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"stART With A Photo" ART Challenge #5

Hello again! Welcome to our Monday "stART With A Photo" challenge #5. I am still plugging along, even though no one else has played along yet! I will not be deterred! haha

So, if you are still reading, why not consider stARTing your week with an art challenge?

This week's inspiration comes from a greeting card a friend sent me. I thought the little girl pictured on the front was pretty, and I have a thing for wells. Is that weird? Anyways-
This is an "anything goes" art challenge (any format/medium). The purpose is just to give you a push to get creative- art, crafts, DIY projects. Just use the weekly photo, color scheme, and/or words to get you started. There is no right or wrong way. Does the photo remind you of something else? Provoke an emotion? 
You can use any or all of the colors, objects, words, etc or none at all! Think outside of the box, and be sure to share your creations with us! There is a tab with the challenge rules, but the most important rule is to have fun! I would appreciate if you link back to my blog too.


I was inspired by the colors this week, but also since I haven't felt well lately, I used my Sizzix Framelits Flip-Its die, to create a couple get well cards.



I have been making a lot of cards lately, but remember you can do any project!

Enjoy yourself. Be creative. Share your link in the comments. Please visit some of the other participant's blogs and leave them some love too!

Thanks for playing along!

If you have some crafty people to buy Christmas gifts for, please consider using my links to shop. This will help me earn funds, and gets your shopping done too! Shop now at-
Amazon Arts & Crafts Best Sellers or Utrecht Art Supplies 

Until Next Time-
~Shari

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