Sunday, 3 October 2010

September 365 Challenge

I'm a little late I'm afraid but better late than never eh!  September has an inky feel to it, brushed corduroy background with a script stamp from The Artistic Stamper over the top.
The end of September definitely felt like Autumn was on it's way. I don't know about you but we have been inundated with spiders, they are everywhere and the garden is full of their webs.

The grapes are ripening nicely and it will soon be time to try and make some drinkable wine. Any tips gratefully received.
Moustache? No, they're angel wings all to be revealed soon.

If you like art journaling or you want to learn more visit Sian at From High in the Sky for Octobers pass the book. Leave her a comment and you could be the lucky person who gives the book 'Creative Wildfire' a home for the month. If you're not sure what pass the book is all about find out here

5 comments:

amanda said...

I love your page, Amanda! The script font is delicious ... and I'm fascinated by the circle/cog shapes spilling out of a Sunday and down across the page. Lovely touch!

Sian said...

Thanks for the shout-out Amanda :)

Those wings look very interesting..

thekathrynwheel said...

Ooh well done for keeping up with the 365 challenge. Can you believe we're 3/4 of the way through? Your September pages look fab - very autumnal.
Not too many spiders here, but I did have a toad stuck up the spout of my watering can at the weekend :-) He didn't really want to come out .....

Susie Jefferson said...

Thanks so much for your comment - it just gets worse and worse! So ALL your images have been uploaded from your computer? This really is a security breach.

I've decided I'm moving to WordPress! Did you know you can move your entire blog - and followers!

Wrightboysmum said...

Love September's autummn feel and the script stamp is fab. The moustache goes with the wine perhaps very "Hello Hello". Do you remember that show? P.S I was in Anthropologie in the States and it was amazing. I would have had two dresses but the fitting room queue was the length of the shop so they were not to be.