Hi everyone. It's Saturday afternoon in my world and it is a grey and raw one right now. I am off to a hockey game tonight over in Portland, Maine and I have lost all my excitement about going. This raw grey sky makes me want to go take a nap. :) But hopefully it will be as good as last night's game, which we streamed off the computer onto the tv. Our team played very well and won. But time will tell.
And thanks to everyone who send well wishes for my appointment in Boston yesterday. They must have worked because all is well. I have no secondary issues that have popped up from the surgery.
So today I have a little art to share.
First of all here's is another journal page for Chris's 101 Ways to Keep Warm over at Art Journal Journey.
My page began with a Citrosol transfer from an old National Geographic magazine. I tried the Citrosol transfer technique last summer and didn't have much luck with it. I did get some of the sunflower image on the page but not a lot. And this was the best one of the whole lot that I tired.
So I spruced up the page with some tissue paper, ink, book page scraps and some fake leather trim.
I love this little cowgirl and so I thought about how page about good memories always warms your heart.
And then I also have a tag for Tag Tuesday. Their latest theme is Music.
As it feels like snow here (and not rain like they say is coming tomorrow) my page has a wintery theme. I'm not sure the music title (The barber of Seville is exactly and appropriate piece of music for this lovely little girl in her warm looking coat. But it was the perfect sized piece of music paper to fit on my tag. I was more or less thinking holiday snow music (like dashing through the snow) when I made my page.
So hope everyone is having a great weekend. I need to go get changed for my trip to Maine.
Thanks for visiting.