Peach Black

This is another concoction using almost a polygonal arrangement with the flowers. This time, I wanted to keep the flowers natural looking by folding a rose. The white flowers seemed to work pretty well as an off-set triangle. This was just an accident, of course, no distinct design here, just random play and see what…

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Nocturne

¬† The weather seems to herald spring already. This year I wanted the folly flowers to be nocturnal. In Asia, there are flower species which bloom at night and are specially fragrant.So I thought why not use what’s left of my black linen-pressed-effect paper as the background for this tableau. For some reason, in the…

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A Very Rococo ‘Thank You’

This week has certainly been mad-card-making-week. I’ve created several cards for all the events crammed into one week. I’ve left my job last Friday and I thought I’d make a nice card for all the folks at work. I had such a laugh with all of them and I loved working there. But life has…

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Quilling with Crayons

This is my latest visual work. I quilled some flowers and then spattered ¬†some crayon colours on them. I quite like how it turned out. It’s a work in progress. I quite like the process of this approach because of its two contrasting ‘tendencies’: the control and bordering-on-obssessive approach of the quilling against the broad,…

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