Finding Tranquillity

One of the the pages for the book swap I found the hardest to do was Tranquillity.  I certainly wasn’t tranquil whilst making it!@  The irony is not lost on me! lol

Toad & Magic

Lots of distress inks in various shades of blue, some Tim Holtz Toad & Magicstamps for the background.  The focal image is one of Neil Walker’s and I used a hidden pocket technique I learned from him that the next picture shows.  The sentiment is ‘Until you find it in yourself, it is pointless to look for tranquillity elsewhere.’ The little tag says TRANQUILLITY.


The stamps, distress inks, archival inks, and greyboard page that forms the base are from That Craft Place.

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9 thoughts on “Finding Tranquillity

  1. This is fabulous! I love the image and sentiment.
    Linda xxx

  2. Such a unique card, I love the subtle flowers and butterfly in the background!! Thank you so much for joining us at Anything But Cute for our ‘Vintage Garden’ challenge! Hugs, Pamellia DT 🙂

  3. Love the background with the stamping and the vellum panel with such an inspiring quote. Thanks for joining us at Anything But Cute.

  4. Love that subtle background with butterfly and flowers 🙂 Thank you for joining Vintage Garden at Anything But Cute!
    Samra DT

  5. I do like how you’ve built up that mysterious background!! The flowers and butterfly peeking through!! Thanks for playing along at Anything But Cute xx

  6. I really, really like your creation! It is truly magical! Fantastic! Thanks for joining us at the Dream Factory Challenge Blog!


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