This is a flip card I made for a birthday using the fun spinner from the Spinner2stamp set by The Stamps of life. If you haven't tried their stamps yet, I highly recommend them. They're super quality clear stamps. None of that sub par stamping that you get with low quality clear stamps. (I don't work for them, just love their stamps.)
This is a zendoodle I did. I mostly use my doodles on cards or in my journals. Some I color and some I just leave black and white.
This is a journal spread I did about being a wife and mother. The journals I share with others mostly contain Bible verses and quotes and art experiments. My journals where I write my prayers and private feelings are kept just between me and the Lord.
4. How does your creative process work? I work on things in bits and pieces. I never finish a project all at one sitting. Partially because I am in too much pain to sit and work on something that long and partially because I like to work on things in stages and come back the next day with a fresh perspective.
This is a background that I have started. It's not at all what I was aiming for, but I ended up liking how it turned out. That's the fun of experimenting. You'll see this background again, either for a journal page or card.
- A phone visit with my sister.
- A friend is home from a long hospital stay and doing well.
- A gorgeous Monarch butterfly in my yard.
- Sweet newborn calves.
Have a fabulous day!!!