Category Archives: Drawing

Learning Watercolour starts with knowing what colours you can make with your pallete.

Creative to-do's for my own enjoyment

Now that I have a lot of more free time than before (see this post fort he reason why), I started thinking of the things I wanted to do.

What creative projects and DIY’s would I like to make, just because I like it. What new techniques would I want to learn, just because it’s something I’d enjoy them.

No more focus whether a project is good enough to be published on the blog. No more wondering if it would be something my readers would like. I think that this focus is unhealthy (for me and the blog) and will only lead to non-inspirational and more rational blog posts.

 

So now that I dropped all (self-made) obligations that come with blogging, I started brainstorming things that I’d like to do, make and create just for me. Because I like it and it will be a great thing to do in my free time.

 Learning Watercolour starts with knowing what colours you can make with your pallete.

 

Here’s my list of creative ideas: (more…)

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18 great ideas on how to illustrate your Easter-eggs

Easter is around the corner! Time to get inspired on decoration for this season, but most of all: time to get inspired on how to pimp your eggs.
I’ve searched the webs and found these 14 great ideas to illustrate the eggs!

I love 3 & 9 the best. Which ones are your favorites?

1. Source: MrPrintables

 

2. Source: Come Together Kids

 

3. Source: Confetti Sunshine

 

4. Source: Country Living

 

5. Source: Food Ideas Recipes

 

6. Source: Unknown

 

7. Source: Lezoe Musings

 

8. Source: Ljcfyi

 

9. Source: Make Room for Design

 

10. Source: Obviously Sweet

 

11. Source: Oh What Fun

 

12. Source: PaperNStitch Blog

 

13. Source: Schoener Wohnen

 

14. Source: Sugar and Charm

 

15. Source: The Caroline Johansson

 

16. Source: The Caroline Johansson

 

17. Source: The Glitter Guide

 

18. Source: Yes Missy

 

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New Life

It’s been a long while since I’ve posted on here, so it’s about time to let you know that I’m still alive.
My last post was about the preparations for the wedding of my sister and her husband and by now that’s already more than 2 weeks ago.
It was a lovely day, although I (as master of ceremonies) didn’t have much time to really enjoy all the fesivities.
A lot of things had to be done and I was the one in charge of all of it. I’m not really the type to be in a manager-kind-of function, so it was kind of tough for me. But in the end we had a great day and the bride and groom enjoyed the day and the surprises, so I guess I did my job well.
I had also put a lot of my creativity into the day. Besides making all those knitted flags, I also made a drawing for them. It was inspired by the textile they used for her blouse and his vest, really beautiful!

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