Day 20 is "The Blues." I took it literally and did a quick collage with some of my blue scraps. Day 21 is "stamping a maṇḍala." Quick and to the point.
Day 22 is "mapping." Tammy's intention was to create a map of a made up place. I decided to use a piece of a road map that I recently found while I was cleaning out the garage.
Day 23 is "draw a maṇḍala." I used a card that had pre-smooshed (yes that's a word... I just made it up) paint on it.
Day 24 is "the simple plastic card." You use an old gift card or scrapper to dap paint.
I have spent very little time on these cards but the nightly art break has been relaxing after days filled with clutter.
This past week has been a blur of unpacking boxes and rearranging piles (and a horrifying experience with creepy crawlies!) It's so true that when organizing, it gets worse before it gets better. I keep finding wonderful treasures in my storage unit but now I need to find a place for them in my studio. I haven't really found places for anything yet so my work area is a bit of a catch-all. There is a light at the end of this messy tunnel and I'm getting close.
Soon I will have time for a book binding tutorial and studio tour. I started week 3 of Journal52, a post will be coming soon!
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