I've been asked to show my feathers. I can't tell you why I've been on a feather kick except that I like birds (2 bird themed altered books already completed) so I guess it is a natural to like feathers too. These two are cardboard (recycle), Sharpie pen, markers, glitter and pearl paints.
These were pretty easy too. I used double-sided tape on the wire and placed between a piece of music paper folded in half. Then I cut the shape I wanted, feathered with more cutting and spray/glittered. Easy peasy, try it.
Markers and Sharpie pen. Free hand-cut.
These pretties were hand-cut from a candy box. The cardboard was so pretty in it's silver and gold that I thought, I must do something with them. I used an ordinary pen (ballpoint) that just so happen to not work for the engraving.
More recycle with these from some product cardboard headed to the recycle bin. These I painted with watercolor in light pastels. Then used black Sharpie pen to draw. Over that I used glitter glue and some pearl paints. Leaves, feathers, whatever you want. Just fun to do and great to do in front of the TV. Give it a try.
Though life has been rather chaotic with all the political action in the country we try to keep a semblance of normality in our day-to-day activities. Sometimes that is difficult.
This group of ladies and I have been crafting together for several years now. We've done a prayer journal, a min-book and now we do cards, which is always a useful craft to give friends.
Most of them have children and they are in a church about 45 minutes away from where we live. That sometimes hinders our winter classes, but not often since the busy highway that connect us is usually clear.
My thanks to all those of you who have sent lovely materials that they use in their creations.
They have joy over doing them and I couldn't do it without your help. Bless your hearts.