Monthly Archives: March 2009

Cha cha changes

There is just so much to do! Be warned now; it’s not always going to be the same. There is always going to be changes and it’s going to be good. If you can keep an open mind about it, … Continue reading

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Brayer Adventures with Acrylic Paint

I’m on roll right now, every since I bought myself a brayer! Have you ever visited Tammy’s blog Daisy Yellow? It’s about Art Journaling and if you’re into that stuff you’ll not leave in a haste from her blog. It’s … Continue reading

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A little bag of candy for an artist

A bag of candy – for an artist… Please follow and like:Related PostsCreative – little by little, day by day Video | Creativity on Instagram How to use Water Soluble Oil Pastels creating backgrounds

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Mandala – an image of your perspective

We see mandalas everywhere, as they are made popular on the internet by artists that draw, doodle, collage and create them in different materials. But what is a mandala, really? Here is one answer: Mandala is a concentric diagram having … Continue reading

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White bunny on red red red bag

I made a red bag with a white bunny print lining. I love how it looks, but my journal doesn’t fit inside. It will end up in my etsy shop for sure. Please follow and like:Related PostsSewing day in iHanna’s … Continue reading

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Don’t iron your Four Leaf Clover

My clarity comes in the form of writing. When all else fails, when I don’t know which step to take next, or how to hold myself up any longer, all that I do know, is that i need to write. … Continue reading

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Monoprinting with Acrylic Paint i

In this world it is so easy to get pulled about in a million different directions and there seem to be so many outside pressures to conform to this and that and to keep up with everybody else. It?s all … Continue reading

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Dry Brush Effects in my Art Journal

I have had the best weekend in ages. Free from blogs and internet, and filled with culture and my kind of City Adventures. I’ve been to an art museum, a classical concert, spent time with old and new friend talking … Continue reading

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Pretty little purses & pouches

There are several books in the Pretty little-series from Lark Books and I’ve been browsing through them lately. They are perfect gifts for yourself or a creative friend that wants to sew but are not that advanced (yet). My favorite … Continue reading

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Doily flower power field tote

Creativity is my religion – amen to that sister!iHanna Thrifted doilies love – orange and pink. Cheap awesome material that makes me happy! Field tote – a tote to take out to the field, with a field of flowers on. … Continue reading

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