The latest Craft Barn challenge is L and I looked long and hard to find a word that no one would come up with that I could also find a way to depict in art.
I stamped the sheep/lamb three times until I was sure I had it right. Each time it was stamped as perfect as I am capable of stamping. Then I stamped it on the gold joss paper and some of the gold came off on the rubber stamp and the black looked distorted under the light of the scanner. You just have to believe it's a sheep with a bow around its neck.
Also in the same American Heritage Dictionary was this drawing of parts of a lamb which is good to know in case you are a meat eater.
Besides the definition, letter, and illustration taken from the dictionary, I started with a gelli print with swirls of red and yellow, then added a colored doily and a piece of stamped joss paper. It all went in my altered book I've dedicated to this challenge.
Once again I visited everyone for the last Craft Barn challenge, but apologize because I am only on Blogger. If your link takes me to Facebook, Flickr, Instagram, or Pinterest, I can't comment, and often have the image blocked. For that I apologize, but with my slow internet connection and old computer, it's all I can do to keep my blog going. It's also obvious I'm having problems with my computer, since I've had this art finished since Wednesday. Also, I would have been by to visit my dear internet friends over the previous three days if I could have. Thanks to all for visiting, though, because it means the world to me.