I’m feeling a bit under the weather today, but didn’t want to sit and feel sorry for myself, so decided instead to create an art journal page using an old digi kit I created back in 2016! Click below to join me over on my YouTube channel.
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It’s time for another random art challenge in our Mission: Inspiration Facebook group. This month the theme of “Mother Nature’s Bounty” was randomly selected and so I delved deep into my digi archive to see what I could make use of from my existing stash.
Click the image below to watch my full start to finish process over on my YouTube channel.
It’s time to complete my 2nd Heroes & Heroines collage page for February and for this Hero I’ve picked one of my all time favourite authors; Victorian icon and social change activist Charles Dickens. Click below to watch the full start to finish process of my page’s creation.
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It’s time to create my first Heroes & Heroines collage page for February and my first heroine for the month is Rosa Parks who was born on 4th February 1913. Rosa is perhaps famous for her civil rights activism in the 1950s and 1960s. More famous perhaps for not giving up her seat on the bus for a white passenger. Click below to watch my full start to finish process of creation over on my YouTube channel.
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