Thursday, August 28, 2014

Alas, poor Yorick! and a Flower Fairy update . . .

I've been creating layouts in a small art journal I stitched up a while back, and have a Halloween-ish one to share with you today:

Alas, poor Yorick!  I knew him, Horatio . . .
Okay, maybe it's more literary-ish than Halloween-ish, but that Sin City skull stamp immediately brought Hamlet to mind, and hey, that  is a pretty creepy story . . . an Altered Pages Shakespeare image, some spritzy black Dylusions, a black jewel, and crayons pretty much do it for this layout.

Want to see a couple more layouts from The Flower Fairy Alphabetica?  I've been adding to it bit by bit:

Thank you for stopping by, and Happy Thursday!


  1. Spooky fun art journal page!!! Love it and the fairy pages too! Awesome job!

  2. love your books. the fairies are fabulous and such a wonderful idea to use those great images. Okay, Z for zinnia
    but what about X?

    1. I think X might be one that doesn't officially have a flower--for several of them, it's two letters to one square . . . hey, don't look at me, I didn't make the list! ;)

  3. Your little books are always so enchanting Trisha, I love them both. xx

  4. I love your book pages. Shakespeare is a wonderful source for inspiration, and the little fairies are just darling!

  5. Lovely pages in your books Trisha! That fairy book is just darling!

  6. I like the Flower Fairy book♥

  7. Love looking at each page in your book. You always have such creative pages!

  8. both projects are expertly done and most impressive and inspiring! xo

  9. Love the bitty fairies book! Who doesn't think of Hamlet when they see a scull? ;)