Hi everyone. Happy Wednesday.
Tomorrow is Thanksgiving in the US, and like many people, I have a few things to do today to get ready. Unlike last year when we stayed home, this year we are going over to my sister-in-law's in Maine for the day. I'm excited for some socializing and good food. It is great that we can do that this year since everyone in my husband's family who is coming will be vaccinated, unlike last year when we were invited but decided to stay home because of course no one was vaccinated and we wanted to be safe. I hope by next Thanksgiving we won't have to even think about covid, but I am thankful that all my friends and loved ones are covid-free. And that includes all my on-line friends too.
My art journal page today is about cold clear nights like the last few have felt at my house.
I just noticed how streaky my grey background paint is. Augh! (But too late now to change that.)
I stenciled the numbers with some black paint. The little gold stars were stamped and then painted with a metallic paint pen.
I have a package of pre-cut cloth stars in my stash. I picked out 3 and glued them down. Then I used a silver paint pen to outline them
The moon with the quote in it came from a 6x6 sheet of printed paper. This adorable girl found a seat on a star, and she is pointing to the moon. I think she has a good life philosophy for someone so young.
Finally I added some tiny reflective plastic stars. You can see their pops of color if you look carefully on the background.
I am also linking to Art Every Day Month, day 24.
I'm keeping this post short today. Thanks for visiting. I hope your week is going well.