Love One Another
Aug08

Love One Another

My plan for a 30 day “digital art a day” challenge has not worked out as I had originally anticipated. Between the two political conventions and helping my husband with his job search, I haven’t had the time I’d like to work on pages. Plus, I have been lacking some scrapping mojo. I’ll begin my challenge again in the near future. While the challenge may be on hold, I do have a page to share with you. More...

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Proud American
Jul28

Proud American

Yes, I know it’s been a few days since I posted anything for my digital art a day challenge. What was I thinking trying to start something like that during the Republican and Democrat National Conventions? I was nuts. I mean when was the last time a politician cut his or her speech short? Yeah, I’ve never heard of that happening either. lol The good news is that I do have a page to share with you today. (And today is the...

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Two Art Journal Pages
Jul24

Two Art Journal Pages

Yesterday evening, I actually managed to create two different digital art journaling pages. Now I am only one page behind on my digital art a day challenge. Since July 18, I have created six pages. I hope to be caught up at the end of today. I have to admit it feels good being creative every day. This first page is one I plan to do every Sunday. For a long time, I’ve been interested in bible art journals. Most of the ones...

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Simple Can Be Hard
Jul23

Simple Can Be Hard

Okay, I hit a little bump in the road with my challenge. On Thursday, I made the mistake of not getting my layout done before I started watching the Republican National Convention. I thought Donald Trump would be done early enough for me to get a page done. Big mistake. He seems to really enjoy talking. (I’ll be watching the Democrats next week, so I will definitely remember this before Hillary Clinton speaks on Thursday.)...

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Not a Binary Proposition
Jul21

Not a Binary Proposition

If there is one thing of which I am certain, it is that both the Democrat and Republican parties want you to believe that this election is a binary proposition. In other words if you do not vote for Donald Trump, you are voting for Hillary Clinton and vice versa. They don’t want you to believe you have any options other than voting for one of the main candidates. Several times this week during the Republican National Convention...

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