Eco-dyeing, fabric paints, embroidery and laser print transfer. Some yet-to-be-loved products get their first use in this "adventure" page for the Messy May challenge.
Series: Messy May #3 Prompt: 03 HAPPYHost: Michelle Schratz @raspberryblueskyGuidance: Carefree fun. Create with the joyfulness of a child. I enjoyed making this one. Forgetting about precision and tidiness and, for a start, not even bothering with brushes. What could fulfil the brief of child-like art better than finger-painting? I did start by putting some… Continue reading Messy May “happy”
Series: Messy May #2 Prompt: 02 SHOWING UPHost: Caylee Grey @cayleegreyGuidance: Show up in your journal today, in the easiest way possible. Use a bullet point list to (re)introduce yourself to your journal. In avoiding creating an art journal bullet list, I ended up creating a piece more akin to a scrapbook page. And I… Continue reading Messy May “showing up”
Series: Messy May #1 Prompt: 01 STARTINGHost: Caylee Grey @cayleegreyGuidance: Start. Either by opening your journal to a new page or by binding a journal just for Messy May. I'd like to say that I was super productive on my blogging break, that I'd spent the time working out what I wanted to make and… Continue reading Messy May “starting”