Monday, September 3, 2012

inspiration monday


have you ever found yourself standing
in front of two doors......






but you can only choose one?






on the surface,  they might look quite the same.....






 but the smallest changes (even with just a word or two),
can create an entirely situation.....







and inspiration will always reward you
when you notice the difference.






:))
(p.s.  now go out and make it happen!)



{this artwork was created in my walls notebook using pitt pens,
derwent watercolor pencils, graphite pencils, white uniball signo pen}




17 comments:

marysza said...

ohh like always amazing pages! don't stop! very very inspiring! :))

Christine said...

Another great creation!!!

Beedeebabee said...

What a great message in your beautiful pages, Lori! It's always so fun visiting here. I really love your artwork, and I always leave feeling so much happier than when I came! xoxo :oD

Kathy, PaperPumpkin said...

Brilliant I say, brilliant. Hello, Lori!! Have a great week!

Kate said...

Love it.

Mary Walker Designs said...

Yes!

wv said...

another great post
the best graffiti!
xXx

Julie S. said...

I love it.

Margaret said...

Fabulous, as always. I just love what you can do with pens and colour. Sigh!!

Margaret xx

ale balanzario said...

love it!!

Alice said...

love this journal and what you are doing with it! i have one, but haven't done anything with it other than look at it and enjoy it :)

Mademoiselle G said...

Very inspiring and positive to start the new week! Thank you :-)

Createology said...

I like to make a wish...which in turn can make it happen. I missed you last Monday as I was away getting older. :o)
Blissful Inspiration Dear...

Frances Traina said...

Your pages look great!

Teresa Mahieu said...

I honestly thought these were storage locker doors. Wow, very impressive.
Tess

Claire Donovan said...

I've had this notebook for about two years now and still haven't used it! I'm ashamed. Still practising my lettering though! I know you use Pitt pens and I'm wondering do they mix with water? Im wanting good ink pens that blend well using water - alisa Burke style. Thank you! x

lori vliegen said...

hi claire! the pitt pens (and microns) are waterproof, so once the mark is on the paper, it's there to stay. when i want to use a marker that bleeds out (like alisa does), i like to use a tombow marker. you can read about them here:
http://www.dickblick.com/products/tombow-dual-brush-pens/?clickTracking=true

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