Free Fallin’

Free Fallin

The other day I finished one of the loose journal pages I started for the NaNoJouMo challenge, and I wanted to share it here. The background was where I used some left over heavy bodied acrylic paint from the painting my Hubby and I did together, and I thought it would be a great for this page! Then I stenciled in some clouds, drew the skydiver and the airplane separately and pasted them on the page, and stamped the title down the side. Love the background colors so much!! Also love the song πŸ™‚ And skydiving too! My Hubby and I went skydiving when we were fist married and it is amazing!!

Thanks so much for stopping by!!


About kittyisnotamused

I am an eclectic crafter whose hobbies currently include knitting, crochet, making journals, cooking, and quilting, although I have also been addicted to jewelry making, scrapbooking, sewing, and many others. My passion for creating runs a wide gamut and jumps back and forth from new hobbies to old often. I live with my hubby and our 3 pets: 1 grown puppy with the attention span of a goldfish, and 2 lazy chubby kitties. Kitties who, despite my best efforts to gain their enthusiasm, show no interest in what I'm working on except to lay on whatever it is occasionally. The hubby's reactions are better, which is why he gets many handmade items and the kitties only a few, but his reactions are usually confused smiles and nods with "thats great sweety!" The dog shows the most enthusiasm but mostly that translates into her trying to snot and eat whatever I am showing to her... I suppose thats just life tho :) Thanks for stopping in, feel free to leave a comment!
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4 Responses to Free Fallin’

  1. zakryc says:

    That is a really cool journal page I have always liked the song…keep on creating.

  2. Hi there~just to respond to your comment on my blog {thank you for that btw}. your comment didn’t come through on my email, so i thought i would respond to your question on your blog!

    you can use regular acrylic paints, no need for specialty printing inks. but keep a pan of water, and soaking wet old towel handy, so the paint doesn’t dry on the screen; i used all my ‘regular’ acrylics, both fluid, and heavy body on all my prints. just remember that the drying time of acrylics can be very fast, so take care with your screens! i purchased mine from Margaret Applin {}
    EnJOY and thank you so much for coming by the blog. This is a cool page you’ve made, too!!

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