I'm not here. I'm brought to you today via a scheduled post. You'll see why this particualr fact is ironic in a moment ...
As I've been off work for a fortnight I managed to complete Week 12 of the UKStampers' Art Journal Challenge almost immediately. Not only did I have an idea of what it was I wanted to do ... I actually had the time to do it!
The prompt this week was 'Home' and what it means to you - and here's my response:
The first thing that occurred to me was that home is my 'port in a storm' ... and with that thought I'd suddenly found the perfect use for a stamped image of a lighthouse from when I'd borrowed the stamp from a friend a few weeks back:
And then my mind went from 'port in a storm' to 'storm in tea-cup' to 'port-in-a-storm-in-tea cup' and then suddenly I also had a use for a digi-image of a tea-cup I'd had since the Alice in Wonderland themed weekend too!
We had to include a picture of a house on our pages too, which I found on a postage stamp [even though I don't live in Vietnam!]:
There's some of the usual stenciling through sequin-waste and then finally, while the spray ink was still wet I scooped up a few grains of Brusho on to a paintbrush and rather than wet them and create a wash with them , I simply just sprinkled them onto the page and let them disperse however they chose: