A few little things have happened recently that have brought back an old gripe of mine. That old feeling that as a Christian artist, one of the hardest hurdles is finding a sense of belonging in the church.
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Small, Smaller, Smallest (Painting Kits)
How small can I make my watercolour kit?
Can I paint with just three tiny items?
Best Plein Air Accessories
There’s a whole community of artists out there who spend a vast amount of time dwelling on their art supplies and it’s on the levels of paranoid US preppers.
Bouquet of roses
Because I can’t send physical flowers to those who need them, here’s some I painted.
I am sure many of you are a bit nervous about dyeing your own cotton, so I made a little video to show you how I did it.
O Boundless Salvation Quilt
The Boundless Salvation quilt
Under the bushel
These are the miracles that bring a man back on his feet, the opportunities that can only be seen by visionaries.
Face Painting Kits
Some time ago I decided I wasn’t happy with my dolls having plain plastic dots for eyes. I tried painting onto the safety eyes, but the paint peeled off too easily.
The problem with crochet eyes is that the stitches don’t line up squarely as they do in knitting, so counting stitches doesn’t work either.
Bluebells (I think)
My voice is slowly returning, but coughing like crazy. When it comes to growing things I am utterly useless. I can kill a plant quicker than any weedkiller without even trying so gardening isn’t my thing. My garden is just a square of grass that gets cut by the council. I could plant something, butContinue reading “Bluebells (I think)”