Saturday, June 28, 2014

xoxo


Inspired by real life.  My mom always says that our dogs get more hugs from me than they do.
Saturday, June 21, 2014

... And Action 4.0

Part 4 of 4
For Part 1, please click here.
For Part 2, please click here.
For Part 3, please click here.
Wednesday, June 18, 2014

DIY: Clay Pot Decoration

I was just googling clay pot designs and darn, there are just so many perfect ones out there!  Of course, that doesn't stop me.  I will post this anyway.

Finished Product: 


Materials:
Clay Pot
Acrylic Paint
Brush(es)
Palette
Pencil
Newspaper (to protect working surface)
Toothpick (optional, for drawing fine lines)


Steps:
1. Place the clay pot and paint atop a newspaper to protect your working surface.  Design your pot using a pencil.
Just use your imagination when doodling :)

2. Start painting.  I used toothpicks and the smallest brush for fine lines.  Otherwise, I mainly used the bigger brush(es).



Black lines were made using a toothpick

 3.  Let the paint dry.

Easy right?  I have to admit, I selected the wrong clay pot.  I think it was originally green?  But I did paint another pot which I like better...
Another sample design

Enjoy!

....Off to paint another one...



 
Saturday, June 14, 2014

... And Action 3.0

Part 3 of 4.

For part 1, please click here.
For part 2, please click here.
For part 4, please click here.
Saturday, June 7, 2014

... And Action 2.0


Audition time!

Part 1 here.
Part 3 here.
Part 4 here.
Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Calligraphy

Year by year it seems like I stumble upon something new.

When I was growing up it seems like the only plausible careers are to be a: teacher, doctor, lawyer, or something really specific wherein you need to have extensive education and climb up the corporate ladder.

But time has changed and when I read about a workshop conducted by a calligrapher, I can't help but think, "Hey!  That sounds like fun!"

So sign up I did.

I finally learned what that pointy thing (called a Nib) does! 
One thing I learned: Calligraphy isn't as easy as it looks!  Practice, practice, practice.

And I give you my favorite quote (written by me):

 
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