Sunday, October 21, 2012

Oh No!

This is my rendering of the second Fall Fearless and Fly challenge.
These were the prompts to choose from
and maybe you can tell from looking at the black page that I chose #1 & #2!
It is hard to use black to start with!
Headline Prompt: Taking a Chance: When did you take a chance or a leap of faith? How did it turn out? What did you learn?
Color Prompt: What color do you like least? Use it!
Quote Prompt: "Don't refuse to go on an occasional wild goose chase -- that's what wild geese are for." Anonymous
Go over to Artists in Blogland to see all the entries:

 I started out really pondering over all the risks I take,
and all the chances I take...
then I started thinking of all the risks I passed on because I was afraid...
all the times I said no.
Well my advice is don't do that.
Don't go there.
Don't dwell on what Could Be.
Dwell on the Here and Now.
It's all about Choice. 

 I found this Dick Van Dyke photo in a newspaper article this fall.
My gosh I love that guy!
And his facial expression is just classic!
Thats what I got this week.
Have a great one!
And No Regrets!


  1. What a fabulous spread. I love Dick Van Dyke too -- terrific picture of a talented actor. I love what you wrote too. Just perfect. Thank you for joining FF&F with this wonderful entry.

  2. Love this Janet! Such a great journal page and message. And OMG I love Dick Van Dyke! One of my favorite actors! I hope you have a wonderful week!!! Hugs!

  3. Magnificent! This spread is so happy and uplifting- reminding us to take that chance! He is one amazing comedian and actor with a face that can tell entire stories with just one look! So glad you shared this with Fall Fearless and Fly!

  4. LOVE Dick Van Dyke, and LOVE your art journal spread!.. Oh, and I definitely like the message too! ~tina

  5. The colours in this are gorgeous against the dark background. It really makes them pop. And the words are so true - let's always choose to be better rather than bitter!

  6. I love this.... the colours, the image and especially the words. Great advice!


  7. Totally fabulous journal page. :) Love the frame. It pulls everything together.

  8. what a brilliant page, i really love this! x

  9. i LOVE this page-- and Dick Van Dyke!-- and can really relate to what you're saying about woulda coulda shoulda!