Saturday, 19 September 2015

Windows

Hi Everybody!
Happy Weekend!

For Art Journal Journey, through my window, Kim Dellow's show your face and our 49 Faces challenge I made another of my doll's faces. She has been drawn onto an A3 sheet, painted with water colours and Gelatos, stamped and stenciled. The window stamps are from Darkroom Door, the stencils were from my giant EBAY packet. I made this one weeks back and re-discovered it today when looking for something else....








I woke up very early again, but made the best of it by watching the night fade into day:



Venus is still shining bright:



 I enjoyed watching the ships at the Rhine again:






This information might be a little confusing for tourists:


And last but not least, a beautiful stone window at the Basilica:


Have a great day you all, take care,
and thanks a lot for coming by!

30 comments:

  1. You make the BEST doll faces. If I were buying a doll, I would want it to look like that.

    BTW, I LOVE those windows. That must be one special stamp. The windows look so realistic.

    Your sky shots look so moody, and Venus look so close. I've looked for it in my area, but it must be elusive, or I'm not out at the right time.

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  2. Nice page, I like how you incorporated the windows! Lovely stone window.

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  3. Love your face with the crown of windows, and the stone window at the Basilica. Great photos, too. Hugs, Sarah

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  4. Wow.. die Fenster hast Du perfekt zum Gesicht gestellt! Wunderschön! Herrliche Aufnahmen und ich wusste es immer schon..alle Wege führen zur A1---ist doch klar!

    Einen schönen Samstag Liebes!
    oxo
    Susi

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  5. Another fab and fun face! Happy Saturday!

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  6. I immediately thought doll before I read your text. Fab drawing and I love the stencilling for her hair.

    Thanks so much for your visit, lovely to see I wasn't just talking to myself after such a long time of no blogging!!!

    xx

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  7. A beautiful face Valerie, I love how you've used the windows. I am determined to fit in some crafty time today, life seems so busy at the moment, I need to stop and watch the boats drift by! Xx

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  8. Such a sweet dolls face and I love how you used our stencils and the colours you chose; that green is lush :D
    Thank you for your lovely comment on my calendar page; it was fun to do_scribble smoosh, scribble smoosh, Lol. Enjoy your day Valerie {{Hugs}}

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    1. Yes, it's very therapeutic to play with the colours.

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  9. I would have loved a doll with a beautiful face like this , she id lovely. Super photos Valeris, I even have my OH taking a look with me each day.
    Yvonne xx

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  10. Another sweet doll face paired with a perfect quote. The river was very busy on this day, I see--must be very interesting to watch all the boat traffic. Love the stone window!

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    1. There is always a lot of traffic on the river - there's a huge river port a few kilometers down the river, I think they will be coming from there.

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  11. Wow, Brilliant make with that gorgeous face and the use of wonderful colours.xx
    {The Journey Is The Start aNNie my personal blog}

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  12. Happy Weekend Valerie! Your doll face is very beautiful :) The early sky is also gorgeous, you have such wonderful scenery around you. Cheers, Shirleyxx

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  13. You always have such clever faces. She is great. I think your window theme really says something about her...and you have to wonder if the light is getting in or not. And what a gorgeous morning you watched come into being! Hope you are having a good weekend so far! :)

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  14. Hi Valerie, WOW another wonderful design for faces. I love the quote and it is so true.
    Beautiful sky pics and the boats on the water are so interesting and peaceful.
    Have a great weekend. cm

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  15. I'm happy you found this drawing for your journal page today. She is delightful and I like the verse too. The ships do have some unusual names and it is fun to view the variety that travels the Rhine.
    Thanks for the beautiful window shot of the Basicilica. I always look forward to your photos.
    Hugs,
    C

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  16. Another wonderful face and a great idea how you've incorporated the fabulous windows.
    Hugs, Mar

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  17. such a dear face with charming details.
    looks like your life is beautiful through your photos.

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  18. Brilliant face Valerie, such a pretty face and gorgeous photo's as always xx

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  19. What an innovative face and charming too! Gorgeous photos, I especially love the stone window.

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  20. Wonderful face! I always adore your photos.

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  21. This is so cute and quirky; and of course, very artistic. Good job!
    hugs,
    Teresa

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  22. Love your piece - the sweet face, the windows, the quote - all tie together wonderfully.
    Thanks so much for stopping by.

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  23. Pretty fancy windows there, she has three to choose from. Love all your barge like boats on the river. Nice being near a working river, although your boats are prettier than what we see here. xox

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  24. I love your face and the sentiment --- I really need to keep that in mind!!!! Today is Tuesday and as always, I am quite behind!!
    Sandy xx

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  25. Cool windows and your face looks like she is blowing to the wind! xo

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  26. Wonderful! Love how you have used the windows. Thanks for the share, Valeria, and for linking up to Show Your Face and for another shout out too. Kx

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  27. Wow! What great post! I love your face! The photos are of course fabulous! Chrisx

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