A ragtag mix of mostly arts and crafts, sewing, yoga, travels, food and figuring out how to live life to its fullest as a retired teacher!
and then I showed you what I had gotten to last Sunday:
and here is what I have since then... it is a slow process for me.
And it is also what is on my workdesk today!
Linked to: WOYWW
The process might be slow, but the end result is worth it. That's a great colourful page and well designed too, I would say!Have a nice week,RosA # 145 (a bit late)
Thanks RosA. LOL You aren't much later than I was for WOYWW... I was #144! Guess I need to post it in the mornings to not be at the end! No worries... it's still fun!
Hi again Rhonda, Well it's actually Thurs here but I try to do a WOYWW post if at all possible. Here, (in Australia), if you want to get in early with WOYWW the timing just doesn't suit me at the moment :) but Julia sometimes changes her post timing, depending on the season, or something. Thanks for coming back and looking at those pages. I have no trouble dreaming up backgrounds but getting past that just has me stumped (at the moment)! So, I await inspiration!RosA
wonderful!!! lovely and very spring! :D Makes me smile! Lovely and thanks for your visit! :D
Thanks for the nice words! And thank you for coming by my blog!
Hi, nice to meet you. Your progressive photos are very interestin. I think I will try beginning a piece at the first of the week and add to it each day. Great idea.
Thanks! I wanted to document the process and it still has a long ways to go but it is a start! Thanks for stopping in to say hello!
love what you've added so bright and fun, especially the swirlies. did you color those blocks in?
Thanks... still trying to figure out where to go from here -- Cathy's class is very doodle heavy! Most of the colors were filled in with Posca Paint markers and the top yellow and the orange one in the middle were Copic markers.Thanks for popping by my blog!
Love your doodles and use of colors. Thanks.
Thanks Gloria! Nice of you to stop by!
Rhonda...I do my paintings in moleskine books, canvas, strathmore paper, and wood. :) thanks for asking.
Love the Frida ones... I would love to go to Mexico and see the Casa Azul... what a treat! I also love Day of the Dead!
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