Thursday, February 24, 2011

return on creativity: art museum scrapbook page


This day I strolled an art gallery with my camera holstered; not worrying if my flash was turned off or if I was blocking another's view.

Then I visited the museum gift shop and bought post cards of the paintings I didn't want to forget.



This scrapbook page commemorates my visit to the National Gallery in London.  My sister said the circles look like psychedelic olives.  She might be right.


I created a pocket on the page to stash my postcards in.  I punched a hole in each card and tied on some decorative twine to make it easier to pull out each card for studying.

5 comments:

Karla at Home said...

Thank you leaving a comment about my chair slipcover project. I enjoy your blog.

Jamie said...

What an awesome album. I love the pockets you added to hold the postcards. You have such a wonderful blog. I decided to award you with The Versatile Award. Hop on over to my blog to claim your prize. http://diyhshp.blogspot.com

Debra said...

I love this! What a great idea. Love the pocket, I wish I had thought of the postcard idea when I was in London.

Step inside my home said...

Darling idea! The pocket for your postcards is perfect! How neat to attache each to a piece of twine. Isn't London a great place to visit? ~ Susie

SJ @ Homemaker On A Dime said...

That's good you are able to provide a home for your postcards and psychedelic circles :) and I agree, those linky parties helped me meet other bloggers I wouldn't have normally interacted with. Now, many of them have become good friends :)

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