Starving Artistamps Copic Markers Technique Junkies DoodleFactory Colored Pencil Art Christmas Watercolor Birthday Divine Diva Inspiration Challenge Halloween Inchies and Twinchies Magenta Valentine's Day Class Act Memory Box Inkadinkado Photography ATC Easter Thank You Baby Discount Blog Hop Knitting 3D Stamping Get Well Beading Hero Arts Quilting Tutorial Winter scrapbooking Clean and Simple Mother's Day Sympathy digital art pen and ink
Sunday, August 8, 2010
So many people have asked me lately how I will keep myself busy. Won't I be bored? Um, no. My job was the boring thing that got in the way of all the things I want to do. No. I won't be bored. Yes. I will be busy.
One of the things I plan to busy myself with is this blog. More and more I've been feeling like I need to have two blogs--one for my cards and one for my art. On the card blog, I'd like to start a challenge, do some tutorials, and be much more consistent in the way I present the cards. My art blog will be a place for me to post my artwork and my thoughts--I envision this blog as an online art journal.
For now though, I'll keep sharing cards here like I always have. This one uses stamps from Starving Artistamps --my buoy background and the sail boat from the Juniper and Jupiter Go to the Beach set. I stamped the background with Tea Dye Distress Ink onto a piece of paper from the Basic Grey Basics Kraft paper pad. The sail boat is colored with Copic markers, and I used a few long forgotten white snaps for embellishment.
Enjoy your day!