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Sketchbook Explorations

A little while ago I came across a class over at Creative Bug that really inspired me to get back into playing in my sketchbook! I was looking for a fun art project that my daughter and I could work on together and discovered Lisa Congdon’s wonderful Sketchbook Explorations courses. They have really inspired both of us to start playing in our sketchbooks, in fact my daughter has nearly filled hers with doodles, patterns and drawings over the past month!

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exiety: ​{ 27.09.15 } » re-upload // I’m exhausted, and I still can’t shake this never-ending feeling that I don’t do nearly enough work. ✂️

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Take a BERRY Break (40 photos)

OMG! This place is in Minneapolis!! :). ///I need this place to be near me but I'm not in Minneapolis!!!

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Rainbow Trees From Up-cycled Plastics

Recycled plastic art | Anya Beaumont "Recently I worked with children from a local primary school to create this beautiful installation of rainbow trees. Initially I asked the children and staff to bring in any non-recyclable plastics they had at home or in school.... I talked to the children about the importance of thinking about what happens to an object after it has been used, and whether we really need many of the plastic items that seem to break so easily. We also discussed

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These 2-Sentence Horror Stories Will Give You Nightmares For 2 Weeks

Portal Interface: The power to interact with portals (mirrors, lakes/rivers, mist/fog, energy, etc.). sers of this ability can interact with portals which includes interacting with a specific area or location without physically being present.

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Greenway

You can get this vintage green 1940s bus to Agatha Christie's house Greenway, near Brixham, South Devon

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Henri Matisse The Cut-Outs….Now at the MoMA (The Sartorialist)

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Pompeii - a partially buried Roman town-city near modern Naples in the Italian region of Campania, in the territory of the comune of Pompei. Along with Herculaneum, Pompeii was partially destroyed and buried under 4 to 6 m (13 to 20 ft) of ash and pumice in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79.

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Another pinner wrote..."This is what happens when the production crew lets me have the car and some time to myself. Aberlemno, Scotland, near Forfar, inland from Carnoustie. Pictish ruins right by the country highway, down the street from a grade school. This stone likely 8th century A.D. (And it was a stick, right-side drive. So there.)"

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