Hello friends, and Happy Monday!

Here’s to a great new creative week!  I have to double my posts today despite saying I wasn’t going to, but then I will have caught up with the days.  Here comes the first of today’s art…

today’s art . . .

Today’s art is my Day 5 page for Art Journal Advent and my Day 5 stamp for Carve December – I love the idea of the extra challenge of combining the two things ha ha because clearly I am nuts!  If you missed the previous days, you can find them linked at the bottom of this post in the slider.

And here’s my page for the Day 5 prompt which is RITUALS.  Most people seem to favour single pages but I tend to work across two pages as I like that better so again like yesterday, it’s a two page spread.  This page is made from a few different watery gel prints I made for a challenge back in March so they fit with my idea for Rituals which is the Ritual of Bathing – my favourite ritual of all!  Sadly not much chance of that happening until the heating is fixed!  I stuck all the gel prints onto my page, and then I found this pre-stamped Lynne Perrella image which is on a piece of watercoloured paper so it was perfect for the watery theme.  I wrote my journaling on the right hand page using a white pen and then finished off the page with my little stamp.

For today’s stamp for the #CarveDecember2021 challenge I made this foam stamp out of the piece of foam left over from cutting out the seven small pieces of foam for Day 4’s stamp.  It looks a bit like Swiss cheese and I thought the pattern could be interesting.  I used Versafine Clair ink in pink to do all the stamping.

Let me know what you think in the comments.   As always, thanks for reading!Ingredients
my handmade junk journal, various paper scraps, gel prints, wrapping paper, magazines, deli paper etc, handmade stamp, Versafine Clair ink, black stabilo, white paint pen, music paper, tissue paper, leaves, white pen,

Challenges

#ArtJournalAdventDay 5 Rituals
#CarveDecember2021
Day 5 – the prompt for Day 5 is MOON – I am not following the prompt today, though I would have liked to but too late now.
CarveDEcPrompts

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