Overcome Power of Fear study: Mathew 10:31 "Fear ye not therefore, ya are of more value than many sparrows.
Hello blog readers! This has been a wonderful Fall day, and I had a wonderful walk this morning. I really love these Fall days so far. Last week for the first day of Fall my husband and I decided to enjoy the outside as it wasn't quite as hot. We drove down to the river walk. You remember he recently had a hip replacement so he isn't doing long distance walking. But , I sat him on a bench and I took a short walk along the river. There were others enjoying the lovely day, too, including a jogging father with a baby buggy and a dog. We saw lots of interesting walkers, but I didn't photograph them. Here are just a few photos.
|Keeper of the Plains standing at the point where the Big and Little Arkansas rivers join together in downtown Wichita. The sculpture is by renowned Kiowa-Comanche artist Blackbear Bosin|
|looking the opposite direction|
|My husband's view while waiting for me: Exploration Place, a Science and discovery center.|
And after our or my walk, we went to our favorite burger joint, where we split a chili burger and a half order of fries. But of course we got our root beers, and took refills with us.
I am joining up with Elizabeth & Bleubeard over at Altered Book Lover for TSFT. Come on over and join us. Every we week we just include a beverage reference on our post and link up with her for a lovely tea party .
Here is the craft I worked on today. The technique challenge on SplitcoastStampers today was super fun! I didn't take photos of the process, only the resulting cards. But, basically, you use your die cut for a stencil. So I die cut the lantern. Then I sponged through the die cut negative my colors. Then I put the actual die cut, the lantern in the negative and stenciled through it, then removed it. I used different oxide colors. Then that was my card; I just added a sentiment and added three stickers, and added it to a panel, then to the base. Meanwhile, I used the die itself on a card. How cool is that? One technique= two cards.
Thank you for stopping by today. I appreciate it. I wish you a great week!