Days decrease…

 Dawn’s October Journal Journey challenge theme is “Nature & Autumn”…

she also suggested using a “stencil” somewhere on our pages…

I chose these already paint scraped pages in my “How it Works” Encyclopedia Volume 13 to play with…

happy to finally find a use for the man stencil I’ve had since forever and never ever used
I also had one of my Citra Solv tissue paper transfers on hand which I really liked for my right hand page…

some stamping with my new juicy VersaFine ink pad
with a little journaling on the left page…
a piece of open patterned paper used as a stencil helped unify the pages…

“Days decrease, And autumn grows, autumn in everything.” ~Robert Browning

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29 responses to “Days decrease…

  1. OMG really really cool Patty.
    The colors and stamps rock.
    Stunning pages.

    Have a lovely sunday my sweet friend. xoxo

  2. nice pages, dear Patty!! happy weekend to you!

  3. Patty! Oh; the talent you are! This journal spread is awesome! I love your stenciling with this – that citra solv transfer is perfect! I’m in love with this! xxoo

  4. this is amazing Patty, that x-ray hand does make it ‘creepy’ (in a good way), your citra-solv transfers are superb. You are so smart using open patterned paper as a stencil, cool!

  5. The colors and design are amazing! Love your beautiful book! Wish I could come over and play with you and create all day! Happy Sunday!

  6. Hey Patty! This is awesome!

  7. yes,,,,hey Patty….wow!! The perfect layout for Halloween…and love your stencil fun too!

  8. Fantastic!!! What a wonderful layout for your book! Have a beautiful Sunday and a blessed Autumn!

  9. Soooooooo cool! Maybe this week I’ll have a chance to play with my Citra Solv that you inspired me to buy….

  10. Love the man stencil… and the whole two pages! Very creative.

  11. Wow, wonderful pages, love the colors. Hope you’ve enjoyed the weekend.

  12. Fabulous pages and colors Patty! Your Citra Solv transfers are wonderful.

  13. Blue & green should never be seen…

    Unless Patty is combining them on a page, where they work very well :)

    x

  14. love it – especially the “days decrese” decree! I have got to get some citrasolv and play!!!!!!

  15. Loved the quote from Robert Browning. Love your Fall colors here too.

  16. I L-O-V-E, love your pages!!! Amazing!!! :)

  17. Hi Patty! Your pages are fabulous & so inspiring! Love the man stencil &, the way you used it is brilliant!
    Alison x

  18. Oooooh, I like, i like! I gotta find some Citrasolve! That is a great double page, Patty!!! Kinda Halloweenie!!!
    Hugs,
    Suz…who is wishing she was back on vacation!

  19. glad you pulled out the old stencil!! fabulous spread. the woman ghost looks amazing … perfect for the upcoming misty days. although i was in an outdoor pool on saturday and got a nice sunburn, how crazy is that? it’s been too lovely here during the past days. clouds are already here though. and my halloween deco is starting to show up! i’m so out of the loop that i never even heard of citra solv etc. duh! ;)

  20. Oh WOW!!! this is incredible Patty! Beautiful work x

  21. I haven’t used stencils in a while. They’re fun aren’t they?

  22. gorgeous pages…wonderful texture, love the color and techniques! just love that ‘bony’ hand on the end of the man’s arm! this book looks quite large…wondering what the dimensions are? thanks for sharing…

  23. ok, went back and checked out the post about starting this journal and saw the dimensions. an encyclopedia. hmmmm. wonderful idea! so cool…

  24. I really do love looking at your creations Patty.. Your journalling is amazing!!. Love what you have done with the stencil and the background is fab!!
    Jan x

  25. It’s amazing!!

  26. Lovely! Love those rich golds. I have the citrasolv method on my “to do list.”

  27. Fabulous and inspiring as ever! Love everything about these pages :-)

  28. oooh fabulouse, love that spooky hand and the colors are divine….

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