as far as i can tell, burnt umber color burst was designed especially so that would-be mehndi artists like myself could practice our henna tattoo skills in our sketchbooks. right??
this yarn is called "treasure" and seems to be living up to its name.
not to be conceited, but when the olympic committee FINALLY recognizes gift wrapping as a sport, i'm pretty confident i can bring home the silver for team usa!
last week's #sisters with heart in art prompt was TRANSPARENCY. i used distress crayons and gelatos to draw some super-loose flowers on top of a vintage paper collage; then covered it with wrinkly deli paper. the results were more "interesting" than "good" imo, but i had a lot of fun essperimenting with this, which in a lot of ways i enjoy more, anyhow...
i found out via social media wednesday night that am definitely not the only adult who still watches "it's the great pumpkin charlie brown" every year. i may be the only one who has decided henceforth to always doodle all over a colorbust-painted pumpkin while it's on, though...
hope your weekend will be full of good weather, virtuously accomplished chores, some crafty "me time" and maybe even a tasty treat or two! ♥♥♥
Great post, Lauren! Please visit the Sisterhood of Snarky stampers... Jo xReplyDelete
Thanks for the heads up Jo, Im THRILLED to be queen & jump in with you guys next week! Ileft a comment on the post Tuesday night & emailed Miss Chris for the deets! Planning to work on my card this weekend! :)Delete
I get to see some of you "extracurricular" craft activities via Insta, but I didn't see that gift wrap job... GOLD! GOLD! GOLD!ReplyDelete
All fantastic for sure ... love them allReplyDelete
Love them all.ReplyDelete
Again a whole bunch of 11's 10 isn't high enough. Gorgeous creations, even the one you are not as impressed with (I am though) as far as the olympic event you would win GOLD!!!!ReplyDelete