|My new GPCC Moleskine|
The Green Paper Collage Club (I'll call it GPCC) is up and running, and I've got the first 3 pages to show you. I started a new Moleskine book in honour of this special occasion, and I'll only complete GPCC work in it.
|The Daily Army of Workers|
The Daily Army of Workers: Now, not much to see here you may be thinking?! Exactly! This exercise was all about bringing out the background, to allow its own beauty and interest to shine out. Rather than it being, well, such a background. I found the busiest background I could find for this exercise, a wonderful image in an old book, called The Daily Army of Workers. In the complete original there's pretty much every worker depicted (of wartime/postwar Britain anyway). I selected a couple of old stamps for their colour only.
|How a Plant Grows|
How a Plant Grows: This double page spread was again to showcase the background. The floral background on the left was taken from an old tatty Ladybird book, and the page on the right was torn from an old nature book. The additions are few and selected to enhance rather than to cover.
The background papers are an old World map and ledger page.
So there you have the first 3 pages in my Moleskine. I'm already really enjoying this club, and look forward to Mary's new email plopping into my inbox every other Sunday. Click on the GPCC button on my sidebar if you think you might fancy joining in. You can pay monthly so you only pay for the months you'll be playing.