Happy Monday! A new work week begins, and this is the last week the kids have school. Big smile on my face.
Excitement is building. I think I am going to make it without a nervous break down at this point.
Plus the movie Finding Dory opens on Friday (last day of kids), and I told my daughter we need to go see it Friday night to celebrate the almost end of school. (I have 2 teacher days Monday and Tuesday and next week.)
So the old atlas I have (which I have been cutting up) has some star maps in it, and I decided to make a page for Art Journal Journey. This months theme is maps and is hosted by Mary Nasser, and I thought this would be a different view of maps.
The background is stamped and collaged with some cut out images. The owl is a die cut.
I thought of the Carly Simon song Night Owl while I made this page. (Cuz I'm a night owl honey, sleep all day long...sleep, sleep....)
The rest of the page kind of came along as I was looking for images to put on this piece.
That lady was cut out of an old postcard, and I can't decide if she is wearing pj's, a space suit or some kind of work clothes. Hmmmm?
So this past Saturday we went for a boat trip, as I mentioned in yesterday's post. Since it was cloudy the mountains around the lake were very blue. And very pretty.
Thought I would share.
I always find it interesting how tree covered mountains can look so blue in certain light. I should be able to explain it, but I like to think its more magic than science. Maybe because the views are so magic.
Thanks for visiting me today. Come back soon.