have a good day…

“The expression “Have a good day” was born the week our oil supply was depleted, water became scarce, telephone rates went up, gasoline was in short supply, and meat, coffee, and sugar prices soared.  It was as if the warranty on the country had just expired.”  ~Erma Bombeck~1970’s

I’m having a good day…it’s the first day back on God’s time🙂

I made a new journal last week…I sewed the signatures together on the sewing machine and used duct tape to put the signatures together.  Then,  I found the middle of the journal and sewed that to the cover using a simple pamphlet stitch.  I will be using this method again.  I wanted to practice using a composition book for the cover.  The next one I make, I think I’ll try using an old book for the cover.

I mostly used painted papers on the cover:

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Here’s the introductory page…watercolor and collage:

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I spilled some ivory paint the other day…so, I quickly swirled it on some magazine pages.  After the paint dried…I went over some of the paint with pan pastels.  I like the effect that I discovered accidentally:

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I painted these 4×4’s last week.  They number 149-152:

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I made this set of 4×4’s today.  They number 153-156:

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Last week we went for a drive to look at the fall color.  We made a little circle and came back home.  When we drove in our driveway, I told my hubby:  I think the prettiest leaves are right here in our own yard.  Here’s a photo of the Hickory Tree in our backyard.  After a rain, the leaves look neon yellow:

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Side yard:

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Across the front yard looking down the street:

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Everyone have a great week and be creative in all you do!

One thought on “have a good day…

  1. While I always enjoy seeing your latest creations, I especially love the last 4x4s. I love the color combo, the depth and the fact that they look good anyway that I view them. By turning them I see landscapes and seascapes. They are fascinating.

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