Thursday, 23 September 2021

Blog Along With Effy Post 23

 

Once again Effy is doing a month-long Blog Challenge on Facebook.

My first picture today is the Queen Victoria Market in Melbourne. Unfortunately we cannot visit it at the moment as it is more than 10 k away - but it is still open despite the Covid restrictions - for essential produce. About 5 years ago we were visiting Australia from the UK - and I bought a jumper in the market. We returned to the Uk and I wore it to go in a local Interiors shop. I blended into the decor!!


Today was a beautiful day - so once again we met our daughter for a picnic...


Kevin was just about to eat a boiled egg, forgetting that he had a mask on!


It was warm enough for a paddle...



As regards crafting - I finished two journal pages.
The first one involved some images from Michelle Grant Designs. I used shimmery water colour paint to add colour and the background is a Gelli plate pull.


The second one also uses a Gelli pull background. The sentiment is one of my favourite quotations and the image is the freebie from the Gecko Galz Monthly challenge.



Happy Crafting!




4 comments:

  1. I'm jealous of your beach day! Makes me feel like running away to the Mediterranean this weekend. :)

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  2. I love how you blended in with the painting. I love the beach pictures and your journals.

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  3. Ah I loved Melbourne when I visited it in 2012.
    You've made me want to go to the beach now, but the north Atlantic is likely to be a tad cooler!

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  4. Of course I meant the North sea... Ha ha I'm in UK ๐Ÿ˜‚

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