Explore has demanded a lot more thinking than I had expected and in the middle of the chaos of the last week of term, DSs birthday and a host of other demands, I hadn't bargained on having to use my brain! But it has ticked away in the background and the above photos are the fruit of my labours.
Adventure, Maps and Perfection - quite a broad spectrum, but they made me remember happy travels, recalled my childhood love of maps and helped me to count my blessings - family, friends, the world around us, faith, and the satisfaction of having found my perfect hobbies.
The map flower was created as I had already seen these being made by my crop mate Yvette, for her daughter's wedding and had wanted to have a go. I hope to make it up to a bunch sometime or other! I also loved the Kerouac inspiration - one of my favourite books. The circles on the page for journalling were pure serendipity, and I managed a quick play with map bits (from an old travel book in the car) - just inked circles, a dabble with spirals and a flower made map bits.