I had so much fun creating this! I love the flower head images I've seen at Mischief Circus. For this challenge I had to use only elements and a character from kits I purchased at Mischief Circus. I used pieces from Miles Beyond the Moon kits, Holliewood Studios, and Itkupilli. You can see the other entries here.
I have been way too busy rescuing cats lately. It's very rewarding but exhausting and stressful work. Tonight I decided to play for a little while. I got out an art doll template and a new kit from Mischief Circus and created a little art doll. I put her against a background and added a quote that is inspiring to me right now. I really need to get out and play more often.
Credits for image components: Janet Scott, Jilbert's Bits of Bytes, Far Far Hill, and Miles Beyond the Moon.
This week's challenge at DigiDares was to scrap about what we wanted to be when we grew up. It needed to include a photo of ourselves as a child with an antique frame. There also needed to be torn paper, a paint splatter, and an arrow. I really wanted to be a stewardess when I grew up, but now the politically correct title is "Flight Attendant." I have always loved animals so I used one of my favorite portraits of myself with my cat Punkin. Since my main career was teaching, I included a chalkboard. Now, I am retired from teaching and I rescue cats. The arrow points back at my portrait.
Credits for image components: Allison Pennington, Arizona Girl, Cajoline, Cesstrelle, Crafty Button Design, Creations by Samantha, Fanette Design, Far Far Hill, and Rainbow Designs.
The digidare for this week was to scrap a wedding. We needed to include something old, something new, something blue, and the number representing the years married. I compiled a page with vintage style images representing 50 years of marriage.