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Prompt6ix! Personal Prompt #4

Prompt6ix is a weekly set of six words or phrases to interpret as an art journal page, a collage, an art quilt, a piece of mail art, an artist trading card, even a poem for this low intensity challenge. Each prompt will include at least one color and one "technique" or method as well as words or phrases to inspire your work.

Post your interpretation to the DY FB group, to the Flickr group, or add a link to your Flickr photo or blog post in the Mister Linky box. Be sure to link to the exact page where we'll find your work, rather than the home page.

Read the introduction to Prompt6ix here!

{Here's a link to all of the Prompt6ix Prompts}

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Reader Comments (5)

Tammy love your little houses. Can't wait to work on this one.

01.22.2013 | Unregistered CommenterBoo

Agree those houses are cute! Enjoy how you name a colour in a non matching font colour.
These prompts are great as this week inspiration was already waiting... :) Thank you.

Love the 6ix inspirations. I'm doing weekly seven-item art journal challenges at Two Peas too, but I must say I like what comes up through 6ix here a lot more than there!

01.24.2013 | Unregistered CommenterEllen

Posted #4 to Flickr group & Facebook...really fun, looking forward to next week.

01.25.2013 | Unregistered CommenterJoy

I almost forgot to post the result for #4 here! (already on fb and on my blog - oh - need to go to flickr as well)
Me too - looking forward to the next one :)

01.28.2013 | Unregistered CommenterJana

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