Sunday, March 28, 2010

More pages from The Little Red Book (part 6)

Working in a little book definitely has its advantages! Paint seems to dry quicker and the page is filled up quite easily with images, collage papers and stamps. But what I do like most of working in this little book is the freedom of expressing myself.
Normally I work in an altered book with a theme and want to express all kind of related thoughts and ideas about the theme in that one book. Sometimes that takes a bit of thinking and planning. In this Little Red Book there is no story line, no common theme. One page does not have to match the other page. I do not work in one style throughout the book. I just take each page as it comes and do whatever fits my mood. Don't you just love this kind of freedom? Well, I do!

9 comments:

Janet Ghio said...

My favorite kind of book! Whatever strikes your fancy!!

Sandy said...

Hi

I love your book and the colours are phenominal. Thanks for sharing your art.

Sandy

Arteefaque: (är'tə-fākt') * said...

Very creative!

freebird said...

It's a great book. I love what you are doing in it.

TJ said...

Bee-YOU-tiful!! I love the repeat page. Let me repeat: I love the repeat page. I love the repeat page!!! xoxo tj

teri said...

i'm so glad to have found your blog. It's so inspiring!!

maya said...

Je boek wordt heel mooi! Inspirerend om alle mooie foto's op je blog te zien!

Juls~ said...

Hi Jacqueline,

Juls from J*S sending you bigtime hugs!

Love the altered book, that *A* is ultra-cool.

*HANG 10*

{xoxo}

Catherine said...

Your Little Red Book looks fabulous - my fingers want to touch the pages!