Thursday, 24 January 2013

Celtic Princess

The prompt at  Art - Journal  - Journey, this month is crown.  I have been working on this page for a while and when I saw the prompt I just knew I had to add a crown, albeit a small one.  Has to be as she would get it entangled in the branches, as she is a bit of a woodland dweller.

I used watercolours and two stamps - the Celtic knot and handwriting stamps.

While the next is strictly speaking not a journal page, it is in my journal as the drawing started off as a doodle, when I thinking of what type of illustration I needed for a story I am writing about a young Cat Prince called Ambrose (see my post for Sunday Sketches).  As you can see they all are wearing crowns! 

These two are Prince Ambrose parents – the King and Queen of a faraway island called Ambrosia.

Have a great rest of month creating journal pages everyone, and thanks for visiting,


  1. Hi Sharon, Your projects are always SO beautiful. I really hope that you will stop by and share more of your art with us this week. You can enter up to 5 projects per week, and I'd just LOVE to see it all shared it with us. It's always SO beautiful.

    By the way, you were selected as a Top 3 winner for last week's challenge. Could you please email me so that I can send you the Top 3 badge for your blog. Thanks so much - my email is on the WAW blog.

    Thanks again for sharing with us, and I hope to see you again real soon. Have a blessed week. And......praise God on your baptism - I'd love to see pictures. Praising God for this beautiful new chapter in your life.

    Word Art Wednesday

  2. love your wonderland and the both beauties are so relaxed and calm...I love that :)

  3. Oh wow... I love both! AMAZING... her face is such a soft beautiful look..and the second obne is fun and beautiful in one!
    Thank you for participation in ART-JOURNAL-JOURNEY

    xxx frobelsternchen Susi

  4. What a beauty in the first journal page. I love the colors and background. The cats with crowns made me smile! Have a fun week!