Hello! Today, I am sharing this Gothic Arch made with digital papers, ephemera, and collage images. A little bit of stickles along the edges too! When I don’t have time to create much of anything, the Gothic Arch is always my go to for some reason.
Hello! It is a cold and wintery day here in Michigan. I finished up a little Gothic Arch to share (yes, I have been on a real kick with them) today. One reason I have been making arches so often is they can be done (photographing, text, and stickles too) usually in 1.5 hours. That is often the amount of time I get to create as of late.
I hope you are all staying well during these uncertain times. Christmas and the Holiday Season sure will be different this year, perhaps it will allow us to reflect on the truly important things in life and be grateful for them.
Stay well my friends!
Sharing this little Christmas Gothic Arch tonight. I loved her little red outfit and hood and felt she was perfect to use. Various ephemera (old ticket, postage stamps, and stamped Santa stamp, washi tape, Tim Holtz papers, buttons, tag, and stickles.
How much more do you have to get done for Christmas? Just a few more gifts and baking here. I hope you are enjoying the season!
I had a little creative time the other day, so I created a December Journal page in my Traveler’s Notebook (Midori Style). This is a combination of Tim Holtz papers, old Sugar Lump Studios Christmas stamps (snowflakes), vintage collage images, music tags, washi tapes, and ephemera.
I was asked on my Instagram if my pages ever have handwriting on them. Yes, they do. But, I rarely show them because of my handwriting post-stroke. I really despise it.
I hope you are all stay safe and well and enjoying the Christmas and Holiday season.