These are a few of the backgrounds I made which I used to make several things. I also used this technique to make the background for my July calendar pages. I totally did something different this time around regarding the calendar, and it takes me a bit of getting used to since I drew free form instead of cutting shapes for my calendar like I usually do. And while I see room for improvement, I am glad I dared to experiment. This is the result:
For more calendar pages, please visit The Kathryn Wheel :) I will also share a bookmark that I made and a page that I filled for the Round Robin Project. I used a Jip and Janneke card which I found very fitting for the background.
I really loved playing with bubbles and it will be a technique that I will be using more often. I like it especially for the bookmarks. Luckily I made a few backgrounds in one go, so I have more to experiment with :) I hope I tickled your curiosity with this and if you want to participate in the Summer Camp, it is open till the 15th of August, so come and play ;)