Craft

Twitterings

It is blissfully quiet at my house today and I just realised why. The baby seagull has stopped squawking and is learning to fly – yipee! It is obviously so pleased with itself that it no longer needs to be twittering for it’s mum. I managed to get a photograph of one of its mini …

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Folksy Friday

My blog today includes some of my favourite things I’ve found on Folksy. There are too many to list, so this is a very small selection! Brooch from Ellie’s Treasures Little Dotty Jewellery Acrylic painting on canvas by GweddusArt Isle of Wight Clock by Dew Drop Crafts

Silly Season

I’ve had a few days away, hence not writing a blog earlier this week. The break was good, I didn’t touch a computer for 3 days! Sadly this very hot weather doesn’t suit me though, so for 2 days of the week I’ve done nothing having zero energy. I had hoped to do an open …

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Exhibition

I’ve not exhibited in a gallery exhibition yet, so can’t really tell you the pros and cons. However I do enjoy looking round them. Gloss art in Exeter have just opened a new one displaying work from Devon based artists. I went to their open evening last night and it is definitely worth a visit, …

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Card Making

For the first time I failed to do 2 blogs in a week last week, unless you count reblogging! I do have a good excuse, a customer wanted a pet portrait but she needed it by the end of the week, which gave me 3 days. This was achieved just, I was baking the glass …

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Inspired craft

Having found a way of recycling some old cloudy glasses, as mentioned in my last blog, I am quite pleased with the result. I had fun, just going with the flow as the end product is for me. I love experimenting with designs and luckily with Pebeo vitrea glass paints you can wipe away mistakes …

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Sunflowers

This weeks theme is sunflowers, inspired by a commission and the fact that I’ve grown some from seed. Last year I had a monster sunflower: As you can imagine this produced a lot of seed. Some went to the birds and I planted a few seeds but to my dismay 3 of the young plants …

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