Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Create Daily with Alisa Burke

Alisa Burke proposes a new "light" online class: Create Daily. This is my first class with Alisa, and I think I'll like it.
The class aims at showing us, busy women, that there is always a few minutes to be creative, with everyday objects.

In her last post, Alisa proposed to use a pen ball to do some doodling. Well, great idea.
I'm sending some item to my daughter, and thought the enveloppe was a bit blank. What about some doodling? But why make it simple when you can add some zest? I've been given a beautiful glass feather for my birthday, and inks for Xmas, so I grabbed my feather and my inks, and here is the result.


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What a good feeling to have spent a few minutes "creating"!
I wish you evening is as happy as mine.
Take care.

8 comments:

houndstooth said...

I know first hand that you are a VERY creative person! I am in awe of your talents.

We got your card today and I love it! It's so pretty, and probably the most beautiful thing I've gotten in the mail in a very long time. You have an artist's eye and soul in everything you touch! Thank you!

P.S. Have you ever seen the blog What Remains Now? http://whatremainsnow.com/ I think you'd like it!

Lisa at Greenbow said...

This is so much fun. I can see that you will be doing more of this. Your feather and inks are a great inspiration.

georgia little pea said...

that is SO pretty, Vero! What is a glass feather? OMG, this reminds me that i forgot to send you something....i will do it now. xox

aracne said...

Vero, this is just beautiful. Thank you for the link to Alisa Burke, I signed up for the online class, see you there!
Bonne Année!

neki desu said...

pretty little fish!
you could have the image burned into a thermofax and use it for printing repeats on cloth or paper.

Priscilla said...

What a beautiful fish! I really admire your creativeness and talent. Everything that you make is so beautiful and artistic.

Bassetmomma said...

That is absolutely beautiful!!

Kerri said...

Your fish is beautiful, Vero. I so admire your gift of creativity. What a clever girl you are!