I filled the blue Smash Book that I was
working in, and started a new Green Eco
Smash Book. Most of the backgrounds
have something to do with nature.
I mainly bought it because it was on sale--
a steal at $4.00!
Above, a drawing in Sharpie pen with
Drawings of some of the vintage bottles
left over from the wedding decor, along
with some quotes and notes. I like
the pre-printed background on these
pages of the Smash Book.
This page, above, includes an excerpt from
a book I was reading, some doodles,
painted trees, and a list of memory
boosting foods- which I definitely need!
I was having a good day on April 15,
until I heard about the Boston bombings...
More notes about how I spent a day
with my family
at a Maple Syrup Festival
...a fun time,
and a beautiful day.
Something about Amish buggies makes
me smile, though I do wonder how many
close calls they have competing with
cars for roadway space!
Many times I don't put a specific date on
a journal page, just my signature and the year.
However, I am thinking it's time to change
that and date my pages. (Even though I don't
work on the pages in chronological order- I
often 'skip around') Do you always date
your pages or your art work?