Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Play time

On Monday I was confined to the house for a bit because my vehicle was getting new tires put on. I also had to make a trip to the bank since after three failed attempts at my pin number, I was locked out on my bank card. While I was waiting for the garage to do the tires, I did a little playing in the craft room.

These are just some drawings on little papers that I'll put in the mini books. The size is 2.5" x 2.75".

I did them with watercolor colored pencils then outlined with a black Micron pen. I also added some paint using various methods. On the flower I used some glittery nail polish and extreme glitter paint on the leaves. The tree and bird got a bit of extreme glitter paint.

A closer look at the flower.

Tomorrow I'll show you a couple other ones I did.

11 comments:

baili said...

hope your pin problem resolves soon dear .
you used your spare time brilliantly !!!
these pieces of art are BEAUTIFUL!
loved the tree and bird most.
Happy valentine day !

Duni said...

Love these drawings! The little bird is cute :)

Sandra said...

at first I chose the bird as my favorite, after looking for longer, I think the flower is my favorite. that said. I love them ALL.. can't wait to see the books you put these in. glad you had fun playing while waiting on tires which is definitely not fun

Out on the prairie said...

A fun project, I could have placed that bird in my last post

SweetMarie said...

the bird is so cute! the flower is pretty and the tree is awesome!

Sandee said...

I like the flower the best, but I'm into anything pink.

Have a fabulous day, Ann. Big hug to you and lots of scritches to Gibbs. ♥♥♥

Grace said...

I took out my ruler to get a better sense of the size and wow- you packed a lot of detail in a small space. I think I would have preferred a close up of the tree. Glitter nail polish, eh - I sigh at the inventiveness of your mind.

Jille said...

Those are very pretty makes. Remembering pin numbers and passwords are just annoying! It was so much easier in the old days!

Debby@Just Breathe said...

They are adorable! You are very talented.

Ginny Hartzler said...

These are gorgeous! I could look at them all day. They seem to have texture, and I love their brilliance. They look both old and new. Nail polish, who knew?

Reeni Pisano said...

Those are so pretty! I'm a big believer in glitter!! The more the better. :)

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