The Written Word

mmm-writtenwordThis week it’s my turn to issue the challenge.  I have chosen “the written word” as your prompt.  You are, as always, very welcome to interpret this in whichever way you like.  I can’t wait to see what everyone does with this.

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65 Comments on “The Written Word”

  1. mixedmediamonday Says:

    If you’d like to see more about my journal page, it’s here: http://dianesartyantics.blogspot.com/

  2. femmy Says:

    mine is on my blog here


  3. […] mijn bijdrage voor Mixed Media Monday: het geschreven woord. Here my entry for Mixed Media Monday: the written […]

  4. B Says:

    Diane, thanks for the challenge. I love your Seusical piece! Here’s my interpretation:
    http://haendi.wordpress.com/2009/03/08/word-up/

  5. Marie Says:

    Diane, your sample picture is exquisite.
    Thanks for the challenge. My “Written Word” picture is on my blog.

  6. Rosie Says:

    What a great theme Diane! I made a card for a friend in need of a hug…

    http://alteredartandstuff.wordpress.com/2009/03/08/the-written-word-2/

  7. Kersten Says:

    My tin is posted to my blog. Thanks for stopping by!

  8. Kersten Says:

    Mine is posted to my blog. Thanks for stopping by!

  9. Frankie Says:

    What great entries from everyone. I enjoyed this theme very much. The finished piece is on my blog – thanks for looking
    Frankie
    xx

    http://dragon-dragonsweb.blogspot.com/2009/03/journey-of-thousand-miles.html

  10. Jenni Says:

    Hello! Here is my piece for this week. It feels good to come back after being gone for almost a year!LOL!

  11. Kaz Says:

    brilliant theme, and stunning sample.
    this is my first entry for AGES!!! thanks for a lovely theme…

    http://notkaz.blogspot.com/2009/03/mixed-media-monday-written-word.html

  12. Diana Evans Says:

    Hi Everyone….what a fun challenge!!!

    http://dianaevans.blogspot.com/2009/03/mixed-media-monday-written-word-le-mot.html

    thanks for popping by and saying hello!!!

    Hugs
    Diana

  13. indybev Says:

    You set the bar high, Diane, with your lovely example. I aimed for a primitive art look. Loved the idea of using word art!

    Here’s mine.http://indybev.blogspot.com/2009/03/mixed-mdia-monday-words.html

  14. ~*~Patty Says:

    Brilliant Diane, great quote and inspiration piece again this week! Thank you!

    Here is my postcard:

    http://bitze.wordpress.com/2009/03/08/sun-garden/


  15. I did this page, then forgot to post a comment here! Better late than never, I hope! You can see it by clicking HERE

  16. Anni Says:

    My written word is on my blog – thanks for looking

  17. Leila Says:

    Here is my entry. Great theme.
    http://www.leikku.vuodatus.net/blog/1844302

    Have a nice day!

    Leila

  18. Sue Says:

    Interesting theme, made me think!!
    Here is my entry
    http://sroddis.blogspot.com/2009/03/written-word.html

  19. wil Says:

    My entry is on my blog.
    .
    thanks for looking.

  20. Alberta Says:

    I’m all about the written word. This journal page was made with the paint left on my palette. Another artist inspired me with her words of wisdom.


  21. What a fantastic piece of artwork to inspire us. My entry for this week is on my blog. Thanks for having a look.

  22. Christine Says:

    My entry is on my blog
    Thanks for looking.


  23. Here is my entry for this challenging challenge!

    Faye’s Entry

    Faye

  24. Ahkeraliisa Says:

    Here`s my altered page. Thank`s for looking and for a nice theme.

  25. Melisa Says:

    This was a great excuse to work in my “altered text” book. Here’s mine – http://www.virtuallydesigned.com/gottamake/2009/03/09/a-good-laugh/

  26. RubyMay Says:

    wonderful theme !
    here is my mini book page .
    Thanks for looking x


  27. A brilliant challenge.

    You can find mine on my blog.

    Thank you for looking.

  28. Diane B Says:

    This was super fun to do!
    Check out my blog for my written word verse:
    http://alteredbookstudio.blogspot.com/
    thanks…
    Diane


  29. Hi, this is my take on ‘the written word’, thanks for looking. Olivia

    http://fibrenubie.blogspot.com


  30. Hi,

    This is my first submission, and I had a great time doing it. Love checking everyone’s work, so creative

    http://amyjodef.blogspot.com/

    Thanks
    Amy

  31. Thea Says:

    Hello
    My card is on my blog
    http://theablogger.blogspot.com/
    greetings Thea

  32. deb Says:

    Here is mine, first time of playing along for ages, great theme Diane.

    http://lifegoesondeb.blogspot.com/2009/03/one-piece-two-challenges.html

  33. AliMayes Says:

    Great theme and a superb example for us too.
    My entry is here
    Thanks for looking,
    Ali xx

  34. p Says:

    heres mine

  35. Francoise Says:

    brilliant theme and greats layout !!
    here is my entry

    http://www.couleursetmixedmedia.com/article-28881151.html
    thanks for looking

  36. Doris O. Says:

    A challenging challenge……………..Here’s mine http://strandsandstitches.typepad.com/strandsandstitches/

  37. B. Neal Says:

    My postcard is pictured on my blog. Enjoy and Be True To Yourself. :)Bea

  38. Lumilyon Says:

    I would like to post something I made some time ago – I hope that’s ok. The words on the paper were written by my grandfather who I never met.

    http://lumilyon.blogspot.com/2009/01/forgetting.html

    Thanks for looking

  39. Lottie Says:

    Lovely work on your blogs – here is my attempt.

    http://atcsbylottie.blogspot.com

  40. Fannie Says:

    Thanks, Diane!

    Here’s my submission: http://fanniesartjournaling.blogspot.com/2009/03/truth.html

    Thanks for another inspiring week!


  41. […] entry for Mixed-Media Monday’s challenge, The Written Word. This is nothing like what I envisioned. I was going to take pictures and make another tutorial, […]


  42. In at the last minute… here’s my entry, haha. I borrowed some of Lewis Carrols words about words.

    http://cassandramarie.wordpress.com/

  43. RaiulBaztepo Says:

    Hello!
    Very Interesting post! Thank you for such interesting resource!
    PS: Sorry for my bad english, I’v just started to learn this language 😉
    See you!
    Your, Raiul Baztepo


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