This is what Lifebook does to me, it inspires me to create pieces that are not part of any lesson. That's great! I won't complain about having too much inspiration.
I often like to paint over old calenders. Take the staples out and off I go! Creating on different shapes of paper can bring out something different.
. I was reading an article on moose and their traits and habitat and how those elements combined founded the animal's essence as a Spirit Animal.
So I filled my moose with words, the traits that She represents as a Spirit Animal.
- agility & grace
I got some new watercolor crayons from my aunt and had fun with these. After adding in words, I added some stamped leaves, and some swirling retired SU rub-ons on Her "crown." Yes, I'm aware that only male moose grow antlers but it's ART so I can make her with an elaborate swirling crown if I so choose ;)
A little blue bird rides along with Moose as if she is sitting upon a throne. I ♥ animals.