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Monday, November 9, 2009

Teesha Moore Inspired Journal Page


So... after following along the conversation on Blissfully Art Journaling I went to the Teesha Moore Website and watched her recent video postings on how to create her fabulous art journaling pages. Her videos are easy to follow and she gives very clear directions and tips as well as revealing which products she likes the best. From watching these videos I was able to create this page and had a great time doing it!
I always wondered how she created her beautiful pages so full of bright colors. Now everyone can know. I highly recommend checking this out! She did a great job! More video tutorials are coming on how she does her lettering! I can't wait!
Happy Creating Everyone!


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10 comments:

LisaC said...

Hey Kelly, you did a great job! Aren't those tutorials great? I'm madly cutting out images... hopefully I can put something together as nice as yours!
Lisa

lilasvb said...

like your pict

Lisa said...

You did a great job with this. I love how you journaled about the experience.

freebird said...

Oh I went and checked it out and now I've got to try one of these pages too. I'm behind on everything so it might be a while though. Your page looks terrific. I think there ought to be a "Teesha Moore inspired" folder over at BAJ to post these on!

Tammy Freiborg said...

Delightful "a la Teesha" page. All she needs is some drumsticks and she'll be dancing to the beat of her own drum!

Creative Mish said...

OH! I really love this Kelly! Great job!

Toni said...

Absolutely lovely, Kelly! I love it. I love the tutorials myself. I had a lot of fun w/ the two pages I did. I don't think she expected them to fly through the blogosphere like they did! :) xo.
-Toni

Toni said...

P.S. I love the song on your page.

fromthepines said...

Hey Kelly this is great! I love how you used a clock as a body and her arms and her boots! Isn't is addictive?

I just have to make more and more....

Cheryl

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