I know that I haven't finished the Week 2 projects, but I can catch up with those later - and I don't want to fall behind
So here we are at week three - and this is so much fun, truly.
It's decorating the cover page - and what a different and scary way to do it!
You take a photo - do unimaginable things to it with sandpaper, water, scratchy things, and paint!
I ruined the first photo at the last 'knockings' when I got some black ink on my nose and couldn't get it off!
A dull day, and low light levels are playing havoc with my photography and colours. The green dots are made with metallic paint and look lovely in daylight.
Me and my little grandson - I love him so very much it literally opened my soul when he was born.
To think that he is part of me - without my genes he wouldn't be alive - the beginning of my own little line of family tree - who knows how many generations will follow me - sends a tingle down my spine!
I have to make something else to finish the first of week 3's projects to add to the front page - but hopefully it will be a bit of art all of it's own.
Tam is the most amazing tutor - there is just something about her that I just can't explain.
I spent the morning looking through lots of old photo albums - from the years when my boys were youngsters - and the joy and smiles in those photos lit up my day. I hadn't fogotten about the exquisite joy and happiness of having and nurturing them. The parties, the games, the pets, the houses, the gardens, the simple life and simple pleasures - it was great.
Then I looked at other albums - photos in black and white - and seeing the images, I relived those times with detached affection - and was surprised at the memories it brought back of that young girl out into the big wide world on her own and working too at the age of 16.
And look at me now!
And before I knew it - the whole morning had gone and I hadn't found a single photo that I could use.
But as you can see - I did find a digital one, and managed to fix the printer too!