Thursday, April 15, 2010

Well, where in the world have I been?

Just piping in to say that I know it's been way too long since my last post but I have recently set up a "family" blog to chart our unschooling adventures in addition to my artistic ones and that has been taking quite a bit of my time to maintain.  I also seem to be on a bit of lull when it comes to my digital scrapping and at this point I'm really just hoping that I get my mojo back soon.  I have been working more on some individual pieces, mostly mixed media collage and once the series of the three are completed I will be posting some photos.
I also have been busy with the usual things that consume my time this time of the year; Earth Day stuff!  I was put in charge of organizing the events for the children of the community and not surprisingly decided that I would share with them my love of creating with recycled treasures.  We will be decoupaging and decorating soup tins to be used as pencil holders, planters, or whatever they choose to "re-use" it for.  My darling daughter (as my assistant) has created some other really cute little things to use as examples of other projects that can be done using recyclable items.  It's sure to be fun; ART always is!
And since I can't refrain from scrapping entirely; I  have created this flyer for the events planned.

Special thanks to my scrap designer friends for all the whimsical elements used:
Christine Honsinger {Fiddlette Designs}, Catherine Paturet and Dawn Vander Stoep.

2 comments:

Effie said...

Great looking flyer.. hope it's a fab sucess!..... and your mojo makes it's way back home!

Gracefully Vintage said...

Ok, so not totally a commnet on your post- although i love it, but i have been admiring your work-and love a pic you did of Christina's family(alice in wonderland theme)over at signs of obsession. I want one of my family- how do i go about getting that done- I would love to get it done-and hang it in my store- Just love it...
Let me know and what do you charge..
Karryann

things that make me go "heehee"!