And in the beginning there was Baby!

For fun, another image transfer – I fell in love with the cute baby face and transferred it to my Khadi journal, over the top of some watercolour splash-work, which might have otherwise ended up as flowers. Slightly enhanced with watercolour paint around the image and a little fun with the azalea brush on Photoshop, the journalling reads:

“And in the beginning there was Baby! Innocent. Beauty spot or Birthmark? Cherub’s smile… xo ♥”

I realise Baby looks a bit tatty and grubby, but I really like the flowery headband and the imperfect transfer effect!! Liberating is imperfection!! 😉

For the Three Muses – Words – this week!

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10 Comments

  1. I wondered what you had been up to, Rosie, what fun learning new techniques and enhancing your skills! This is a beauty, love the effects on such a sweet face!

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  2. Oh this is just lovely, Rosie! And, yes, imperfection is liberating!

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  3. this turned out FANTASTIC!!

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  4. Wow, that’s wonderful.

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  5. Fantastic colors that just light up this little face- so beautifully done Rosie!

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  6. Kaylene

     /  September 7, 2011

    wonderful mixture in your image, but very appealing.

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  7. What a sweet face! I love the headband also, and I find this piece entirely beautiful and charming, not tatty or grubby at all! Gorgeous background, too!

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  8. Taluula

     /  September 8, 2011

    Tatty, grubby ….. nah, it’s perfect, especially the imperfections of transfer. I’m loving your latest endeavours with transfers and digi, Miss Rosie. I so wish we lived nearer together, you could teach me so much. Kudos for this gorgeous piece.

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  9. Hi Rosie,

    Thank you very much for your comment on my blog. My blog was totally buried for a long time since I have been occupied with many stuff :O
    Stamps are awesome! The baby looks perfectly mixed with stamps. I love those messy effects and I love your other journal pages as well 🙂

    Love,
    Shwe

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