Valentine's is just a heart throb away, wishing you all a wonderful loving day!
It's Wednesday over here and time to reveal the name of the winner of my Blue Fern Blog Hop present.
*drumroll* - here is the name my hubby pulled out of a box;
THE SCHEME (USE ALL 5 COLORS)
- Drift Away - light aqua, taken from her skirt - 183.222.221
- Aqua Breeze - medium aqua, taken fromt he folds in her skirt - 137.190.182
- Golden Getaway - golden wheat, taken from the mast - 242.221.176
- Apparent Wind - pale gray, taken from the cloudy sky - 234.235.237
- Take the Helm - Dark brown, taken from the top of the hull - 85.69.53
- string, fiber, twine
- create a jagged edge
- sailboat or other transportation accent
- something sheer, e.g. vellum
- Document a getaway.
- Look at your picture and let your thoughts wander and just write about what comes to mind.
- Write a comparison/ contrast paragraph or essay. Find ideas here and a how-to here.
- Be inspired by travel journaling sites, like this one or this one or this one.
- Put your journaling behind something sheer.
- Inspiration Words: -- romance, escape, reverie use these as inspiration for your journaling, not just as a title
COMPOSITE SKETCH: Feel free to rotate, substitute elements, etc., but use as inspiration for the design of your page.
We trust we've left enough clues for you to solve the case!
The deadline for completing Case File No. 58
is Sunday, February 17, 11:59 p.m. EST.
We can't wait to see what YOU create!
Not the typical getaway one would think of when it's Valentine's but the journalling prompt doesn't mention it has to be a Valentine's one. The photo is not of me but of the DD of my hubby's cousin as she loves what I love; riding anything that goes up/down/around and is with lots of movement. So each summer hubbs and I go to the Stockholm amusement park, he refuses to go with me on the attractions, so I just pile on handbag, cardi and any loose items on his outstretched arms and disappear quickly to my awaiting 5-second adrenaline rush. I just loooove to dangle with my feet up in the air those couple of seconds before they let the breaks go and I plummet shreaking loudly and laughing hysterically down towards earth. Well, it's me and about 20 teenagers ...