Or, FULL CROW MOON or FULL CRUST MOON or FULL SAP MOON. That should give you quite a variety of themes to work with for the month of March. Posting of links to see your finished items will be the week of the 29th of March.
This is my block for March, FULL CRUST MOON. My thought was that snow by March gets crusty and hard and a little peaked from winds blowing it around. My moon is hazy because it can't make up it's mind if it's going to snow or rain the next day.
Spring is starting to announce itself, you can see the ice breaking up in the stream and of course my Storyteller and her kids.
And, yes, I know, I was supposed to be working on the baby quilt.
I added three more layers to the graffiti canvas. I added some torn scrapbook paper and some text paper then some heavy body acrylic paint applied with a scraper, then I taped some portions and again gave it a light wash with Titan Buff acrylic paint, added one of my favorite stamps, the spiral and that's it for today. Before I added all these new layers I gave the whole canvas a good sanding with my sandpaper. It created some interesting surfaces for the new layers. If you click on the picture you can see how much depth there is now from the layers. In person you can look at this canvas and see down through the layers, it's so cool to do.
It's lunch time and I have some householder chores to do then back over to the studio before I pick up Murphy as puppy day care. Then I go pick up Riley from day care and she and I get to have dinner together. That's always a fun event. I can't wait until we can actually go OUT for dinner and not be spooning sweet potatoes and oatmeal into her mouth.