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Episode 69: All Tangled Up

Amy Podcast | Uncategorized


~ knots… and tangles… and the beauty therein… except for the fact that I still haven’t freed my chair from the cabinet!
~ an essay on a messy waterclor tray
~ a walk through Journal Revolution (by Karen Woods and Linda Dinino)
~ thematic creative prompt: Tangle
~ book: A Bird Or Two: a Story About Henri Matisse (an old one – check your library)
~ and more… Plus, great podsafe music. (Length: 42 min )

Featured Podsafe Music:
Intro Clip: Jim Fidler ~ All I Really Wanted [PMN]
Amy Dalley – Or Not
Slackstring – Sun Will Shine Again [PNM]

Journal Revolution
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5 thoughts on “Episode 69: All Tangled Up

  1. about to order my journal revolution book… can’t wait to get it. :) listening to the show, awesome so far. love the discussion of the matisse book ! :)))))

  2. You know, about the knots, there’s always the Gordian knot solution…scissors! Though I can never resist the challenge of a good knot or tangle…generally a true exercise in patience.
    Be easy on yourself!
    Peace,
    Joy

  3. Amy, I have to say I love that you talk about children’s books that you enjoy. I’m a children’s librarian and your favorites often show up in my storytimes after I’ve had a chance to get them in and look them over. Many of your project ideas have also made their way into my ArtKids program. Keep up the good work, I love it!

  4. I enjoyed the show. You did so well plugging Journal Revolution that I ordered it last week (through your blog here).
    I am half way through it and am enjoying it.
    Thanks for all the work you do on the CMP.

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