While I had my mixed media supplies out, I made a canvas project. I have learned soooo much valuable information and techniques from taking Christy Tomlinson's online She Art Workshops. I can't stress how much you will walk away knowing when you have completed the courses! I'm trying to process it all, while working out my own style. So here's the first girl I made using my very own patterns. I have to give credit to my sweet DH Scott for finding the word rub ons used on this project. Thank you baby for ALWAYS thinking of me ;)
I recently cleaned out my stamp closet, boxing up all of my "old" stamps that haven't kissed an ink pad in years if at all!, making room for new supplies. They were sitting in the garage for several months waiting to make their way to a new home. Guess what, I brought the boxes back in the house and put the stamps to good use! Scott thinks I have lost my mind or I have been inhaling too much paint these days!
The blossom shown below is not one from the garage ~ it's a Ranger foam stamp from the Claudine Hellmuth line that has only been neglected for 2-3 months rather than years! :) LOLColourQ challenge:
I'm VERY flattered and blown away with a few requests asking if I sold my creations! It's something I am considering but before I think I am ready for that, I need a bit more practice so I made this girl to give away. If you would like to have My Girl to hang in your craft room, please leave a comment on THIS post telling me how you are living YOUR life out loud in 2012 :) You have until Saturday, January 7th, 6PM Eastern. I will announce the winner on Sunday, January 8th on my CR84FN post and you will have until Monday, January 9th 9PM Eastern to contact me via email to claim her.
Thanks for visiting! Be Sweet :)