My inspiration mosaic for May 2010. You can click on the image to get all the credit links at flickr, where you will be further inspired by even more photos by these lovely artists – or view this mosaic big for a closer look. :-) More inspiration in May. View big. More creative inspiration I […]
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Month: May 2010
I mentioned in my previous post how I altered the second batch a bit, allowing myself some creative freedom. I took the time to colour in all the little me in the sketch of me and Smilla. I have a jeans skirt on, but after a few of those I changed the skirt colour because […]
Making a zine is a lot of fun, and it includes many steps even after all the text is written, edited, layouted and printed… Decorating the covers of the first batch with scrapbook leftover papers, sewing on papers like it was fabric patches. Stapling together papers with a stapler that does not open wide enough. […]
It matters not how strait the gate how charged with punishments the scroll I am the master of my fate I am the captain of my soul William Earnest Henley After going XL on brown paper I decided to go extra small (XS) with another experiment! What I did was tear the big painted sheet […]
Adopt this philosophy: When it comes to art journals, anything worth doing is worth overdoing! Quote from the book True colors (found at The Altered page) Love this quote! And so appropriate, because overdoing is my favorite thing to do too. Last month I did a few flowers on brown paper and noticed how much […]
It’s been such beautiful weather I have spent lots of time outside, plus this weekend we had a embroidery exhibit that I will write more about later. But today I thought I’d show you some of the cute stuff that has been raining in here. Thanks my friends!
I was on my way to a friend when I walked by this an few houses. When I notice that it has this nice pink hue I stop, take up my camera and snap a photo. Later I play with the photo in Photoshop; adding a blue sky and some white fluffy clouds, removing a […]
A few more spreads from my Pink Sketchbook where I continue to explore my favorite colour. Have you started yours yet? Let me know where I can view it in the comments below, I’m dead curious! Related PostsList Prompt #6: Crayon Colours Coloring with water soluble oil pastels Buttons brings out that childhood collector
Every man’s work, whether it be literature or music or pictures or architecture or anything else, is always a portrait of himself. Samuel Butler I have wanted to do a zine of my own for a few years now. It’s been a longing in my chest that could not be silenced, that shouldn’t have to […]
I will make my present as close to my future as I possibly can. That is the secret. Love where you are. Make the most of it. Get to the feeling of what you are after. That is what you are searching for anyway. Happiness. SuziBlu Lately I have missed making square collages, like a […]
Remember these? Some of the papers I was filling with colours turned into postcards, some sent out, others waiting for stamps and/or occasion. I love how they look: And while the sewing machine was out, I made two fabric postcards too: Fun fun fun! What did you make today?
Images by others, that inspire me this spring. Related PostsInspiration Mosaic January 2011 Exercises that will silence the Inner Critic and nurture your Creativity I am Inspired by…