Welcome to Weekly Words #36
I think this one needs some doodling!
Just a quick note that I have added some more images to my Colouring Pages. Please visit the page for other designs.
Colouring Page #7 – Miscellaneous #1
Colouring Page #8 – Miscellaneous #2
Colouring Page #9 – Floral #1
Colouring Page #10 – Floral #2
Colouring Page #11 – Floral #3
I will be adding more soon, so please revisit.
I can’t believe it was 5 years ago I posted my Treble Clef Doodle.
At the time I didn’t think anyone would like it so I didn’t put any watermark on it. I then posted it on Pinterest with my details in the information box and I am amazed it has been repinned over 53,000 times and that is just one copy of the picture – there are many many more.
Unfortunately, I didn’t realise that the original comment was not ‘anchored’ to the picture and so my details have since been lost.
Along with that I find it truly disheartening that there are umpteen exact copies of it with people passing it off as their own work. I appreciate art is inspirational and that is why I started my blog but it is hurtful when it is abused. I love to inspire but I do not condone stealing.
Lesson learnt – I will be more careful!
I choose to focus on the 53K repins and not the bad side.
I would love to hear if anybody else has been affected in this way or has any advice.
Thanks for visiting.
Hello and Happy New Year
I have unfortunately not found as much time in the last year to do my various hobbies so have decided to focus a little more specifically for 2019. With that in mind I have decided to set myself a personal challenge to complete one blog post per week combining my love of typography and inspirational quotes. I will call it ‘Weekly Words’.
I also plan to do a lot more Art Journalling which I also love to do.
I better get cracking and complete my first piece. I hope you will come back and follow my journey through 2019.
Best wishes for 2019.
I have a journal page today to share which uses a lovely lily stamp from Hobby Art.
I love this stamp and have used gold embossing powder and coloured pencils.
I have used chalks in the background for a rustic feel and tones of brown in the background stamping.
The added detail in the corner stamps uses metallic flakes.
I hope you like it.