Generic notebooks are great to experiment with but I have not found one robust enough to handle the daily use a bullet journal gets.While I often make my own journals to include different specialty papers, I have tried a few purchased notebooks. Rhodia: have the best paper weight, love them for sketching but also [...]
So back when in 2015 when I started bullet journaling because I saw it as a way to bring my eclectic interests together all in one place. And you know what? it worked! Part to do list, part planner, part dreams & part note taker: My bullet Journal is whatever I need it to be, [...]
via Siberian princess reveals her 2,500 year old tattoos These are some truly fascinating designs; so should they inspire a new silver jewellery line or my own new “ink”?
A journey into the unknown, beginning of a necessary upheaval & transformation leading to a calm and peaceful place. Success after a period of anxiety. Also a journey over water. This card is from the Northern Shadows Tarot.
“I lived my life as a disguised criatura, creature. Like my kith and kin before me, I swagger-staggered in high heels, and I wore a dress and hat to church. But my fabulous tail often fell below my hemline and my ears twitched until my hat pitched, at the very least, down over my ears [...]
I find that the most space I need is mental space. As a thinker constantly taking in my surroundings and endlessly churning up ideas I find a cluttered mind just a hindering as a cluttered space. So cleansing exercises like intuitive writing, planning my week in my calendar, turning of the phone and logging out [...]
First time sellers will often look at the cost of the materials to make the item, but soon realise that is only part of the story. The cost of hand-made compared to cheap imports can seem intimating. Listening to the comments of casual viewers at markets and fairs reveal some interesting misconceptions about handmade products. [...]
Exhibition on from 28th June to the 11 July 2012
Artistic Doodles!! I have now delved into the world of Doodling! at my local Book & Paper group, Tricia has been doing a year long residency at The Richard Randall Studio, she has invited us all to contribute to her project. One of the ways has been these nature doodles, we started them [...]
I have been totally loving Craft Australia’s blog posts Musing on sustainability, I have been reading heaps of wonderful stories on how designers and artists have embraced this way of life and there values are reflected in what they do. So I guess I needed to say what that means to me, as what is [...]