Karen and Ann
Ann started off the collaborative adventure with this tribute to her mother. She used the stencil page in two ways, and a piece of the book page.
Karen also enjoyed using the book page, the stencil, and this was her first experience playing with the watercolor pencils.
Ann tried using some of the hand-made paper on this one.
Karen wasn't in the mood to be creative, but didn't let that stop her...and she felt better afterwards!
Ann's turn again, and this time she incorporated a flower from an adult coloring book.
This is Karen's page, expressing the bitter-sweetness of letting go of old projects and embracing the new.
This is another grief related piece by Ann. Grief has been a big journey in her life, and has led to much growth. There will always be a missing piece of her heart, though.
I love this page by Karen, so elegant and simple, and expressing a beautiful message.