Since the ‘Hiccup’ it has been a whirlwind of creating and new~ness….in every way, shape and form…at Classic Amy Joanne. Let me introduce you to a few new patterns ~ to create this Christmas Season….or get ready for next year! ….I know as Decorative Artists we can paint ‘Christmas’ all year long! ~*~ How could …
I find myself getting excited over the cutest homespun handmade things, like this little Gingerbread Sweetness Garland.…..maybe longing for simpler times. This Classic Chalk Art Ginger would be happy as a garland wrapped around the tree, a simply made ornament or a gift tag for a tin of sweets for a special someone.
I have a love for Vintage if you haven’t noticed….I like the look of vintage, the feel of vintage, to collect vintage, to design vintage and to paint on vintage…….that’s a whole lotta Vintage!
You asked~I’m delivering…..my pretties! Creating the Halloween Hat This is probably the most requested Mixed Media project I created…..and with a few simple steps and supplies you can create one (or two) of your own, just in time for Halloween!
I was really into it…. makin’ Dippy~Do Dots that is…..on the ‘Sweet Treats Christmas Club’ Ornaments!
It’s here! The Sweet Treats Christmas Acrylic Painting Club! Alotta painting punch ~ packed into 3 months!
It is not ours to keep.…that is what my Mom taught me. Our time, our talents, our gifts, and our money ~ God gave us each something to offer and to share with each other and especially those in need.
Painting Bear Fur – Technique Video and Pattern My painting world opened up when I discovered the Bringle Blender Brushes from Scharff Brushes. For most of my painting life I have heard and read about using an ol’ scruffy brushes to make fur on animals and leaves on tree tops…..but it takes a long time …
Another look at vintage classic style in colored pencil! This post is jam-packed with a colored pencil pattern created to share with you, a colored pencil technique video, a guessing game, a few places to click and visit and a quick sale too….glad you stopped by, enjoy!
I love curiosity….it runs hand in hand with creativity!