Cards · Colour pencils · Die cuts · mixed media · stamping · Stencil

Books & Book Marks

Going on holidays is nice...except I can't craft! ­čśë So after a long break, I started reading again. That was also quite necessary as I am now running an English book club at the local International Women's Academy here in Ulm! The IWA is like a community centre I guess, with courses in everything you… Continue reading Books & Book Marks

Cards · Colour pencils · Heat embossing · stamping · Watercolor

We’re still hot

When CASual Fridays┬áStamps came out with this stamp, I knew I had to have it! This was so appropriate for what I've been going through the last year. Although I'm right in my menopause stage, I've never felt so young and creative, even when I was young(er)! Having pre-teens in the house help a lot,… Continue reading We’re still hot

Cards · Colour pencils · stamping · Watercolor

One stamp 3 ways – Hero Arts Fuschia

I can't help it, now that I'm no longer afraid to use my colour pencils or watercolour, I just can't stop colouring my flower stamps that were beckoning at me for so long to play with them. So this is not going to be the last of what I will now call, my "2017 Flower… Continue reading One stamp 3 ways – Hero Arts Fuschia

Cards · Colour pencils · stamping

I did it! No line colouring with Prismacolor

After a week of intensive daily online drawing lessons, I decided it was time to try colouring those beautiful flower stamps I have... and I did it! I managed to colour a flower and make it RESEMBLE a flower! Woohoo! I am so happy and proud of myself. I now truly believe that anyone can… Continue reading I did it! No line colouring with Prismacolor

Cards · Colour pencils · Painting · Watercolor

1st Painting Lesson

The last time I took a painting class, it was in school where I tried to make an apple look more than a round object with a twig on the top...and I failed miserably. Since then, I have always considered myself useless at creating anything with a pen, brush, crayons or anything else where my… Continue reading 1st Painting Lesson