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Saturday, February 14, 2009
Happy Valentine's Day!
I took the theme of "Birds of a Feather" and put little chocolate eggs into golden heart boxes... Please take a chocolate and join my page for the Valentine's Day party!
I've just joined the Soul Journalling Group on Yahoo and am beginning to make some mixed media pieces based on the original prompts by Sarah Whitmire.
Somehow I got quite carried away and have wandered well away from those prompts.
Here is what some of the pages look like at the moment, in no particular order, most have just had a new thin coating of gesso:
The last one of the pages above has a trace of a suit of armour on the left... I've gone through various versions of this and am wondering just where its going to take me.
But the strangest part of the process for me, so far, has been my tendency to doodle instead of write!
That and the sheer joy I'm getting from playing this way.
UPDATE: I'd written this last night and scheduled it to post this morning. When I woke up I just had to add this to one of the pages:
And yes, even spelling correctly is clearly optional.
And since I'm adding an update - look what I got for Valentine's Day:
Jim's Valentine card features the bay in Cornwall where we were married in 2000! Isn't that sweet.
And wonderfully not-too-sweet is the 99% cocoa bar - as I avoid sugar as much as possible this is definitely my type of chocolate.
Do have a square if you'd prefer it to one of the eggs.
And then go visit more partiers at the Birds of a Feather Party