This was a self imposed challenge. Something to get my creatives waves flowing and something that I would not allow myself to spend bunches of time on. I limited myself to 2 minutes per card and only to the papers, embellishments that were in a canvas box. You can tell that I have been heavily influenced by the Titanic and once again that love has spilled over into my cards.
The first could have been a card that was in the writing room on the Titanic. Maybe the lady in the photo was a passenger. Did she make it or not? Quite possibly she did and this is a thank you card she sent to the captain of the Carpathia?????
And the second card? Maybe it is a photo from the newspaper articles written on the Titanic? Maybe a photo of a family that did not make it? Or a photo of a family where the kids survived and were now orphans?
The last card is my favorite. I think this girl is so happy to be doing whatever it is she is doing. Maybe going on to a new life? Marrying the man of her dreams? Leaving Ireland for some greener pastures? She is living her life NOW!
What did I learn from this challenge? That sometimes art doesn't have to take all day to be nice. That sometimes I should trust my instincts and just go with my intuition while crafting. Be confident in myself.
Today I had a Bible verse on my mind, it might have something to do with my creations...it might just be another of my ramblings....Philippians 1:6
For I am confident of this very thing, that He who began a good work in you will perfect it until the day of Christ Jesus.