I am sure you have seen some beautiful artwork
Now it is my turn to share my projects for you
My blog post is a special one this time.
It is a memorial to my friend and
colleague Gosia Orszulik,
who died a brutal and unnecessary death
and with these projects I want
to pay tribute to her life.
First I have made some scrap pages
with the few pictures I have of her.
Usually you don't make pictures of
colleagues at work, but when you
play P365 (making a picture every day)
you sometimes do. Now I am glad I have these pictures.
Here the two pages together.
I choose to make ALSB pages 11 & 12
It seems like this kit is just perfect for her
and the sentiments are so appropriate.
I tore of some of the paper to symbolize the
sudden way she died. She was only 32 and had
so much going for her.
This is the card I made for her parents. All the co-workers
have written inside. It is a folded 8,5 x 11 inch piece
of paper folded in half.
The flowers are punched out and the candle is made out
of a woodsie, painted to go with the papers.
This is a poem I typed with the computer and printed out.
As I also always have something with a technique for
you, I made two card with a technique Junkie
technique for you. The technique is called:
Pressed Stains and you find it in the June/July 2013
You need an embossing folder
and a water spritzer.
You ink the embossing folder with two
or three colors of your choice,
spritz a little water on top and
add your paper.
Run the folder through the machine.
You get some beautiful background papers
this way. I added some vintage photo all around
the paper with a blending tool.
For the cards I used 1 taupe 8,5 x 11 inch cut in half
and some panels made out of my pops
(pound of paper that I always have as an extra)
I also used it to stamp the sentiments.
The sentiments are so true and appropriate in this case.
Here the finished cards.
I have been doodleing a little
on the sentiment.
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