Sunday, April 02, 2006

Day Seven: Renewal

It's a rainy, cold day here in Minnesota. It's been a very mellow day for me. I came across Lisa Vollrath's Squidoo lens on Art Journals. It has *lots* of fun stuff and wonderful inspiration, including: art journal images, links, books, galleries (including Tera Leigh's amazing portfolio), and how-to's. Check out the layer by layer explanation on how Teesha Moore creates her amazing pages. Cool stuff! I also added all my pages from the last 21 day challenge to my picturetrail site.
Day Seven in my art journal I have gratitude for the rain that is falling, because I know with rain comes new growth. I am in much need of some renewal and rebirth. The cold dark days of winter have lasted long enough. This week I have been consumed with illness, fatigue and sadness. I'm looking forward to brighter days ahead:)

14 comments:

September said...

Very nice!

Emma said...

Lovely, very pretty flower with the papers.

Eminepala said...

Yeah artsymama, you did it again... this page ROCKS!

Emine

cindy said...

WOW! your entry is out of this world! Fabulous!

Melissa Ives said...

This is fabulous!!! Wonderful!

Gina said...

Hee hee -- NOW I see why you knew I was an Anthro fan! How funny. You've done amazing things with the images! Just stunning. I checked out your last 21 day challenge. Breathtaking!

Erica said...

I love the flower and the picture is perfect for your pages :)

Malou Medina-Bolus said...

I love the flowers! You are doing such a great job on your pages! Malou

scrappylove said...

I am loving your journal entries!

Kristy said...

YOu have awesome work, your scrappages as well as your art journal. A very nice job.

Server Girl said...

love it...and hope better weather comes your way...we are raining here in Sacramento all week!!!

Fran M said...

Hello Arsty Mama! Boy do I love your work! So fun! The stamps I use are acrylic and I joined the scrapbook club www.Scraptivity.com.
Each month a kit arrives w/ papers, embellishments etc..PLUS...a very cool acrylic stamp set and that is wher that alphabet stamp set is from!

la vie en rose said...

i've been behind in viewing your journal because of the weekend but just glancing through your previous posts it looks like you are doing some awesome work!!! and i always appreciate the links because i'm learnin' as i go along. i'm planning (keep your fingers crossed) on posting what i've done so far tonight.

melba said...

You always find the best links and you share...it must be the librarian in you and your generous nature. Thanks for always sending me on a path of beauty.