Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Three Muses Challenge - Time




Do you remember those lazy summer days as a child. You awoke with the whole day stretched before you and no commitments. What would you do today? I don't remember much planning. Perhaps you'd head over to your friend's house and he/she might have some good ideas for catching frogs in the pond, playing "Peanuts" (I was always Lucy!) or riding bikes somewhere (perhaps to purchase some candy at the local variety store). I often think we should all take a day like this every once in a while if we can. They are good for the soul. These two round robin journal pages are my entry for the Three Muses Challenge this week.

15 comments:

Saskia said...

Great pages! Clever idea to make clocks out of them.

Rein said...

These are great!

Hermine said...

Both are absolutely gorgeous

indybev said...

Beautiful pieces both, Heather. I was right there with you as you were describing your childhood days until you got to the part about riding to the little store -- the little store was 7 miles away for me!! We just rode to the creek and made mud pies!

Ozstuff said...

Heather, your clocks are delightful, whimsical, creative and GORGEOUS. I love them.

Mollye said...

Heather, Your art just thrills me. So uniquely you.

Terri said...

Heather, these are fabulous! I love the colors you chose, as well as your backgrounds and images. Great job!

Taluula said...

Oh Heather, those were the days weren't they, and wouldn't it be fun to have one of those every month or so? Though a gaggle of 'mature' ladies, searching for frogs, playing peanuts or cycling to the shop for sweeties might attract a glance or two. Great journal pages and thank you for sharing.

Anjas-Artefaktotum said...

WOW sensational pieces both!So many details, fantastic and inspiring.
Hugs Anja

Lorraine said...

like all the colours and layers

Ragamuffin Gal said...

Absolutely Lovely Heather! Are they digital or by hand? Blessings, Katie

Astrid Maclean said...

Both pages are just wonderful. Lucky recipients!

Eila A said...

Lovely journal pages! Your text about childhood summers is fantastic - it's true that the days were much longer then. It would be a good idea to have such a lazy day every now and then.

LiveArt said...

Fantastic pages my friend, both are sooo special, filled with wonderful details to look at!! LOVE them!!

Hugs,
Linda

Zuzu's Blog said...

lovely hand crafted pages ( i got fed up looking at digital art lol ) great work as always heather. Z x