Friday, June 28, 2013

Share the Link Love: Fourth of July

I took this photo on a recent walk around the neighborhood.
 It's Uncle Sam waving and riding a bicycle!
Uncle Sam's bicycle wheels rotate if there's a breeze,
and if there is,  
it all swivels back and forth.  Fun yard art!

Thank you to creative friend and follower Debra, She Who Seeks,
for reminding me that the twirling, whirly yard art Uncle Sam shown above is a whirligig
That word takes me back to a time gone by. Thanks again, She Who Seeks!

 

You have to love a nation that celebrates its independence every July 4, not with a parade of guns, tanks, and soldiers who file by the White House in a show of strength and muscle, but with family picnics where kids throw Frisbees, the potato salad gets iffy, and the flies die from happiness.  You may think you have overeaten, but it is patriotism. 
 ~Erma Bombeck

 
Hooray!
The time has come to share some links I've been saving up for you:

 
The Crafty Chica shows how to make some cute fabric scrap earrings.
 
 
Mortar board art was seen at graduation recently at Texas Woman's University,
Denton, where I earned my Master of Library Science degree.  That's so creative!

 
Just Janet previews the fun crafty, artsy book Mixed Media Art Adventures by Mahe Zehra Husain. Thank you Janet, my creative friend, for following my blog!

 
Textile Recycler took some students to the Heidelberg Project in Detroit
regarding found object art as school art installations.
Cool project with awesome "in-progress" photos like the one below via Textile Recycler.
Thank you Textile Recycler, my creative friend, for following my blog!
 
 
Tracey Fletcher King is loving the color prompts in Summer of Color (or colour as Tracey spells it).
Thank you Tracey, my creative friend, for following my blog!
 
~Cheryl Gee thanks Tammy at Daisy Yellow for hosting the Share the Link Love and Index Card a DayYou're amazing. Cheryl would also like to thank everyone who follows this blog or comments on her art and creativity. 
               
                                         

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