BANK HOLIDAY BREAK

Hello my lovelies. I hope you’ve all had a great work week. It’s a beautiful bright morning here in my little corner of the northeast of England. It’s rather breezy but the sun is glorious and most welcome. We took Maisie for her morning walk and she was quite lively in the breeze.

Now, I’m coming to you early morning today because I have a few bits and pieces that need my attention. It’s day 52 of messing around with art supplies. No, I haven’t given up yet. In fact, I’m really getting into it. So, without further ado, here is today’s effort …..

All is bright

All is Bright ….. now that should really cheer us up. There are 217 days left until Christmas. Doesn’t it make a nice change talking about something cheerful rather than how many deaths due to the invisible enemy!!!!! Once again, I kept this art journal page simple. Once the background was prepped …..

Prep a1

I added some cut outs, a wee bit of simple text and some wate colour pencil shading. Voila …. Now I feel all cheery. Has anyone started their Christmas shopping yet? Hahaha

So, my lovely friends, it’s a bank holiday weekend here in England. I shall be taking the long weekend break from blogging. Rest assured that I will dedicate some time to being creative. And I will be staying home in order to be safe. I hope to have one or two interesting projects in progress when I return on Tuesday. I hope you all have a super cosy weekend doing all your favourite things. Until next time,

Let’s all keep on stitching and messing around with art supplies.

Lucie x

2 thoughts on “BANK HOLIDAY BREAK

  1. Ooh, I do like those pine trees & did they make you think of Xmas? Have a lovely bank holiday break & we’ll see what you’ve been up to next week. Take care, stay safe & huggles.

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    1. Hi Susan, yes I did think of Christmas. I love Christmas but I’m not keen on making Christmas related crafts! So it was a real switch for me to do a Christmas themed art journal page. I shall be sticking close to home this weekend so there will be no danger of catching the dreaded virus. Thanks for popping in today xx

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