Snail Mail | Dossier Challenge Part 2

9.17.2014

The 2 pages I decorated for the dossier I mentioned in my previous post {here} were done in a mix of bright colors and layers. I applied Montana Gold spray paint to the pages which I initially bought for a woodworking project I have on the side. I decided to try it on the paper to add color, it worked.





The kokeshi doll was a collage I compiled digitally then printed on my inkjet, cut out by hand, and glued to the page.
I later filled out my pages with my answers to the question asked: What are your guilty pleasures?
To answer it partially here (because I had many), one of them happens to be magazines. And I mean printed magazines out of paper. Shame on me I should be saving a tree and reading them digitally, but I can't help the feel of turning a page made of paper. Thus it is my guilty pleasure. I love everything from Somerset Life by Stampington & Company to Mollie Makes, Martha Stewart Weddings to Harper's Bazaar, Mental Floss to Mother Earth News, and don't get me going on international magazines... I wish I could get my hands on Family Living from Stockholm, hej future snail mail friend in Sweden wanna do a magazine exchange?..he he.



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10 comments :

  1. So lovely, Merissa! I really like the spray paint effect you used. :) Thanks for adding me on IG btw! xo

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    1. Thank you Sarah :) it was really fun to do. I think I'll try my hand again at more journaling/ scrapbooking type paper crafting for sure. x

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  2. Delightful! Thanks for sharing :)

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  3. Very fun combo of colors!

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    1. Thanks Shelby! I loved yours too ;)

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  5. The spray. Paint is super gorgeous Merissa, great idea.

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    1. Thanks Kelly. I'm so addicted to those spray paints...I need MORE ahhhhhhh!

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