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Movie Magic Monthly #1: Alice in Wonderland

Welcome, welcome! Today I am sharing the very first challenge for the brand new challenge blog, Movie Magic Monthly. Every month on the 10th, we will have a new movie that we want YOU to create a project for. Make anything you want! A card, a scrapbook page, jewelry, altered art, journal pages, anything, as long as it has something to do with that month's movie. You will have an entire month to play along with us, so you've got plenty of time! What's our first Movie Magic Monthly Challenge??? Alice in Wonderland! I created an art journal page.

My Alice is from Dilly Beans, and those fabulous mushrooms are from Strange Skin. I colored both images with watercolor markers and alcohol markers.

I popped Alice up with foam dots. I thought these two images went so well together, don't you? I used watercolor paints for my background. I also sprayed the soil with a Tsukineko spray. I like how it came out.

My husband found me the perfect quote.
Daisy: "What kind of garden do you come from?"
Alice: "Oh, I don't come from any garden."
Daisy: "Do you suppose she's a wildflower?"
On a side note, Strange Skin has an entire fabulous collection of Wonderland images. You can check out all of their digis HERE. If you are interested in purchasing any of these images, please feel free to email my sister Pam (she's one of the owners/designers of Strange Skin) at pamelajbowman@hotmail.com.
So....would you like to play along? I'm sure you do! Just head on over to the Movie Magic Monthly Blog to not only check out the rules, but to see what the rest of the awesome Design Team has created. Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

DonnaMundinger said…
Fabulous page, Alison, and I love the qute. So happy to join you in this first challenge. Congrats on ANOTHER exciting DT position. xxD
Jenn Borjeson said…
LOVE it, my friend. The quote is awesome, the whole page is just beautiful. xoxo
Jackie Randolph said…
WOW, love your page!!! Your Alice, Mushrooms and quote go so well together!!! Love the look of texture with the soil your ink spray create!! Absolutely a fab display!!
Lea said…
I love this page! So fun! I really like your Alice, guess I will have to go spend some money at Dilly!
Laura B said…
I love your journal page! The soil looks so cool, and I love that she pops out from the page.:)
Ellis said…
Fabulous page you made, the dirt looks perfect and Alice and the mushrooms goes very well together! =)
Hugs, Elenor
I love your page also! And I am extremely happy that I have inspired you to keep going with your journaling!!!
Sharon said…
This is a fantastic journal page Alison - love the images, colours and quote!!

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