I decided to the #WorldWatercolorMonth to get back into it after a fairly long drought (due to low energy, corona etc) and to get some ideas down on paper. Just a first layer to get them started. They will all be fully finished at a later date. And, of course, I had to put a rainbow(-ish) one in there since July was pride month 🙂
My husband’s vacation forced a break in the middle of the process but I did get all 31 done in the end, although the last ones were (technically) a bit late.
The darker ones where there are 8 on one sheet were inspired by Angela Fehr’s idea of using pallet dirt and random marks to start a painting and were finished on August 2. Angela Fehr knows a ton about watercolour and shares it on YouTube, in case you were wondering who she is.
In addition to this, I did some repairs and refashions. For example, taking my palazzo pants up by an inch after tripping on them on gravel. Probably should have taken them up earlier 🙂
I also made a couple of new things, like the patch below, which will be put on my daughter’s backpack. She started 8th grade (new school) this week.
I’ve been thinking about what I want to do with this blog. As you may have noticed, there have been some guest posts lately. This is because of the hole I was in. I want to start posting regularly again but there is something I feel I need to honour a lot more than I have lately: The fact that I am multi-passionate. So I will diversify the topics a bit.
If there’s anything touching the subjects listed on this blog that you’d like to see more of, leave a comment and let me know
Have a great weekend
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