My studio has been filling up with animals lately, as you can see. I’ve added some prints to the shop here and here, and I’m thinking I’ll make some into notecards the next time I place an order for those. In the meantime, I’ve been asked about putting these critters on tote bags and baby onesies, so I’m off to experiment with that. Perhaps while I’m at it I’ll prep them for iPhone covers and cushions too, what do you say?
A while ago I found out I’d won a giveaway on Alison’s blog, and then I promptly forgot about it until a sweet little package showed up in the mail. What a great surprise! I already own a few of Alison’s creations, so I knew it was going to be good, and I was not disappointed. Thank you so much, Alison! I am way, way impressed with the knitting. I already have visions of a combination of the knit and the tweed, how delicious! As for the rest of you, if you aren’t familiar with Tweed Delights, go right now. It’s a must-view!
I was bored of the artwork I had hanging over the fireplace, so I decided to paint something that went with the season. I wanted something simple that would look nice in a set of three. I started with trees (and I might share those another time) but ultimately ended up with some colorful leaves painted in watercolor. I’m working on different paper, a kind I don’t normally prefer, but I enjoy the way you can see the tooth of the paper more in these pieces. (Oh, and if you’re looking for your own autumn color, prints are available in a set here.)