Saturday, January 23, 2016
We've gotten a lot of snow in the past few days here in KY. In fact, yesterday was declared a State of Emergency by the governor. School was cancelled for Caleb from Wednesday - Friday and we've been hunkered in the house as a family for the past couple of days. The board games have been dug out, goofy television has been watched and there has been a lot of laughter. Snow days ARE good days!
Linking to Paint Party Friday,
Saturday, January 16, 2016
I used masking tape in my journal while painting these flowers and was so excited to see if it worked that I removed the tape too soon! Then I spent the next several layers having to be careful not to go outside my crisp edges.
NOTE TO SELF: Leave the tape until finished with the page!
Linking to Paint Party Friday and
Friday, January 8, 2016
Pam Garrison has a class on Creativebug called Creative Sketching. These are my exercises from Part 1. Neither of them look much like Pam's - apparently, I am too structured and uptight for that. LOL
It was fun using lots of colors and pen work - I prefer the one that is more earth colored - probably because it is the calmer one. I do love my neutrals. . .
Linking to Art Journal Every Day and
Friday, November 20, 2015
She never looked nice.
She looked like art, and art wasn't supposed to look nice;
it was supposed to make you feel something."
- Rainbow Rowell
Love that quote - what a great sentiment! It has been quite the mucky week with torrents of rain and wet leaves getting tracked in multiple times a day. As yucky as that has been at least it is better than the predicted low of 24 on Sunday morning.
Linking to Art Journal Every Day,
Paint Party Friday, and
Sunday, November 8, 2015
Life is about change
Sometimes it is painful
Sometimes it is beautiful
But most of the time - it is both.
So I took my cut up flower painting and made a book using this tutorial. I even got out my trusty Scor-Pal for old times' sake. No worries if you don't have one - just use a scoring blade on your paper cutter. Makes me want to get out and use my papercrafting tools again. . .