Hello my friends!
Well, Wednesday is usually an Art Club day (Ajax Creative Arts), but the weather did not cooperate, and we had a snow day instead. That doesn't mean that I couldn't have a crafty day, though. I will confess, I did not leave the house and wore comfy p.j.s all day!
For those of you that are new to my blog, at the very beginning of the year, I created several background sheets using spray inks and stencils. I call them my "spray play" sheets and I created them to cut dowm into tags, or collage or use as backgrounds for an art journal page (which I am determined to do this year!)
I have cut out several tags from these pretty sheets already. (if you scroll through my blog you will see many of those tags) and I have been saving some of the scraps to use later to create a different background
Some of the offcuts just looked so pretty to me that I didn't want to throw them away. I had little bits from other papers I had used as well and I decided I would save them and create a tag with them. I glued them down to some card and them trimmed all around. I edged all around with gold ink.
I also did some die cutting today. I find die cutting therapeutic for some reason. I think I get a certain satisfaction when I run a paper through my die cutting machine and it comes out as a beautiful and intricate embellishment. Sometimes I will die cut for hours and never actually create anything. True story, a Mimi fact, lol. A snow day is a perfect day to bring out the Cuttlebug!
So this tag has a lot of die cut elements. I created the flower using some lovely vellum. Now, here is the day coincidence. The new prompt for OLTC had not been posted yet this week and it turned out to be "music", to be interpreted any way we like. So this tag, with its music notes, qualifies although I had no idea when I was making it! I think I will have some fun with this weeks prompt. Stay tuned!
Thank you so much for stopping by to see what I have been up to. For those of you that are crafty, I hope I have inspired you to use up some of those scraps instead of throwing them away, and create something!