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Monday, 1 January 2018

Calendar ready!

Happy New Year everyone! I'm wishing that the year brings new hope for you!
I have made my January Calendar page in a new sketch book - a change from my usual make but still the same A4 size - used as a double spread.
I started by scribbling some Neocolours II water soluble crayons over the whole spread and blending with a water brush then stamping my lovely Crafty Individuals background stamp using different Distress Inks
Once I had added the month stamped with new TH sponge letters and the journal strips, I stamped Tracy Easson's gorgeous hares(I am really loving these at the moment) and then restamped, coloured and cut them out so that the features would show. I added some Carabelle Studio stars outlined in silver pen for them to look at!
Here is December all filled in - feel free to click on the photo to read!
I apologise for the poor lighting - it went very dark quite early today as it started raining! December was taken in what natural light was left and January with the aid of hubby's phone (again!)

I will be back later to join Bleubeard and Elizabeth for T Stands for Tuesday with a drink related post and a look back too!

Thanks for looking, Chris



5 comments:

froebelsternchen Susi said...

Great - both look fantastic !I love the January - it's extraordinary beautiful!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I LOVE those gorgeous hares you used for January. The colors are perfect, too. You put my calendar pages to shame. Yours are amazing.

Linda Kunsman said...

Fabulous calendar pages! Love your stamp choices to add some whimsy to the pages-love the hare one especially:)

Mrs.B said...

Happy New Year, this is a lovely January page Chris, gorgeous colours - looks like you had a very busy December!
Avril xx

Tracey@Hotchpotchcreations said...

Super January Calendar page Chris, I love the effects you can achieve with neocolours and you have used Tracy's delightful hare's again!!
I'm sure you will thoroughly enjoy filling your calendar in!!
Happy New Year Chris, wishing you lots of magical creativity in 2018.
Tracey xx