Tuesday, July 23, 2019

AASJ7: Sharon's Pages in Pam's "Haiku" Journal

Hi Everyone!
Here are my pages in Pam's "Haiku" Journal!
I have to say I was a little apprehensive about this "theme" as I really wasn't sure about writing a Haiku but I had some brand new stamps from a US Design Team I am on and the idea popped into my head and the "Haiku" verse just popped into my head to match the stamped/collage images I wanted to create LOL!
I used paper doll collage elements by Art Tea Life - you know by now this is my fav store - I always feel inspired and creative when I'm working with these elements along with the fab new rubber stamps by Blank Page Muse "Vintage Scents Perfume" set.
I started adding a layer of gesso to the page backgrounds and then added strips of scrap papers, tissue papers, book pages etc.
I added yellow, pink & white paint to the pages with a sponge.
I stamped one of the perfume bottles from the set over the lower half of the pages - then I added white gesso through a stencil to add some interest to the top and bottom of the pages.
I used little alphabet stamps to "write" the Haiku verse and added the wording and collage gals plus muslin cloth and diamantes to finish the page!
scent of a woman
capture the perfumed fragrance
does it make you sneeze

Pam I hope you enjoy my pages!


  1. So clever Sharon! Well done. ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ’›

  2. very whimsical; I love it. Well done with haiku. I don't think my own talents are anywhere good enough to compose one myself. Well done ๐Ÿฅ‡

    1. Of course you can. Just remember the first and last line are 5 syllables and the second is seven.

  3. Sharon I love it!! Well done composing the haiku to go with it.

  4. I love your haiku and your gorgeous pages Sharon :)

  5. Quirky and stunning...fabulous images working well with the Haiku Sharon. xox

  6. I love everything about your spread Sharon๐Ÿ’—❤๐Ÿ’—

  7. Love it Sharon Super Quirky !!!!! so clever xx

  8. So groovy! Love your fab use of colour and layers :) Looks fantastic!


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