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Tuesday, April 22, 2014

A little Sharpie sketchtangle!


Hi. This is a quick sketch-tangle I did of a little egg with air plant (I received for Easter)... took photos in different light (neither were ideal) and here are the results:

It's a quiet hobby, and that is what I am looking for these days!  Sewing on a machine is noisy.  Hand embroidery works, as does drawing.  

7 comments:

Bobbie Lynn said...

Hi Julie,
Love your drawings. Is there such a thing as "quick projects". : ) Drawing sounds like one and you can take that anywhere.

thanks for your comment. I'm so excited about growing butternut this year. I hope they do well. I will be starting a few more seedlings. this week. They say 4 to 5 butternuts per plant. I sure hope so.
Have a good evening.
Blessings,
Bobbie Lynn

Lisa at Greenbow said...

You are such a good artist Julie. Keep it up. I love air plants. I have several.

Claude said...

Cool. Cute little egg... at first i thought it was a pineapple! Then i actually looked, lol

Skyline Spirit said...

pretty nice blog, following :)

Simone Felic said...

Também desenhos nas horas vagas , você tem talento.
bom fim de semana.
http://eueminhasplantinhas.blogspot.com.br/

Bobbie Lynn said...

Good Morning Julie
The ink that I use for Copic is Memento Dy Ink. The sell them at Jo-anns and Michael's. The Tuxedo black is what I use a lot but I have other Memento colors and I want to see what I get using other colors. I have used other markers, like my tombow and they seem to work well also. I just found at Jo anns Coredinations Extra Thick card stock,110 lb. it works great and Michael's carries Recollections heavy weight card sock. I like them both. They come in white and ivory.
Happy stamping!
Blessings,
Bobbie Lynn

shirley said...

At first glance i thought it was a pineapple too but then i looked again and realised what it was. Yes i agree your drawings are good julie and it is nice to sir and do quiet things at times when we lead such busy lives as you do too