Sunday, March 8, 2009

The Sheriff of wonder, beauty and all things marvelous.

Paula has decided that we should be the sheriffs of wonder, beauty and all things marvelous. I think I am up for the job and here is proof from the last week. I learned how to do transfers on all kinds things including glass, safety envelopes, dictionary pages and weird paper, pretty much anything that didn't move. I slathered myself in wabi sabi and slapped paper on paper and started some journal pages. Saw sunset in a tree and of course, that marvelous moon dance.





On another note, I thought about participating in Seth's disintegration project but the way the wind has been blowing here, someone in Arizona, California, even Hawaii or maybe Mexico would have to be the ones to document the final post in May! Ah...spring in New Mexico...

7 comments:

J ..de Santa Fe said...

Lucky girl .. . I so want to learn to do transfers! Those journal pages look fab. You are so right about the wind and the Seth project ... . . my little bundle is getting quite tossed about and a bit dusty - but without any moisture, there's nothing else happening in the way of interesting decay.
You and Paula should come up with some wondrous Sheriffs badges ---- JJjjj

paris parfait said...

It's so unpredictable, isn't it??!! As for the photos and the art, all are wonderful! I quite like Paula's idea. xoxox

Raesha D said...

So i totally love the beatles page:) but you already knew I would:):):) we have to get together soon...i'm not really doing the atc trades anymore. too much other stuff going on. but i miss hanging out with all my sweet artsy friends!

Christina said...

These journals are glorious! Did I ever tell you that paper, is a huge love of my life? : )

Stephanie said...

Fantastic pages!!!! I mUST try transfers, why do I shy away?

and I soooo understand about the wind, you may be seeing my disintegration flags flying by one day soon...

moongipsies said...

Your journal pages kick butt ! And your transfers are marvelous.
Love ya

Paula Scott said...

Ah, what a beautiful sunset! We were photographing the full moon (lright it was 99%) last night and I think we finally figured out how to set our cameras up for it! Will try to post it!
But the sliver of moon and the planet (Jupiter?) I saw two Friday nights ago and tried to photograph it on the fly. I have a blurrier version of yours! But, wasn't it neato?