In an attempt to loosen up a bit, I drew these flowers with my non-dominant hand... Fun, fun, fun!
This week I've been playing with the leftovers from the CareFREE Fridays! collage papers...
My messy work table and works in progress.
(The collaged circle is on the old cupboard door I mentioned last week.)
Lots and lots of leftovers!
Please be sure to stop by the Paint Party Friday blog to see what my friends have been up to this week.
I love using what you create and thank you!ReplyDelete
Very cool! I love all the colors. It must look great in person...I can only imagine.Happy PPF!ReplyDelete
:) Great way to colourfully stand out! Beautiful!ReplyDelete
The others look lovely so far - looking forward to seeing more!
LOVE to see your works in progress. I can't wait to see what comes of it!ReplyDelete
I like the way you cut up all your papers and put them to work in different way. Very cool and just love all the colors. Looking forward to the end result. Have great weekend and we all will remember.ReplyDelete
I don't know if I could ever make anything with my left hand! Well done! And I love messy work tables. That means you are a working artist! Love all the colors!ReplyDelete
Love seeing work in progress it inspires me to do some of my own mess making LOL & sweetie I bet you do stand out in a crowd, love that sentiment & the oh so wonderful bloom :)ReplyDelete
wow with your left hand, loving your terrific painting and the mosiac collage looks interesting. You must have a load of patience. Annette xReplyDelete
Oh, I love these collages. :) And that flower piece is gorgeous. :)ReplyDelete
Jeez Louise, that was with your non dominant hand? You are GOOD!!!!! Love the colors, these are both wonderful Kristen and the messy workbench looks so inviting to play,play,play!!!! DebReplyDelete
Love your painting! and the mosaic collage with such color! Wow! ~Happy PPF ~ Carol (Share the Creative Journey)ReplyDelete
Love your message in the flower collage... the piece is beautiful ~ I've never tried painting with my non-dominant hand... it works great for you! Nice works-in-progress too :)ReplyDelete
Just love the way how you use the leftover for a wonderful artwork. Lovely!ReplyDelete
Love the flowers, what a great piece. And now you get to move on to all the leftover papers...fun for you.ReplyDelete
Creative, cool and colorful! LOVE!ReplyDelete
Wonderful! I love the flowers! :-)ReplyDelete
this is so creative with a great message!ReplyDelete
Love the daisies and the message! Happy PPF!ReplyDelete
oh what fun! I will have to try that at home :-)ReplyDelete
Now we discover that you're so talented that you can paint with your non-dominant hand, now that is impressive. I love your work area, it looks so much like mine does, nice and neat. =^) Happy PPF.ReplyDelete
I love your daisy message, makes me smile, gorgeous!ReplyDelete
oh this is fantastic Kristin!!!!! the daisies are adorable!!!! Happy PPF!!!!ReplyDelete
fabulous daisies, and I love your lettering. I have a hard time drawing even a straight line with my left hand. heck, I have a hard time drawing a straight line with my right hand as well. drawing's just not my strength, but clearly it's one of yours :)ReplyDelete
oh my this is a great idea! I have so many little pieces like that I just don't want to throw out, same thing with fabric too!ReplyDelete
I LOVE how the cupboard door turned out and great job with the flowers, also- I love the saying you put with them!ReplyDelete
What a great way to use leftovers, turning into a paper mosaic! ^-^ReplyDelete
Wow there is a whole load of colour and cuttings going on here....looking forward to the goodies that will emerge.ReplyDelete
How big that beautiful boy of yours is getting...and off to school now too gulp! Hope your heart is easing into the change. I have no doubt Tyler is loving it! Hugs to you gorgeous xx
ps. so exciting to see your Sketchbook digitalised...looks AMAZING!
Very creative and beautiful, Kristin. I love to use leftovers. How do you keep your scraps in a tidy order? I really would like to find a way to do that.ReplyDelete
Love your DAISY painting and the patchwork mosaic use of your papers! Your spirit is FUN! Happy PPF!ReplyDelete
great, and I love seeing your workdesk too!ReplyDelete
Love them !!! Love the bright colors :)ReplyDelete
SWEET!!!!! I need to show my husband your pic of your worktable....so he knows it is part of art!!! not just me.ReplyDelete
Happy Birthday Kristin! Just saw it on facebook.ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful day!
Your work is so fun and happy, Kristin! I love getting this peek at your worktable. And what a great idea to draw with your non-dominant hand! I feel the wheels in my brain spinning...Thanks! :)ReplyDelete
Now this looks like real FUN! Nothing better than messing around with lots of colours and papers and glue and scissors an...and...and! ValerieReplyDelete
Excellent painting full of tenderness and sensitivity, delicious flowers.ReplyDelete
I love the idea of using your non-dominant hand to draw and it doesn't even look like it.ReplyDelete
Your creativity doesn't seem to have any limits!!! These carefree papers have been such a joy this summer!!ReplyDelete
So cute and colourful!ReplyDelete
thank you for your beautiful comment on my blog. i'm late getting round this week. i love the simplicity of this and how very effective it is in conveying the sentiment! just beautiful.ReplyDelete
I love, love all the bright, cheerful colors. What a wonderful way to use your papers!!ReplyDelete
No waste and gorgeous work to show for it! Beautiful work!ReplyDelete
Annabelle : )
What you can do with "leftovers" is pure magic. It always turns out stunning. Gorgeous work as always! :)ReplyDelete