This week has really raced past, we've had walks, had our second Covid jabs(without too much hassle and just a little bit of arm pain for a day)and we completed two Wanderlust pages.
Of the two of mine I prefer this one from week 17, a lesson by Kasia AveryWe were using magazine pages and although I have some with more artily posed beautiful models I was more taken with a little scene from a gardening magazine(more on that later)It shows a couple looking over a fence and I used layers from the same magazine to surround it.
I decided to add some words to it as it reminded me of our garden walks. I am also including it for Eileen's 'Inspired By' theme at Art Journal Journey where Erika and I have been co-hosting this month, now that Eileen is no longer with us.
Hubby found some images in an old Geographic magazine.He was delighted to find this leopard.
We both enjoyed using oil pastels onto gessoed areas.
I wasn't quite so thrilled with mine from week 16 where Dyan Reavely showed us how to make a silhouette page.
Hubby's is fabulousWe are really enjoying these classes.
So, our walk at Tatton Park - it was hubby's birthday on Friday so it was his choice of where to go and what a good decision it was.Its apple blossom time
The Guneria is sprouting againThe Japanese garden is now surrounded by a brand new bamboo fenceThe back of the Japanese Garden
Cheese bagel, homemade sausage roll and tomatoes
Hubby took a photo go the cups on the dashboard...before bringing it outside to drink.
Oh and that magazine......has this in it.......lots of gardens in the UK at 2 for 1 prices - we aim to get the money we paid for the magazine back in our first couple of visits.
It is the May issue if you are interested and it is still available.
Thanks for looking, Chris