Sometimes I get so wrapped up in writing up the challenge blog that I forget about my own post! LOL So I hope this isn’t coming up to late. ;D This week’s challenge at Little Miss Muffet Stamps is to use Multiple Images! We want to see what you can create with more than one image not including sentiments.

I created this journal page with all four of The HattersMelba Flora Hatter, Iris May Hatter,

Peggy Sue Hatter and Linda Lee Hatter.
I hadn’t planned it this way but it was nice that all four were printed out the same size and small enough to fit on the page. ;D I eve got to use some of my new papers, chippies, pearls and even some forgotten Magic Mesh.

I don’t remember if this is part of my first journal or my second one but the point it… they’re so much fun that I’m on my second book! The pages are super thick watercolor paper and there are 22 pages per journal. The first book I did over half then gave it to a friend to finish it up the remaining few pages. (Hint hint Zoe!!)

I’d like to enter this into the following challenges:

Ruby’s Rainbow Challenges #10 – stitching

Stampavie & more Challenge #149 – Girlie

Creative Craft Challenge – Anything but a card

My Time to Craft Challenge #153 – G is for girlie

Try it on Tuesday – Anything goes

18 thoughts on “Hatters

  1. my goodness!this is a real work of art!awesome creation!Thanks so much for playing along with us at Ruby’s Rainbow Challenge! hugs and kisses from germany,silvi xoxo


  2. Fantastic journal, love the images they are just sooooo gorgeous. Thanks for sharing this beautiful project with us at MTTC this week.Pat xx


  3. AWESOME. Do I need to mention your colouring – I shouldn't, you must know by now that you rock!Love the mesh you used too and the pearls. You have a way of laying things randomly, that don't look random at all, they look balanced. Good eye I guess. Great idea for your friend, she must be a scrapper too. I have been casing the dollar store looking for a \”right\” size journal for myself. I am sitting on a huge stash of card, journaling might be a great break from that.


  4. What a gorgeous scene, Barbara! The hatters look fantastic together and your colouring is so beautiful (sigh:)!)! I love your embelllishments and really, I do love the idea of journals… Hugs Delphine xx


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