Monthly Archives: May 2013

Link Love: RSS, Feminism and Flickr

May is over already, can you believe it? Spring exploded after a very long winter and now everything is lush green. Next up: summer days. How will we spend our summer days? I could revisit last years Summer Manifesto, a … Continue reading

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My Desk, No Gloss

I know lots of people who function brilliantly within a chaotic studio. I’m just not one of them. I need spareness but… I’m no neatnik (!) so order doesn’t come naturally to me. It’s an ongoing effort. A big effort. … Continue reading

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How to Use video to Document Life

It was such lovely weather this weekend that we did a short hike of 8 kilometers through the woods. I took quite a few photos with my pink compact camera (Ixus 115 HS). It also shoots HD video, something I … Continue reading

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365 Collages | Week 21

One of this weeks collages is called When in need – anything goes. It means that any bit of paper you have can become a collage. That a collage can come together in a gazillion ways. If you have three … Continue reading

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A Pink Moment in the City

Happiness is when you see a glimmer of your favorite colour as you’re walking through the inner city of Stockholm. You are walking towards the shops, but change rout and are drawn in… Please follow and like:Related PostsCan new washi … Continue reading

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Crocheting with Tricot

I have t-shirt yarn. Balls of cut and rolled fabric. But the thing I enjoy most is crocheting with it, not cutting it up and making it. So when I found these huge spools of already made tricot “yarn” I … Continue reading

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Creative Lettering – Techniques & Tips from Top Artists

Writing is a form of therapy; sometimes I wonder how all those who do not write, compose or paint can manage to escape the madness, melancholia, the panic and fear which is inherent in a human situation. Graham Greene If … Continue reading

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Birds on a Picnic

When visiting Gotland I hand felted and sculptured a little bird. Then I embellished him like crazy, adding sequins to the chest, curly and coloured wool to the bum and yellow wings for him to fly with: Please follow and … Continue reading

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The last pages of Vol 2

The last pages of Smart Journal volume 2 are as full of summer and brightness as the previous pages of this journal. It’s about time I start with a new summer journal, though I still have a few pages left … Continue reading

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365 Collages | Week 20

Hand over the Scissors Another seven collages finished and all I can say is: I still love project 365 Collages! Please follow and like:Related PostsGoing back to basics with your Artwork 365 Collages | Week 10 365 Collages | Week … Continue reading

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