Hi everyone. Friday is already here. I had very little on my schedule this week, and I thought it might be a long week (or at least a week for me to make a retirement adjustment to the quiet). Just goes to show you how times flies when you're having fun-and making art this is!
Today I have lots of that art to share with you.
It is day 2 of October, and that means it is time for Second on the Second over at Bleubeard and Elizabeth's blog.
I have a page from my Halloween journal today. My Halloween journal gets carried over year to year, and here's a page from October of 2016. October means it's time to have fun with a few Halloween pages! (Not spooky though-I don't like spooky very much.) I picked this page because of all the zig-zag lines that make up the background. There's also lots of other lines too. Right now, I have lines on the brain!
And I love the TH image of all the kids in their Halloween costumes.
Over at Art Journal Journey Chris is hosting. This month her challenge is Hold the Line. Any kind of line works. (This why I have lines on the brain.)
My fall inspired page today has a background made with lots of lines of text.
I used a B Line rubber stamp, some word stamped images from a Stampotique rubber stamp, as well as some leaf stickers. And the clock punch out image also. My background is colored with some Distress Oxide Inks.
And lastly, I have one more tag for the Book Pages challenge at Tag Tuesday.
I made this tag along with my other tag (I showed you the other tag this past Wednesday), so there are some definite similarities. I used elephants as a background. Then I once again added bits of Japanese book page, some stamped words, and finally the big TH 2 hour time limit piece. No sure what the 2 hour limit would be, but if you like elephants, then I guess it could be that you can only watch them for 2 hours at the elephant reserve.
A bit more rain is in today's forecast here in New Hampshire. We sure need it. I think we are still 8-9 inches (20-23 cm) behind normal, which is a lot for New Hampshire as well as other New England states. It's usually a fairly wet place. The only bad thing about the rain is so many leaves are down already. I think we are a couple of weeks early this year. I am guessing that is brought on by the drought.
I love how the ones that fall on my road get run over and look like fossils.
I think I have chatted enough today. That's all for me. Have a great start of your weekend.