The amazing Kali Borovic recently pondered one of my featured images in fact, she said exactly this: “If you could blog about this magical world in your featured imagine, that would be great! xx.” So here I am today, ready to explain to you all about the wonderful and creative Magic Garden! Where is the Magic Garden? […]
Originally posted on a cornered gurl: Courtesy of Google Images You say That I “worry you” I’m fragile And you need to Keep my health In mind I’m open enough To let you Have this as A way of Knowing something Else Is bugging you And my living Comfortably is a Distraction I no longer…
This video is a bit older, but still contains some great information!
Here is a really simple tutorial on how to paint pour on a budget.
This is something you can do this weekend to reset yourself.
Beautiful work from the artist!
Each design is printed on an authentic antique dictionary page from the early to mid-1900’s. The pages that are used for each print are random pages from a vintage dictionary. Each page has a great antique look and feel. You will receive the exact image shown however the dictionary pages that are used will vary. This makes each print a one of a kind, as no two pages will be exactly the same. Each print measures 8×10 inches unless otherwise noted. Colors may vary slightly from the image shown. The prints DO NOT come framed, but will fit any standard 8×10 frame or any larger frame with an 8×10 matte. Our prints look amazing framed and displayed in any room of your home. They also make great one of a kind gifts!
I’m excited to bring you the second in the series of three posts featuring the beautiful black and white photography of Sabrina Boem. In the last post, I teased that one of Sabrina’s photos was selected for National Geographic’s ‘Daily Dozen’ as an Editor’s Favorite, but I didn’t share which photo that was. Well, that […]
Paul Andruss who is a wonderful contributor to the blog introduced me to an extremely talented artist and illustrator Donata Zawadzka. Here is an illustration from Paul’s book Thomas the Rhymer. Donata very kindly allowed me to use one of her illustrations for a short story destined for the new Tales from the Garden due out […]
We all have weaknesses, and facing them head on isn’t exactly easy. But what if, instead of having to battle our weakness we turned it around and used our weaknesses as an advantage, a personal style? I have a short attention span, I get disinterested in my work when it becomes overwhelming, generally speaking if […]