February 28, 2011

A Few More Journal Pages

Hello friends!  Well, we made it to the last day of February!    March arrives tomorrow!  Yay!  We have a light dusting of snow on the lawn...but every time I take the Pup out to do her business, I'm eyeballing the yard.....mentally noting all the things I want to do with it.  We did some landscaping/bulb planting in the front of our house last year....but now it's time to work our way around the sides of the house and into the back yard.  Our house's previous owner, bless his heart, really let the "natural" look take over the lawn, but not in a good way.  Ha!  It will be nice to dig in the dirt again!

Here are some more journal pages, from the same book as before.  Thought you might enjoy a peek!

This is a copy of a poem that Lovin' man sent me on Valentine's Day a few years ago.  I had saved it in my Inbox for a long time, and thought it would be good to bring it out into the world.

I scribbled down some notes for a project on the left side....but hated not having any color...so worked it around my notes!  On the right, a cool article a friend gave us about a man building with Legos.  (we love Legos at our house)

More pages with favorite magazine clippings.....

Doodles and more doodles with markers and water soluble crayons......on the right, a snippet from an old Home Companion magazine....remember that mag?  It was my favorite, and I miss it!!!

Loved this pic of a colorful garden stone.  We will have lots of garden stones to decorate in our studio this spring/summer!  Come and make one!!!

More to come very soon.  Hope you all had a restful weekend!  Ta ta for now!


Dyche Designs said...

Love your journal pages, they're a perfect splash of color on an otherwise grey, wet and dark day.

lilylovekin said...

What fun journal pages. The Home Companion was my favorite magazine also, I have them all but treasure them too much to cut them up! Someday because they are full of great images for journal pages.

rosebud101 said...

Amazing! I love what you've done with your journal!

Judy Merrill-Smith said...

"Big happy" - big smile!