This is about self-confidence, something I’ve struggled with for a lot of my life. I have to say it has got easier as I’ve got older and this is a reminder to myself, that actually, I am OK, some of the things I do are pretty good and have value. I need to stop listening to the negative voices and start paying attention to the positive ones.
The base for this spread is gesso which I textured and made waves in, with the wrong end of a paintbrush, then there are layers of acrylic paint and scrapbook paper, gesso’d and painted over again. The star and letter stamps were cheap foam stamps, I wanted the lettering to look big and bold, but it was far too black after I had done it so I cut out some more scrapbook paper to accent and tone down the letters, then I tore some handmade (not by me) transculent paper and stuck over the top of parts of the spread. I coloured in some of the areas with Inktense water colour to just give some highlights too.
Right now I am really busy, my history group has it’s AGM this coming Saturday and I have to give the annual report on the many activities and successes we have had in the past year, so there’s a bit of preparation to do for that. Also I am going to visit a friend in LA in a week’s time, and I have to get packed and ready for that trip too. I have prepared a little travel journal to take with me so hopefully when I get back I will have filled it with doodles, journaling and interesting stuff I’ve collected on the way.
I hope you are all doing fine and shining like the stars you are too.