Not long ago I discovered June Macfarlane and her blog that has these great challenges. Each week the subject is different and the interpretation is up to the artist. This is my entry for this week. June has many high res images to play with as well. You can find the challenge page here: Dezinaworld
This photo was taken by my eldest son. The bright red of the anthuriums was perfect for this challenge.
Lesson of the birds was a colour palette challenge, suggesting a vintage page. I chose to do a college.
K is for Koala, created for the A to Z challenge
Energy … the Energy challenge once again and this time I use the reflection as well to create a page of solar power.
M is for Maya Angelou, one of my favourite poets. She will live forever in her words.
At Christmas the cat was sleeping on the dog’s bed and I decided it would make a great subject for March’s progressive scrap.
March was still full of blowing and snow and very very cold. What better way to keep warm than to work on digital art. Irish blessing for St. Patrick’s day. I added my recipe for Irish soda bread … yummy
This little pocket page was so much fun. I have had these photos of the bunny and ground hog who came out to graze at the same time and their reaction towards each other was hilarious. Now they have their story.
I is for Ireland, a perfect I word for March. This page was done for the A to Z challenge
I love these images of Godey’s Ladies fashion plates and when I saw Jilbert Designs challenge this month I fell in love and thought the pages would fit a quilt with the ladies .. I was right.
A reflection challenge this month and I thought of this photo I have of a dawn that was absolutely glorious at our old country place several years ago … love the reflection as it reminds me of frozen, ice covered snow.
J is for Jazz …. all that jazz. Bob Fosse and Fred Astaire created a beautiful, sparkly era of glitz and music. This page celebrates both.
Energy Lost was created for the word art challenge. When I saw this photo at the Morgue Files site I just had to turn the word around and use it. This old fellow sure has earned a good retirement. I hope he got it.
This was created for the colour palette challenge. I love the sketches of the old European buildings.
Memory was made for Gabbi’s challenge this month. The kit used: Gabbi’sDesigns Children’s Carnival mini kit
A card for my Valentine challenge made for the site members.
Winter Morning is my progressive scrap challenge entry. Photo was taken one cold, frosty dawn.
G for Greek … this piece created for the A to Z year long challenge
The first of two pages created for the magic wand challenge. Love this vintage mime image.
H is for Hot Air Balloon, another page for the A to Z year long challenge.
Snow day is the other page created for the magic wand challenge. Very different style from the other.
I slipped this one in here … I created this piece in January just because, it’s not a challenge piece.
A valentine for my valentine challenge. What would February be without a valentine.
Turtles are my favourite animal, being a turtle myself. This was done for the A to Z year long challenge.
The journaling says it all for this little one. This was a scraplift challenge.
With heaps of snowbanks all around us spring was still just a whisper. Created for the variety challenge.
Vincent Van Gogh is my favourite artist. This piece was done for the quote challenge.
This piece was done for an ad challenge. We chose a vintage ad and used that as our scraplift.
This exciting, vivid page was created for the colour wheel challenge.
February was a busy month so I’ve split it up into two parts.