For this pre-New Year's affair, created in my Coll-AH-ge Too altered book, I recycled some gift wrapping paper and the rest of a napkin Valerie sent to me. The words were computer generated using the "Shotgun" font. I just love how the snowflakes show through the white of the snow people.
Although I received a lot of gifts under my trees this year, I will show them at a later time when I have a chance to photograph them. Today is all about Bleubeard, Squiggles, and the gifts Sally and I gave them.
That lovely cat bed is for Squiggles, although Bleubeard has never had a cat bed. Apparently she has a lot of love for Squiggles, because she has never given Bleubeard a gift at Christmas before. Another strange dynamic for "our family" (mainly me) to ponder.
The two mice, also filled with catnip, are to be shared by the "boys." Since Squiggles got such an elaborate gift, I gave Bleubeard the 50 lbs of catnip pillow.
I got the lavender cat collar on the left for Squiggles, and the small sized dog collar for Bleubeard. That size fits his neck better, especially in the winter, when he's all fluffy. The cat collars don't extend far enough for his big head. But don't tell him, because his head is big enough already!
As an update on Journal 52, the web site is back, but there are no new prompts after week 50. I keep thinking if I stick around long enough, I'll learn the last two prompts. But I fear it's definitely time to call this project concluded.
Now that we've all seen what the "boys" got for Christmas, let's head to the Snowman's Ball after we visit both Art Journal Journey and Moo-Mania and More where artists are busy creating art for your viewing pleasure that fits these two challenge prompts.