A semi-decent pic of the Sansevieria in my backyard. This variety has at least a bit of texture colorwise, and I find it more attractive than the other plain ones. This is my photo for Cactus Monday. I wish I had a drawing or painting to go with it, but I ran out of time, sadly.
Here is page 7 of my Financial Dream Journal (including the cover). It is being recycled from a Financials Market Report, to an art journal. It has 160 pages, and I am on page 7. I am enjoying covering up the financial information, and turning it into whatever else I wish. The pic below has a hand drawn wording and ribbon, which is colored with watercolor pencils. Then I cut a palm tree trunk out of a magazine and made cuts up the page to thread the tree up and through the page.
Then I added more magazine flowers, a road with a car, a house and a cat. It has just enough going on that I could call it DONE. I covered it with a coat of Modge Podge to seal everything together, as I have done with all the previous pages.
This is just something I do for fun and to relax. The process is what I love.
This afternoon, after a long hard rain for most of the afternoon, we took the grandkids for a walk around the neighborhood, and with all of the rain, snails were everywhere. My daughter was in heaven. She collected about 30 and came home and put them in a bug house. The grands enjoyed seeing them. She released them after a few hours, and after I had gotten a couple of pics (they were very hard to photograph for some reason). My daughter has loved snails since around 2nd grade...and she still does, at age 20!