Artists generally use photos when they are creating a scrapbook layout. Art journalists generally use images when creating a journal page. But, the two techniques are not mutually exclusive! In the case of today's post, I have taken a "sepia" photo and further aged it by applying distress ink (Antique Linen) to the torn edges, then "pushing" the color onto the photo itself.
Although I am 100% pleased with the finished page, the fun in creating this particular journal page was working with a photo of my daughter's friend Lorie and her son Maddox, and in the process of collecting elements and arranging them on my page, while allowing this beautiful photograph to command center stage. Take a look:
Thanks for stopping by today. That, in addition to your comments, makes me happy!
Joy to you!