This week’s Diva Challenge was to do a white on black tile or tangle on a found object. As my white pens rarely cooperate with me, I went with the found object.
This week’s love note is for my middle child, Ryan. He only half deserves it, but I love him all the same… what can I say?
An in-depth look at the Micron and OHTO drawing pens covering nib size, permanence, ink quality, usability, longevity, and other important considerations.
Like most things I do, this week’s Love Note didn’t quite turn out how I had thought it would, for one it’s a lot darker than I planned, but I still love it.
May is a very special month for me. In addition to Mother’s day on May 10th, both my oldest son and my mom were born this month, in fact their birthdays are only four days apart!
One benefit of living in the west is that you never have to go very far to get away from the chaos of the modern world. Come, take a ride with me on the roads least traveled.
Just to mix things up, this week I added a new challenge to my list of things to do. In addition to the Diva’s challenge, I decided to try my hand at the Tangelation Creation challenge.
It’s been windy and rather chilly all week and yesterday afternoon it decided to rain. It was a soft, lovely summer rain, but boy was it cold!