I've done some new painting and such, I just haven't posted them here. I even made myself a 8.5" x 5.5" Doodle Starter booklet so that I can now just write the sayings I like on Pinterest into framed areas, .... and they will actually be part of something, not just a random sheet of paper. It is a good way to practice letters and I can doodle on it too. The plan is to just leave it here by my PC and doodle into it when the mood strikes. Here is a page...
One thing about the picture...see the three girls in the middle? that was my "need to remember this look" version of THIS on pinterest done by Susan Faye. I LOVE HER STYLE! Sooo simple, but CUTE!
OK, so early this morning I saw something on pinterest that I wanted to repeat...if you link to it you will see it...it's just the side (3D part) of the letter "g". I spent the next half hour figuring out a "g" that came close, then went about making the same "look". Once I figured it out I decided to make a whole font set from it ... in case I actually get orders for it at the festival:
I know I've seen one "out there" that exist already but I didn't feel like searching for it so I made it myself, and its mine!
Here is what I did really quickly so I could have SOMETHING to blog about! (because I had forgotten about the booklet I made)
I wish I could show you what I made from it this morning. I cut my initials out of shiny black vinyl on my vinyl cutter then stuck them down on a flat black board. ... very pretty! I think anyway :-) Thing is, black on black doesn't scan so you'll just have to take my word for it.
I did the same black on black with the phone booth from Dr. Who because I thought it might make a good guy gift ??? .... always needing a good guy gift.
Well, speaking of it, I need to get back to work! I'll take pictures of things I end up making. Like I just decided to make some beer bottles filled with candy, good for the person that has everything... (I did these for Valentines day last year)
and I'm going to embroider toilet paper :-)