“Can I go over to Christi’s house?” “Can Maria come over?” As a kid, I was always asking to go to a friends house or to have a friend or two come over. Now I am an adult and I still want to play! So I am interrupting my grown up day for a little play!
How do we find time to play with people like us now that we’re adults with day to day responsibilities? The internet! I am starting a new feature each week on the blog, called Let’s Play, so that we can all be inspired by each other.
Now that means you and me! I’ll share something and you share something. Remember, no matter where we are on our creative journey, it is inspiring to others so share the fun.
But what if you don’t have a blog? You don’t have to have one! You only need to have a photo of what you’re creating. You can upload it directly to the link party. If you’ve got a url to a photo you can link it up (like Flicker, G+, Instragam, Google+, etc) and we can all then leave you some comment love. Need help understanding urls? Click here for how to find URLS.
Here’s my play for this week and boy did I get stuck on the layer that should have been the easiest! I started with a page from a cardboard journal I made and then let friends in the Facebook group tell me what to do next. I randomly picked a comment after each layer, or I should say Random.org picked the comments. I had no idea where it was going from one layer to the next- a great bit thank you to everyone for their suggestions! It was so much fun I will be doing this again!
Watch Art journaling when I have no idea where it is going on YouTube.
Link up etiquette
- If you see something you like, leave a comment on their photo or blog post and show some love – let them know they inspired you!
- Share your recent play (any form of creativity is welcome) that hasn’t been linked up to a Let’s Play before
- Add a link back to to this post so that others can find it, be sparked, and join the fun!
- Opens each Tuesday at 6am EST
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