Thursday, February 26, 2015
I pinned this picture a couple of years ago and it is one of the pins that gets repined on a regular basis.
My kitchen has a bay window, and the colors are similar. I really liked the way this kitchen made me feel while looking at it.
It's comfortable, clean, has some warmth. I like the round table, fresh flowers.
I also really like the window treatments.
What's your favorite pin?
Do you use pinterest?
I love it.
You create all kinds of boards.
Last month, I had another Jockey Person to Person party. What a great time. I should have wrote a post about all the great clothes I got again for hosting. It was incredible. I'm so bummed that Jockey is closing down this division of their company. I will be on the lookout for another product like it in the future.
Anyways, sorry I got off track. Here's a board I created on pinterest to inspire me for the party.
I do this kind of thing a lot. The pillows for the couch are something I'm still planning to make for my living room couch.
I'll keep you posted.
If you haven't signed up with pinterest yet, you might want to. If you already are, great. Either way, follow me, so I can find and follow you there too. I'm always on the look out for new inspiration.
Sunday, February 15, 2015
I love it when I find some time to do a little practice sketching. This one was done using gel pens. Don't you just adore the way the ink spills out of a these pens? I'm kind of pleased with the way her eyes turned out. A little disappointed in the ear. Maybe I should have covered it with her hair? Oh well, practice, practice.
This was a bible verse from a couple of weeks ago in church. Jesus was asked by his disciples which is the most important commandment of all.
Ah, interesting question, I thought, so I wrote it down. Who knew I would be using it on some art? The second most important commandment is to love your neighbor as yourself. If only everyone could do this? I wonder what our world be like?
Last night, we watched the movie "The Hundred-Foot Journey." We all were kind of surprised that we really enjoyed it. Watching others embrace their passions is so inspiring. Yes?