Thursday, July 15, 2010

Now Faith...

This is in the messy scratch journal where I put the paint that is left over from the pallet. The lettering is with a micron and the heart and stars were an afterthought created in Photoshop. This little scratch journal has some little creations in it that I like because for some reason there is no pressure in this journal. I should name all my journals scratch journals.

15 comments:

Buffy said...

Thats a great idea,to use a journal for all your leftover paint. This page is gorgeous!

jgr said...

Beautiful! I love the colors!

PaperPumpkin said...

Beautiful colors! I do love your Scratch Journals, Martha!

Bretta said...

I really love this page, not just the art, but the scripture was just what I needed to hear and made my heart swell with hopefulness. Thank you :o)

DJ said...

After a rough day, I needed to read those words.
Thanks ~

Julie Bagamary said...

OOO I like this a lot.

Createology said...

This page is so beautiful! The colors are dreamy. Happy creating...

Gifts of Creation said...

wow Martha, as always you are so inspiring!!

Erin Butson said...

I love all of your journals, but especially Hebrews 11:1. love the colors + the font.

LeeAnn@Encouragement Is Contagious said...

It's such a pretty page. Your left over paint scratches are just as amazing as everything else you create.

...and I love that verse which reminds us their is always hope through faith.

freebird said...

Okay, I've heard people say they add this or that with photoshop. Does this mean your actual page doesn't have the heart and stars? Or is your page a copy of the painted pages? I don't understand how it goes into Photoshop to end up on a journal page.

It's really pretty. I love the page. I don't understand what the page is at the end though.

Anonymous said...

So very lovely, and I just needed to read those words, right scripture at the right ime ans so beautifully presented.
Thank you
Judith
New Zealand

Beedeebabee said...

Gosh, this page is so pretty! You know, Martha...It always looks like you just reached up to a beautiful rainbow to fetch the colors you combine in your artwork. They are always so wonderful! xo Paulette

Cynthia Robinson said...

I love this blog and look forward to posting. Beautiful art work presented in your blog.

EsteeDarla said...

Do you sale that heart

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