I was challenged to use the following by my friend Kristen:
(so they didn't specify that I couldn't use masking TAPE!) see cat
The cute cute kitty and tree I bought at Johanna's Etsy store: http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5323699
And the hello kitty notebook paper I found at a garage sale
The 7gypsies stickers along the bottom say, "crime scene photos whot took that picture? photo op" and "surveillance shots overexposed creative cropping"
For the challenge to doodle a page at http://thisismejournal.blogspot.com
Is it cheating to use digital doodles? :D
Just because I'm happy with DH.
Doodle credit: Fee Jardine Funky Flowers
What else is new? I've been tagging my digital kits to organize them with ACDSee Photo Manager 10. Continue to Kaylie's blog to find out all about her experience doing the same. She does such a great job that I won't repeat the details.
As seen on the Art Biz Blog by Alyson Stanfield: How are you celebrating National Arts & Humanities Month?
Here are some ways you might participate in National Arts & Humanities Month.
- Teach a child to paint, sculpt, draw, and see the world through an artist’s eyes.
- Volunteer for the art teacher at the local school.
- Take an afternoon and visit your local museum. Become inspired. Become a member. Become involved.
- Join your local museum, arts agency, or artist organization.
- Become more knowledgeable about issues that are important to you. How much does your state or city spend on the arts? Where do your elected officials stand on arts funding? Where do the arts stand in your public schools?
- Take a moment to write letters of thanks and support to those people who are doing a lot to promote the arts in your community.
- Donate scrapbook supplies to your hospital, church, school, or youth group.
How will you celebrate?