Pixels and Paper July Moodboard

I was inspired by the grey and misty tones in the moodboard to create my layout. My grandchildren are playing inside and do have warm clothes on but really it doesn’t get too cold here for very long! Nonetheless it is winter.

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6 thoughts on “Pixels and Paper July Moodboard

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  1. Love how you have framed your paper with the stitching. The colours and layering you have used work really well. The stencilling and spatters of ink give the idea of mistiness.The children both look very happy playing inside. Thank you for playing along at Pixels and Paper. Cheers, Di


  2. Wow, that photograph really pops against the grey/black background. I love the composition and balance you achieved in your layout, and stitching is always a winner for me too 🙂


  3. Such a clever page! I can definitely see where your inspiration came from and I think your layering is divine! To me, the use of the clocks says that time stands still for children when they’re playing, and that’s just beautiful! Thanks for joining us at Pixels and Paper!


    1. Thanks Deb,you are spot on with the meaning of the clocks. I usually do the journalling on the page after they are submitted and for this layout I have referred to the feelings I had when I saw the children playing with their father’s old Lego . It seemed that time had stood still for me too. It seems like yesterday that my kids were playing in the garage with the Lego, not the 35 plus years that it has actually been


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