Creative Challenge: Create an art piece that helps show the many flavors of your childhood.
Creative Prompts (use 'em if you need 'em!):
1. Fill a glass jar with your favorite flavors from your childhood to use as design element in your home.
2. Create a greeting card using food items as prompts for a witty greeting. (ex. Using a graphic of a strawberry to show someone how "berry-happy" you are that they're in your life.)
3. Create a photo collage of sweets foods relating to the days of the week. (ex. Mints for Mondays, Twizzlers for Tuesday, etc.)
4. Give someone a kiss and create a scrapbook layout describing what memory taste you experienced at that moment.
Here's Jennifer's take on the challenge:
For this challenge, I decided to use my favourite wedding picture.. which we look so young in by the way! hee! Can't believe how time flies! This was taken 10 years ago.. and when I think of this day, I think of the wonderful sweet smells and sights of spring.. sweet memories indeed! We got married on April 22nd.. and in Canada, it can still be quite chilly then.. but it was such a gorgeous day! The sun was shining, the air was crisp.. the promise of summer everywhere you looked. To represent this, I used a handmade fabric flower (reminds me of my bouquet and the flowers all around), feathers and a bird charm.. safety pinned onto the flower along with a crystal gem. In the black frame, I placed the cream Jenni Bowlin butterfly rub on onto plain white carstock, trimmed it and then framed it. This little collage brings back all of the memories of our wedding day! ..such wonderful sweet memories!