Monday, May 28, 2018

May Art Journaling Update


May has been a whirlwind with the end of the school year and so many activities. To top that off I was ill for almost a full week. Our theme in the Everyday Journals group was the Holy Spirit. I did a page in my journal to cover the whole month rather than a weekly page.


A few days before I got sick I went to one of our local parks. While walking I heard and saw a lot of birds. Once I got into the Window on Wildlife I saw a beautiful little bird that is not local. The Blackburnian Warbler is just passing through our area as it heads north for the summer. I also spoke with two gentleman from the west coast who were in our area to take in the Spring bird migration here. They reminded me how lucky we are to have the wonderful Metroparks that we do, as well as wildlife sanctuaries. I do not take them for granted, especially this time of year!




 A few more May pages in my Everyday Journal.


My other ongoing project has been the Salvaged Journal I made in participation in Roben-Marie Smith's online class. I'm using it as a nature inspired journal. It has a variety of styles and sizes of pages which is proving to be very good for experimenting.





 A dried and pressed wild Geranium from my walk at the park a few weeks ago.


This week we head into June. Happy creating!


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3 comments:

  1. I so love your style and work. It just sends peace ripples through me. And that blue, blue bird. We don't have those in California. Wow!

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  2. Oh Mary, this post blesses my heart and gives me hope. Thank you so much!

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