Some of you may know I’ve been working on a poetry book.
It was all going well, and then I reached a bit of a dead end. I can’t seem to figure out a good cover for it!
So, please comment below with links to your favorite book covers. Maybe I’ll get some inspiration. 😀
Every so often, I get an urge to do something crafty. “Crafty” here means having to do with crafts, not cunning plans (though it may amount to the same thing). Today was one of those days, so I stopped by ye olde
curiosity shoppe Dollar Tree and picked up some frames, because I’m cheap that way.
Remember this quote from Heretics? I couldn’t find a great graphic of it online, so I decided to make one. Here’s the printout (click for full size):
(The flourish is from Pixabay – I know they don’t require attribution, but I always feel like I should…habit!)
I picked up this little blue frame because it goes with my color scheme, but I wasn’t sure what picture to put in it. I finally settled on the plans for the Nautilus (Disney version), along with Nemo’s motto, Mobilis in Mobili (“moving amidst mobility”). Completely nerdy, but I love it. 🙂
Last bit of craftiness: I love triptychs, so thought I’d try creating one. I found this whale picture uploaded by the Biodiversity Heritage Library, cleaned it up a little, and split it in three. It was more difficult than I expected, but I think it turned out ok! This one and the Chesterton quote I’ll probably be putting up on the wall at work.
Well, that’s it for now, but I have more ideas (and wall space), so there may be a part 2 to come. 😉