…are bright enough to make us believe in Heaven.
When will I see you again? In a year, maybe ten? Into the pile you go…bye for now.
Take an old child’s board book and turn it into an art journal!
Technique: Create a background with vintage book pages applied with gel medium; let dry. Cover with a light brushing of gesso and dry again. With a black or charcoal pencil, outline your subject. Grab a fist of colored pencils and color it in, choosing unconventional hues. Add interest with rubber stamps and doodle inside the stamped images with a colored Sharpie. Turn the page and repeat, using a completely different subject. Have fun! Be unique…♥
Here’s an example of how wonderful it is to save your drip papers. This Angel of Individuality is wearing my newspaper scrap as her dress, which I think looks smashing! What do you think?
This canvas is for a friend who fell in love with this little piece of drip paper while in my studio yesterday. Custom orders come to me in the most delightful ways, so thank you, creative friend! ❤
Another journal for the pile!
Ran out of canvases, but found some cardboard in the garage. Necessity is the Mother of Invention!