I'm so excited to announce THREE new online classes that will be launching this fall! Take a look at this video my awesome hubby and business partner put together to see what I'll be teaching this fall. These classes are once again hosted by the my good pal Alisa Burke. Hope to see you there!
Hey everyone! I've got some new products up in my Society6 shop! I absolutely love creating patterns and playing around with surface design, and Society6 makes it easy for me to experiment on different products! Plus, the quality is great, so if you are looking to spice up your home, or swipe a new tote bag, check out my little shop!
Lately, I've been exploring ways to turn my floral doodles into patterns. The video above shows the process of painting, and below you can see some products featuring the finished pattern!
For the past few months I've been working in a Moleskine sketchbook, filling up the pages with crazy, funky florals and such.
I use a lot of mixed media in my books, everything from acrylics, watercolor and gouache, to pens, markers, and collage. And although the paper in this one isn't necessarily made for that, I find that when I work with minimal water, I can paint on just about any surface.
So here's a little glimpse at what I've been creating... :)
I love Easter so much! Besides the amazingness of having a Savior who DIED for me, PAID for all my sins, and then ROSE again and has a place SAVED for me in heaven...
Well, besides THAT - it's also awesome because we get to decorate eggs! (I know, not quite the same level of awesomeness... but nothing is as cool as Jesus.)
This year, I created some fun, funky floral eggs using acrylic paint and Tombow Dual Tip brush pens!
My process was simple: 1. Paint the eggs in acrylic 2. Draw on the eggs in marker and 3. Paint the eggs some more! (tah dah!)
I know that description wasn't too detailed, so don't worry! I've got a fun video of the process here:
And for the simpler eggs, I used the markers to add some polka dot patterns!
Enjoy your Easter weekend everyone!