I had a challenging week, finishing homework projects and coming up with ideas for new ones. Then we got a snowstorm on April 1, which was a bit of a disappointment. BUT, April 2 was much more hopeful for us. It was sunny and warm, so we were able to spend the afternoon outside, cleaning up the yard.
As is typical of my style, I chose to ignore that bad snow and focus on something more positive, like planting seeds for spring. I haven’t planted seeds in years, so I am starting out with this small kit.
I picked some of my favorite flowers – morning glories, moonflowers, hollyhocks, daisies, sunflowers, and another variety of daisies.
I decided to continue to be inspired by nature with my illustrations for this week’s art cards.
My favorite poem as a kid was the “You are my sunshine” poem, so I used that for my journaling next to my sun illustration.
Since I planted seeds this past weekend, I illustrated a little seed kit with signs of hope popping up here and there.
If you’re interested, stop by our Flickr group to see what Michelle and Sandra have been doing on their fun art cards.