Saturday, September 5, 2015

Blue Skies

I've been into clouds lately. This page has a combination of molding paste (and a stencil) and pasted die cut clouds. The background is made with Brushos. It is not a very complicated page but it doesn't need anything else as far as I can tell.
I am linking this page to Art Journal Journey. The  hostess this month is Corrine and her theme is windows.:)
So we are in what looks like a long stretch of blue skies and sunshine! Yesterday was the perfect temperature with  sunny skies. Perfect for a long morning walk and doing a tad bit of gardening. Even though the sun is predicted to stay for the next few days, the only bad thing is that is warming back up, and it isn't just the heat but the humidity. I can do without the humidity. I thought it was September and we were suppose to get back to beautiful warm but not hot weather!
But oh well. I'll enjoy this summer weather while we have it.
Speaking of summer. Here's a few more  very random photos I snapped back 2 weeks ago (already 2 weeks!) at the Shelburne Museum in Vermont. Not sure any of these relate to windows or clouds or even blue skies.









Hope your Saturday is a good day!



6 comments:

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I so enjoyed watching you from the window as you blasted off. The days here have been both hot and humid. Too hot and humid to work in comfort. Like you, I hope for cooler days.

Those photos are adorable. I really like the thread and socks.

froebelsternchen Susi said...

An amazing page Erika and brilliant photos again! WOW!
Thank you for sharing!

Happy Saturday!
Thank you so much for another fabulous page for Art Journal Joureny!
♥♥♥
Susi

Corrine at sparkledaysstudio.com said...

Where are we blasting off too? Thanks for the further glimpses of the Shelburne. Like that top hat. xox

Valerie-Jael said...

Wonderful journal page, you always have great ideas. Love all the photos, too. I spent the afternoon at an art museum, just fantastic! Have a great weekend, hugs, Valerie

Meggymay said...

Wonderful view of the clouds from your window, its an awesome page.
Yvonne

bella lullo said...

Le tue finestre raccontano mille storie... sono bellissime!