Hello everyone – just a quickie post today.
I haven’t done any crafting for weeks, due to illness and getting my house redecorated, and also just not having the inclination. Always makes me worry when that happens – where does the creativity urge go when it disappears for a while? I guess it just gets used on other stuff that requires that part of your brain for the time being.
I painted this picture a few weeks back. I have since bought a couple of other stencils because I am a bit addicted to that brick one – I use it on everything. I have toyed with the idea of doing a larger version on my own walls but know it will end in disaster and much face-palming and crying from me. Sometimes I have great visions of what could be achieved, only to realise I don’t possess the necessary skill or talent. It’s very disappointing. I blame Pinterest 🙂
I am hoping to get back into something arty this weekend. Just a little something to get me back in the mood, creatively speaking.
Thanks for dropping by x
Materials : canvas, gesso, acrylic paint, paint pen, pigma pens, permanent pencil.
I will have this piece up on my soon-to-be-opened online shop soon!
Hello everyone. This painting came together surprisingly quickly and easily. You know how sometimes things just work? Doesn’t happen very often, but this one was made with a minimum of swearing and preparation. Maybe that was the key – just getting stuck in and not worrying too much about anything.
When I think too much, things go wrong 🙂
Not sure what “just what I want to be” means for me – I’m still trying to figure that one out. I keep hoping for some great epiphany, but it’s very late in coming, so I just muddle along and hope I find my way eventually.
Anyway, I was happy with this little painting. And I’m going to leave it at that 🙂
Thanks for reading. Have a happy day x
It’s been a very long week. Do you ever feel like time is speeding up but somehow there’s more stuff to deal with and fit in to every 24-hour period? I have been trying desperately to get a grip on my worrying and anxiety and, in particular, my dermotillomania which is just driving me nutty. Or, more likely, I am already nutty and that’s my I can’t stop destroying my fingers with the constant picking and chewing. It’s gross. And I hate it. And I wish I could stop, but I can’t at the moment. So, bandaids are my best friend – they cover things up and keep me from being able to do further damage (although, to be honest, I just move on to another finger).
The best thing is to keep busy. And the best way to keep busy (for me) is to do something creative. It’s hard to chew your fingers while they’re wrapped around a paintbrush or holding a pair of scissors. I do try not to sit around doing nothing – watching TV is THE WORST. Halfway through an episode of Masterchef and I’ve decimated several fingers on one hand and am thinking of moving on to the other.
Anyway, being creative is a good way to put those fingers to better use. I haven’t had a lot of free time this month so my craft room has been very neglected (the painting below was done weeks ago…) But I am determined this weekend will have a few hours set aside for me to shut myself away from the world and all the worries it contains and do some painting, collaging, drawing and making.
That’s my wish anyway – things don’t always go to plan 🙂
Thank you for reading. Hope your weekend is wonderful and that a few special wishes come true for you x