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A Fun Craft-a-Doodle Challenge for kids

During studio time (a now sought after thing) that includes crafts, creative exploration and lunch, we doodled for quite a while. We were really inspired by the book Craft-a-doodle that I reviewed yesterday. We (two grown ups and two kids aged 5 and 12) had a great time. For the first exercise I read them […]

iHanna Drawing a Mandala

I have seen mandala drawings and zentangle doodles online for years, and I’ve experimented with them myself. I’ve found Mandlas in collage and through photography, and if you know my fascination with the circle this comes as no surprise. I’ve even doodled a few before (but they’ve been more flower like). But now I’ve fallen […]

What I Wore today

What I wore today, in drawing. First I was doing an exercise to create a 6 minute diary page l Linda Barry, author of the book What It Is (that I own and totally recommend, it’s awesome). She wrote: Why is it so hard to keep up a diary? IT ISNT! Not if you […]

Music doodles

Today I’m sharing a few of my scribbles that I did while listening to music, and letting the music inspire me. I thought today was a good day to share these because I’m at a music festival called Peace & Love today and listening to some cool bands. It’s out of my usual zone of […]

Art Journaling Bunny Power

April, a doodle with coloured pencils on a piece of black paper, that I later taped into the ongoing Art Journal: Can you believe that April is soon over? Wow, it just swooshed past me! The right page is watercolour paper. I used water soluble coloured pencils to draw the bunnies, then water to colour […]