Today, I am here to share with you a painting I did after taking Mindy Lacefield’s Sunday Morning class. In this class you drew your inspiration from God’s word. It was about connecting your painting to your feelings of faith.
We were to find a bible verse that you like and paint that scene. I have always found comforter in Ephesian 5:8 “For at one time you were the darkness but now you are the light in the Lord. Walk as children of light.”
“Tribal gal of mercy” 11 x 14 inches
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Today, I am here to show you a couple of scrabble tile pendants. Nothing more fun than a couple of new necklaces for the summer. Inspired by creatures in nature!
Thanks for stopping in to check out my work! Hope you are having a wonderful Monday!
Good Saturday Morning everyone-
I am finally here ( after a week delay) with the reveal of my bead soup. This was such a fun project. You swapped beads with a partner that Lori paired you up with mine was Klaudete Koon and then you have to make something with the beads you received from you partner. Technical just the clasp and focus have to be used.
I made a necklace, bracelet and 3 pairs of earring with all the goodies Klaudete sent me. I add some of my own beads to the mix as well. Since there are so many blog to drool over- I am going to keep this short and sweet.
“Embedded Survival ”
Make sure you check out Klaudete’s blog post to see what she did with the beads, I sent her. Thanks again Klaudete for swapping beads with me! Also you can check all the other Blog Soup Party members posts.
Thanks for stopping in and I hope you enjoyed my projects.
On Monday, I got up and the sermon that Pastor Marc G. gave on Sunday at Church was still on my mind. I got out my notes from the service and looked up some of the scripture that Marc talked about….the part that stuck in my heart was “I have learned to be content whatever the circumstance” from Philippians 4:11. Am I really content in an circumstance ???? Honestly in my heart, I know I need to work on this…
So, I set off to work on my Life Book lesson. I watched the videos which were totally amazing. Part of the lesson was to mediate. Which I am not good at…my mind is going in a hundred directions at once all the time. Yet, all that was on my mind was being content in an circumstance. Trusting the Lord. So, I started the layers and painting.
Layer three-Then, the masking or stenciling- I used the Linnie Blooms Butterfly stencil– This is how I finished up my journal page .
Here are some close ups
I hope you enjoyed seeing my process on this journal page. Thanks for stopping in!
Hello and Good Monday Morning,
Hope everyone had an amazing weekend. Today, I am here with a fun mixed media project using the flutter stencil and mask, canvas shapes (sunflower), and burlap (teal).
I started out with a 6 x 6 block of wood. Then I just randomly painting the background in ocean-ish colors with a little touch of yellow 😉 I got creative with the flutter stencil of the owl and turned it sideways to make it look like a fish. Painted the fish with cute little faces. Cut and added the canvas sunflowers using glue. Next, I painted them and added a little burlap to the tops of them. I also used a button, washi tape, some words, black colored pencils, and gel pens. Once, I was all done I sealed it.
A couple of close ups for you! What journey will you embrace today?
Hope your have a creative day!
Oh my heavens, time once again has slipped away from me….I got my bead soup from my fabulous and talented partner Klaudete Koon a long time ago..well here is what she sent me-
Look at these awesome crystal rondelles, garnet chips, sea glass rondelles, and some tourmaline. Then check out the handmade made pendants, handmade ear wires and amazing handmade toggle clasp. Plus, she sent a brown suede piece and a long long long string of suede. The cherry on top was the finding she sent!
The blog party is this Saturday, May 3rd! So come on back to check out what I made with this amazing “soup”.
Want to see what I sent Klaudete? Check it out on her blog!