Art journal page: Lot of happiness

Hi and welcome to my blog!

1.5 years have passed since I wrote my last post. No specific reason for the silence; work life has just been quite hectic including a lot of travelling, and during the evenings and weekends at home I was not able to allocate enough time for staying online. When time was short, I chose to spend the 'me time moments' at my crafting table creating new projects instead of blogging about them. So that's why you haven't heard from me in a while.

This exceptional spring has cut down the business travels and during the weeks at home I started thinking that it was time to wake up my blog again. Before the offline period I gave the blog a new look and feel, and now I'm excited to continue working on that transition in the coming weeks. And with great exitement I'm sharing with you this new post!

For this art journal page I used a patterned paper I had made a long time ago: In October 2018 Louise Nelson was teaching in Egersund, Norway, and I had the pleasure to participate in the creative weekend and take her workshops. The background page is a simple mark making scribble, but it worked well with the cute girly digi stamp image by Vera Lane!

"You can never have too much happy". I could not agree more!

Thanks for stopping by. How wonderful to see you here!


  1. Welcome the Vera Lane image . It looks great on that background.