Musings and Mutterings

Spring Awakens

Spring is awakening, being reborn. The forests are waking, the fields are fertile once more. Joyful, divine, the cycle returns and once again we shall emerge with the Earth. Today marks the Vernal Equinox here in the Northern Hemisphere. Winter is officially over, and though I was glad for the quieter, reflective time that it… Continue reading Spring Awakens

Musings and Mutterings, Poetry

Merry December

All is merry, all is bright, in this month of shortened light. Soon the season will turn again and Winter shall enter the Northern lands. Darkness falls, the chill runs through, all is slumbering, all seems still. The cracking trees, the icy lakes, the rustling leaves in Autumn's wake. Yet in this time, so bleak… Continue reading Merry December

Get Messy

Thank You

Namaste ~ Ella Get Messy is an art journal challenge where a gang of crafty vixens are sharing art journal pages we have created to practice our skills and push past our creative limits with hopes to inspire. We share our pages without restraint every week, and once a month we create around a prompt. Go check out these crazy talented ladies who are… Continue reading Thank You

Get Messy

Get Messy Week 12

My art journal pages this week were quite enjoyable to create (having Murdoch Mysteries on on the background made it even better). The first page is a dreamy, winter-evoking piece (inspired by this darn Bomb Cyclone weather!). I drew the deer silhouette and then spent a good while shading it in just so. I adore… Continue reading Get Messy Week 12

Get Messy

Get Messy Week 11

This week's Get Messy pages... Page one was something I had on my mind to try - weaving on paper, but with ribbon instead of more paper. The idea is fantastic and the results are really nice, however, paper (especially magazine paper) can be so flimsy and that can lead to some frustrations (and the… Continue reading Get Messy Week 11

Get Messy

Get Messy Week 10

I have been finding myself following a sort of pattern when it comes to my pages. The first page is often a collage or full page image of sorts (to help cover the bleed-through of the previous page - this particular notebook has rather thin/somewhat transparent pages) while the second page is done directly on… Continue reading Get Messy Week 10