I dabble in a lot of different art forms. I am easily inspired but also easily bored and I will probably never stick to one type of thing and become really skilled at it. But I like it that way. Just about anything around me can spark my creativity and I love to visit exhibitions and fellow bloggers but also nature, animal life and the city streets are a constant source of inspiration to me. The craft department at Waterston really got me going. It was terribly hard to choose but I finally settled for four books.
Radical lace & subversive knitting by David Revere Mc Fadden
Indie Craft by Jo Waterhouse
Altered Art – techniques for creating altered books, boxes, cards & more by Terry Taylor
Kaleidoscope – ideas + projects to spark your creativity by Suzanne Simanaitis
I have just had the time to take a quick sneak peak but this weekend I plan to spend a great deal of time on the couch with a cup of tea and my books. Oh joy!
Remember my bunnies? I got started on the painting yesterday evening. Some have already got there faces on and gotten a personality but some I have yet to figure out who they are. I give them names too. Guess you can figure out who Dottie and Jack Sparrow is?
While I was in London I received four more cards from the DIY postcard swap. From Cynthia in the US and Dusty in Canada. Both so beautiful and they gave me a nice spring feeling.
The other two cards was from Melanie in the UK and Marie in the US. I just love the colors!
Thank you so much all of you. I loved them!!!