This girl is climbing the steps of life with doubt about her future. I think we've all been there.
I used two Gelli printed pages - the blue wavy background with copper arrows, and the creamy paper with "bricks" and other stenciled layers. On the blue background, I stenciled brown and aqua hexagons using Caran d'ache watercolor crayons. The gate and sentiment are stamped and embossed in black. You can't see it too well, but I used a glitter pen to decorate the doll's headband. Proverbs 3:5 is written between the bricks of the steps.
On another note, I took the picture above on my deck, with the iron railing and trees in the background. On the table on the deck was a smashed bird egg, directly below the ceiling fan - is there a nest up on the fan? I couldn't see one, but the egg was pretty fresh. This last fall, a black bird flew over the table on the deck and hit a dining room window, killing itself. However, the bird's beak was stuck in the window screen. It scared me when I first saw it - a bird hanging from the window screen about 5' from the floor. Was it a precursor to Hitchcock's "The Birds?" You be the judge.