Still trying to catch up. This little painting (and I mean little–only 2 1/2″ x 3 1/2″) was painted on a new (for me) medium called Stampbord. It’s made my Ampersand and says to use it with stamps, inks, embossing etc. It did not say watercolor, but I tried it anyway. The surface is slick, like Yupo paper–only it’s mounted on 1/8″ board. I wasn’t too adventurous with it this time. Maybe tomorrow.
Beware! Black cats are coming soon and they are bringing scary jack-o-lanterns with them!
It’s that time of year. Beware the pumpkin bird..or is it a bat? Not even the artist knows!
I was going through my quilting stash and found this Halloween panel that I must have bought years ago. It was time to make something from it, so I added some 5″ charm pack squares to the sides and some of my favorite Halloween fabric for the top and bottom borders. I think it will fit nicely on my classroom door.
Don’t forget the sale in my Etsy shop: BluePumpkinStudio.com
It’s time to get serious about this move I’m making across country in a couple of weeks. I discovered I have over 100 pieces of little art in my Etsy shop so I have decided to have a first ever SALE to lighten up a bit. If you are interested in some whimsical art from the “Quilter turned Artist”, then check it out at BluePumpkinStudio.com. The sale just runs until August first, and then I’m out of here! Thanks for all your support. I do hope to keep up with my blog better once I get settled.