With Spring and its glorious greens and flowers finally blooming I can't help but create art using cheerful colors. For this first project I created a small canvas for the Simon Monday Challenge Blog theme "not so mellow yellow".
Products: 3 x 3 canvas; yellow tissue paper; Mustard Staz-On ink (Tsukineko); music rubber stamp (All Night Media); red mulberry paper; image, sentiment collage sheets (ARTchix Studio); metallic thread; vintage buttons. I'm also linking this to Creative Every Day.
Next up are two cards I'm linking to the Simon Wednesday Challenge Blog. Theme-"keep it clean and simple"-featuring Hero Arts products.
Products: pink card stock (the Paper Studio); rubber stamp (Hero Arts); Versafine Balck Onyx ink (Tsukineko); fabric tapes, paper flower (Recollections); rhinestone.
Products: pink card stock (the Paper Studio); rubber stamp (Hero Arts); Versafine Vintage Sepia ink (Tsukineko); paper flowers, fabric tapes (Recollections); tiny buttons (Gary Burlin and Co.)
As you can see I am thoroughly enjoying using the new washi tapes I talked about the last few posts:)
Just for fun I played around with origami and made this cute little owl:
And for T Stands For Tuesday with Bleubeard and Elizabeth and friends:
I took my pot of Tulsi tea and cup up to my art table to enjoy while doing more drawing lessons in my journal. It was completely safe to have my cup there as I took the brush rinsing jar away and wasn't working with anything other than pencil and pen:).
This is a journal page I had done about the tea:
And I want to thank Dawn-whom I believe I first "met" through Elizabeth's blog for sending me this sweet surprise for Easter:
I may be away from the computer most of the day (and if I am you'll soon know why:) but will eventually be around to visit. And thank YOU for stopping by. Have a great Tuesday!
" Love is not something you think about, it's a state in which you dwell." Christopher Moore