If you've been following along, you know that I have been part of a 23 week He-art Journaling challenge. Each week we get a new theme that we need to use to create our pages with .Well, we're up to week 15! And this time it was about Sticking it to ya!
So, I created a TAPE-stry using my favorite Packing Tape transfer method. I showed you how to do this back in June. After I made my own "stickers", I used washi tape and smash tape to stick it on the pages. This week's assignment was super fun to do!
I transferred images from magazines and catalogs. That full moon on the top is from the HMSA magazine that gets mailed to me.I love the T-shirt saying about being Fun Size! I know a lot of you can relate, LOL!
Love including the Pooh-isms from a catalog, so sweet!It's my TAPE-stry, like Carole King wrote in her famous album title song Tapestry," My life has been a tapestry of rich and royal hue, An everlasting vision of the ever changing view..."
In week 14, we could only use up to 2 colors, two-tone. So, I went for high contrast in black and red. Yes, I believe it...all you need is love!
In week 13, we had to choose our Lucky Number. I had already wrote about my favorite number on a prior week, so this time I wrote it up BIG. Sweet 16!
Week 12, we had to use watercolors or create a similar effect. I have been using watercolors for a lot of my pages because it's so fun to use. So, I created these pages, with two different looks.
One more photo to share. A couple of Saturdays ago, I went to the Nonstop Kakaako event to check out the grindz from all of the food trucks. Besides the food, there was an empty store that they transferred into a huge piece of art for the people. Three walls had these sketches and there was a table of crayons. You grabbed your crayons and colored. It was fun, here's our alien that me and G colored (he had to to do the top, I could barely reach!) But remember, I'm not short, I'm Fun Size!
Thanks for stopping by today and I hope you get to create some He-art this week, too! Happy Crafting!
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