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Thursday, January 31, 2008

TIF February

Sharon B has set the Feb Take it Further challenge . This time the concept is a question. What are old enough to remember? Well I personally don't want to remember that far back - for personal reasons. So I have no option but to work with the colour this time round.
OK - I have several things to do for Feb now:

  1. Historical Heirlooms homework and design work for my first assessment piece
  2. Preparation for a workshop I have been asked to do on Feb 9th on making postcards.
  3. This TIF challenge.

When am I going to get the time to do anything????? HELP

4 comments:

Guzzisue said...

Historical Heirlooms, presume this is c&G course? remember looking at doing something like this a couple of years ago, decided to leave it then they stopped running the course at our local college so I will probably never get the chance now.

Jocelyn in NZ said...

You could still do the concept part of the challenge by looking at the question a little differently... What am I old enough to remember? I am old enough to remember to always put my keys in the same place so I can find them again. I am old enough to remember to have an annual medical checkup. I am old enough to remember to always wear clean underwear (LOL). Just a suggestion. :)

Nikki said...

The colors look like they will be fun to work with, but the question does open a lot of possibilities. Being old enough to remember something doesn't mean it has to be that long ago. When I think relative to my kids, I'm old enough to remember a lot. My thoughts go anywhere from life before the computers or the internet to various TV commercials. Just think about life before email and internet shopping! and that wasn't that long ago. Good luck with the challenge and everything you have on your plate.

MargaretR said...

Good vibes coming your way Anna. Just a little help to getting all those things done.