September 04, 2017

Deacon Blues


A two-page (large Dylusions) journal page to share with you today, made on a badly needed day off appropriately called Labor Day (a national holiday here in the States).

While working, I listened to a band I haven't tuned into for many years, these songs of my youth, my oldies but goodies; they are called Steely Dan.

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The page was made with paper scraps and stamped tissue paper, some Paper Dolls, and a cut-out from the Wallflower paper stash.




This is the day of the expanding man
That shape is my shade
There where I used to stand
It seems like only yesterday
I gazed through the glass
At ramblers, wild gamblers
That's all in the past

Rest in peace, Walter Becker, this journal page is for you.

6 comments:

  1. Lovely journal page! Love the subdued colors and your composition is mesmerizing! I loved Steely Dan as a teenager, too, and you've brought back some amazing memories of their fabulous tunes!

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  2. Lovely tribute to a great musician!

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  3. Amazing journal pages! They are awesome!

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  4. Love the soft vintage feel, it is beautiful.

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  5. FAb pages, design is perfect and as always I love to read yous story! Barbara

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