Monthly Archives: May 2018

Memorial Day Watercolor

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For Easter, my BFF gave me a watercolor of two cute chicks in a square frame with a mat opening of 6″ x 6″.  We decided that I could replace the chick pic with seasonal art of my own design. So using mixed media paper, cheap watercolors, and a white Gelly Roll pen, here’s my product. I think I’ll leave it on my table from Memorial Day weekend until the Fourth of July. Go, USA!

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Happy Mother’s Day

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Grandchildren are one of the gifts that make Mother’s Day so special. My oldest grandson Michael will be finishing eleventh grade next week. It’s hard to believe he’s old enough to be a high school senior! Read the rest of this entry

Mixed Media Using an Old Road Map

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I’m back to blogging after a restorative long weekend with girlfriends in Hot Springs, AR. It’s amazing what good friends, a little wine, a few adventures, and lots of laughter can do! Today’s post shares how friends Martha, Kathy, and I started with old road maps, acrylic paints, and Gelli Plates to create crap art, and how we used creativity and other products to turn our crapsmanship into craftsmanship. Read the rest of this entry