Wednesday again, so I am linking to the Stamping Ground.
My picture for WOYWW #634 is my computer/crafting desk with a journal black gesso-ed and drying. This journal is a cheap book in which I have stuck every two pages together. It does get a bit wibbly-wobbly when wet!
The plan is to add a collage of tiles - these are my random tiles drying...
The blueish one at the top on the second picture, is an image transfer. I used a photo I took at Cruden Farm, a place we visited just before the lockdown started.
Todays ICAD is another spun alcohol ink background topped with a black die cut.
I haven't really had a theme for my index cards - generally used just whatever I have found on my workdesk or used a technique that has come to mind. I will post my final ICAD roundup on Saturday - that finishes two months of index cards.
I think index cards have become my 'new ATCs'! I am still making ATCs though - and I will share some I made recently now that the recipient has got them.
I have taken to using the same sort of folder that Angela sent to me for 624.
And today I am delighted to receive Anne's very pretty 624 ATC!!
Thank you Anne - it's lovely - and I could just eat a strawberry!
The post is being pretty unpredictable again -
a UK friend just received a letter I sent 5 weeks ago.
As of today lockdown has eased a little - but we still cannot have visitors.
I have spent much of the last fortnight working in my journals. If you are my friend on Facebook, or see my Instagram, you have probably seen some of the following pictures but I thought I would just share some of my makes:
This was a watercolour having watched a Kaleidoscope taster lesson.
Another attempt at watercolours - Wanderlust 26.
This was just one of mine:
Finally a Crazy Face following a Tracy Scott workshop.
Hope you are all keeping well... hope to visit each of your desks soon...