Friday, 11 November 2011

Two more journal pages inspired by Dina Wakley

Dina taught us to make use of complementary colours (blue and orange in this case), and white space. I have also tried to make my hand writing freer. It's not quite illegible yet, but it's getting there! Dina deliberately uses this as a technique so that others cannot read what she has written.


6 comments:

Cheryl said...

oh hun these are brilliant journal pages,you really have a knack with creating these briliant designs hugs cherylx

Sherry Edwards said...

Fabulous pages Jackie. I really thought your handwriting was another of Dina's text stamps :)

Silvia(Barnie) said...

Two wonderful pages, the first one is my personal favorit.

Dezinaworld said...

Loving the orange and blue and yep i like your handwriting, its fab
hugs June x
ps
Hope all is good with you Jackie

Heavens2Betsy said...

Your pages speak volumes Jackie - I love the idea of loosening your handwriting as a form of disguise. I am very drawn to the bottom of the two and think the questions you ask are fundamental to all of us in every situation. Very thought provoking and very inspiring! I really admire what you are creating here. pen x

Deborah said...

Loving your Dina style. My handwriting is so free it's illegible - sometimes even to me! :-)

Some of my art