It’s time for our Mid Month Mini Mission: Inspiration song lyric prompt for August and this month it has been taken from the 1967/67 song called “Flowers in the Rain” by The Move. Please feel free to use the Mission graphic below in any of your social or YouTube video posts! Grab it in the usual way!
I decided to use some Brusho pigment powders and a couple of TCW stencils, plus some stamps by IndigoBlu for my art journal page for the month. To watch how I created my page from start to finish, click the YouTube link below!
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To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Appollo 11’s historic landing on the lunar surface, the mid-month mini Mission: Inspiration song lyric prompt for July is taken from Frank Sinatra’s “Fly Me To The Moon (In Other Words..”).
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To watch how I created my art journal page (above) simply click on the YouTube link below to watch my whole process from start to finish.
For a change, I decided to create a mixed media art tag using the prompts from June’s Mid Month Mini Mission: Inspiration. I haven’t created an art tag since October last year, so thought it would be fun to create one today using this months floral prompts. Don’t forget if you’d like to join in with our monthly art challenges, simply click the Facebook link below – or if you’d like to watch my create process video for the tag above, click the YouTube link below the Facebook one!
Time for a new mid-month mini Mission: Inspiration art challenge and this month as the wonderful Doris Day has recently passed away I thought I’d do a small tribute and use a line from one of her early songs as our song lyric prompt for the month of May.
For me, the words Heaven and portal bring to mind images of swirling blues and cream colours and circles, so that’s what I went with for the basis of my art journal page that you can see above. To watch how I created the page from start to finish, simply click the YouTube link below.