Getting into the kaleidoscope drawing app I downloaded on my phone and tablet, these Kaleidoscopes are fun and exciting. Experimenting the app, I discovered how you can create hearts. Here’s three heart Kaleidoscopes I created this morning. See these kaleidoscopes on mugs and more soon.
As an artist, I love the traditional piece of paper, pencil, eraser, and marker for making cards and frameable items, but after discovering these kaleidoscope drawing apps on my Amazon tablet, now I’m able to spread my wings even more. These kaleidoscope drawings are fun and exciting, and I’m looking forward to putting them on cards, mugs, and for frameable art. Here’s just a few items that I made over the weekend.
Hello summer, birthdays, house warming gifts, and much more with these lovely dancing coneflower drawings made by LMProck. With summer here, working on new product, and getting ready to open my Etsy shop soon, life has been busy. See more greeting cards on my Etsy shop soon.
Make a statement with a handmade greeting card. Write what your heart desires on the inside. This card was custom made for a neighbor on Mother’s Day.
Say hello to my newest artwork for my portfolio, rock art. Sunflowers and teal are my favorite along with other designs in the works. See these handmade pieces of art on my Etsy shop soon. Becoming fascinated with rock art, spirituality, and quotes, these pieces of art will be a great part of your home.
It’s nice to be able to take an old photograph, new photograph, or a photograph you’ve taken during the day and be able to draw it. This photograph was taken during a walk around the block with my dog Ginger and here’s the results.
If there’s one thing in life I’ve learned, there’s always a “honey to do” list. Well in this case, living with my parents, there’s a “daughter to do” list. Mom had been asking for months to rip up the carpet on the stairs and in the upstairs hallway. Carpet all ripped up, then the tedious part, ripping up the nails, staples, and adding a fresh coat of paint going up the stairs and the hallway. Taking a break from the other part of the grunt work, I decided to take some photos of the hammer, pliers, flat head screw driver. Then I was thinking, why not take a photo of the paint and paint brush. Loving to draw things, I decided to call these still life photos.
Under quarantine, you crave things you shouldn’t have, here’s my craving.
Blog posts dedicated to day and life, portfolio dedicated to handmade items. In spite of being quarantined with the coronavirus, not able to go out much, time to do my magic with my handmade items.
View new items from my Etsy shop on my portfolio page as well. Look at prices, shipping costs, and of course the product. Etsy shop has been placed on vacation, and once the dust settles with this coronavirus and dad getting better, I’ll be uploading items to my Etsy shop soon. Blog posts will get bigger in the paragraph department, right now I’m focusing on getting the rest of my website finished.
Washing my hands for 20 seconds, washing everything with Clorox, Lysol, and Windex, and almost feeling like a bump on a log sitting on the couch working on the computer, drawing, and crochet.
Talking to family on the phone, my dad being sick in the hospital and not able to visit him because hospitals on lockdown, life has been rough and upside down.
With being quarantined for the last couple of weeks with this coronavirus outbreak, not going out much other then to the grocery store and maybe the occasional art supplies.
Putting life back together, I’ve been rethinking my whole blog/website.
Wanting to put my focus more on my artwork, I’ve decided to wipe the slate clean and make a fresh start with my blog.
All my artwork photos are listed in my new art portfolio, recipes will be listed with my food portfolio, and all life posts will be displayed on my blog with new projects.
If I write posts like these, you’ll see a photo of something that makes me happy!