I'm sharing more cards today made from the Papertrey Ink Don't Forget To Write Kit. I spent some time die cutting and stamping flowers, stamping a sentiment then adding typed words with my vintage typewriter and selecting papers and envelopes.
May 24, 2016
May 21, 2016
In my previous post, I shared a card making station that I set up. Here's my first batch of note cards.
May 20, 2016
Long time no blog, friends. It's been a very busy month around here with Mother's Day, graduations, birthdays, end of school activities, softball, etc. I made it over the hump and finally took some time to do something just for me. After spending way too much money of store bought cards recently I decided to take some time to set up a card making station. It's one of my favorite things to do.....just gather up stamps, papers, washi tape, embellishments and more and organize them all in a vintage basket. The perfect little set up to help create some hand made cards.
March 21, 2016
I've had a lot of people take notice of my Travel Sketch Rolls that I use to tote around my art supplies. By request I've added some to my shop. They measure about 9" x 13" unfolded so they're smaller than your average brush roll. I can tuck in all the supplies you see below. This assortment holds my metal travel paint palette, pens, brushes, pencil, eraser and more.
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March 14, 2016
I've been practicing my watercolor clouds which resulted in a nice little pile of pretty landscapes.
March 4, 2016
This month I'm setting a goal for a daily landscape sketch using my #closetohome hashtag on my Instagram account. Today I'm sharing some miniature landscapes created with beautiful handmade watercolors.
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February 26, 2016
So when it comes to storage for almost anything, plastic is not an option for me. I love handmade, fabric, wood or something vintage. Below you can see my art pouch that I made to hold an assortment of art supplies. I can dump it all in and I just love rummaging around for things. I keep some charcoal pencils and things that get dusty and chalky contained in vintage metal pencil cases found while thrifting. My pouch is broken in well now and it's soft and slouchy and I love it. All vintage fabrics, of course.in my shop right now. If there's interest I may make more + I've experimented with flat pencil cases and different sizes.
There's just something about handmade and vintage that speaks to me. It feels more special and has more meaning.
Plus it's a one of a kind item.
February 23, 2016
Sharing an entry in my artist journal. Today it's watercolored teacups. I started by sketching first with pencil then using my Lamy Safari fountain pen...ink is not waterproof.