Good day ( or evening depending on where you live)! I am still a bit busy assisting our great aunt as much as I can going back and forth to her home, visiting Momma cat (who is now with her original owner temporarily- the vet) and making hospital visits. Thankfully I can still get my own housework done and get a little art time in along with the Deepak and Oprah meditation series. And now I will also be preparing for a small Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday with just hubby , son and his gf.
This vintage tag is meant for Tag Tuesday (theme is music), and the Simon Monday Challenge (theme is tear it up). Products: white tag; music washi tape (Tim Holtz Ideaology); gesso; torn patterned paper; vintage collage sheet image and sentiment (ARTchix Studio); snowflake stickers (Mrs. Grossmans); dot sparkler stickers (Stampendous).
For T Stands For Tuesday with Bleubeard and Elizabeth and friends:
Not long ago Bill and I went antiquing not to buy- just for fun- in an area we've been to many times before. And we decided to have an early dinner at McCooles Red Lion Inn which we also enjoy:
Not sure if you can click on it to make it larger to read...
They served us some pumpkin hummus and pita bread while waiting for our order. I never had pumpkin hummus before and it was pretty good.
We both had the crab cakes-a favorite of ours there along with roasted cauliflower and rice.
And of course hubby had to have dessert with his coffee:)
that chocolate cake was so rich and decadent-and he ate all but one bite! Special pose from him to your hubby Chris ;)
Speaking of Chris- I made a journal page for Art Journal Journey with the theme of '101 Ways To Keep Warm' hosted by Chris this month:
Not sure if I want to add words or not so this is it for now. Cozy thoughts of reading by candlelight. My page was inspired by another 'Painting With Jane' you tube video. I used acrylic paints, brushes and a palette knife.
Detail of the candle:
Also linking to Try It On Tuesday (theme is colourful) along with Paint Party Friday later this week.
I made one of my recent journal page paintings into cards:
and to those of you celebrating I wish you and yours a very Happy Thanksgiving! Til next time...
"If you use gratitude a little, your life will change a little. If you use gratitude a lot everyday, your life will change in ways you can hardly imagine now." Rhonda Byrne