I am a little late with my Wednesday blog post because my beloved and I decided to go for a long walk this morning. Later today, the weather will change and it will get colder and rainy – that is what the weather station predicts anyway – so off went and we had a nice hour-long stroll.
But I am back in the studio now with the usual: a golden oldie, collages and a picture of my work desk, so come on in!
Spring seems to have found this area of the world, days are warmer and the sun shines – leading to me spending more time working in the garden than in the studio. However, I created two ‘longing’ collages last week… and my work desk is not as empty anymore. Come on in and have a look.
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Delaware does not seem an inspiring state either.
You were awefully quiet – but later in the week, Donna Ruth send me an email…
I have something up my sleeve.
I’m not ready to reveal it all just yet but in this post I present the start of something that hopefully will become a new blogpost series over the next weeks – and today, YOU are involved!
On the photo you see my scrapbook albums… old and newer ones in random order on the shelf. The albums contain both spreads and ‘one page’ layouts – the number is stated on the photo.
Now YOU let me know which album I should open and which page I should post next week… I will review the layout on my blog, give my comments or explain the techniques, something like that.
It’s up to you now… make your pick and let me know in a comment!
See you all soon!
Three years ago, Seth -from The Altered Page – started an annual treasure
hunt. Buried Treasure is about digging deep to uncover some hidden gems.
The premise is simple. Today, Wednesday July 11th, all participating bloggers
re-post one (or more) of their favorite posts that ever appeared on their blog.
You can find the list of participants on Seth’s blog. I’m one of them so here’s
my ‘buried treasure’; a post from August 2nd, 2010 that is very personal and
very dear to me.
Time seems to fly these days and all of a sudden it’s Friday again.
I did not create anything last week.
Well, that’s not true. I wrote articles and that’s creating too of course,
but I mean I did not make any art that I can show you.
To make this an interesting post, I came up with a solution
so you will find some art pieces on my blog today anyway.
Of course there’s a photo and a haiku too.
After all, it’s ‘Haiku my heart Friday’.