Sunday, February 9, 2014

Sunday Weekly Wrap-Up



Writing seems to be taking over a lot of my time now. I am creating some art but not as involved with challenges as I was.

Year of Firsts
My first for this past week was actually using the snowblower all on on own - from taking it out, to snowblowing our long driveway, moving the car and all the sidewalks. A huge job. I have only ever used it with my husband, to give him a short break. It took we well over an hour to do the whole thing. We got about a foot of snow. I must say, I was pretty proud of myself, e and my husband was so glad to come home to a clear driveway!




ATCs
I did create some ATCs this week for some swaps

Quotes

Heart Inchies



29 Faces
I did a few faces this week, only a couple I was okay with. I'm trying different techniques and using different media. (Check here for info on this fun challenge).

cut and paste:


watercolour crayon (a first as well)







Books Read 
I have read 14 books so far - you can check the books in the above tab.




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Inspire Me Monday


9 comments:

Cozycomfycouch said...

Really lovely! Have a happy month! :D

Julie Jordan Scott said...

I love your faces. You're inspiring me... maybe I'll try to do some collage faces, also!

have a grand week!

Laura Le said...

Love your ATC's and heart Inchies!

Tracy said...

Your cut and paste faces are so quirky! Love them.

Jackie said...

Wow, those cut and paste faces are awesome - so creative. And well done on your first water colour crayon face!

marilyn said...

The cut and paste faces look like so much fun. I just read Still Life With Bread Crumbs by Anna Quindlen, what I call an easy read, two sessions and it's done.

Betty Taylor said...

Enjoyed your post and what a great first! The snowblower is hard to use with that much snow. You are a rock star!!!

Clare Lloyd said...

Fun cut and paste faces.

Kristin Dudish said...

You've been busy! (And that snow sure looks all-too-familiar!) I think the quotes you've chosen are wonderful! I love those cut and paste faces (and the half magazine/half drawn ones below)... It makes me want to play around :)

xo
Kristin