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Baby it's cold outside...

My little window kisser :)

The snow didn't last very long, (about 4 hours) but it has gone really cold and icy, especially where we live.  Despite the cold, my Little Miss has insisted on playing in the garden and watering the already frozen plants... kids.
Yes I know you're not supposed to do that, but they were the dead sun flowers from the summer.

Meanwhile, I have stayed in the warm and tried to get all technical again. 
 I don't know if you have noticed but the 'shop' now has something in it... and PayPal button too.  Impressive hey?!
I realise that 1 item does not make a 'shop', but I'll be adding a few more smaller items very soon, now that I know (or think I know) how to add everything correctly, so hopefully someone might part with a few pennies and buy something from me.

I had a 'day off' creating yesterday due to family commitments, but I've started to collage the background of the canvas that I'm going to use for the face from my last post.

Take a peek...


This is only a section as the canvas is one of the rectangular ones that I have used recently.
The text comes from the poem 'I carry your heart with me' by E.E.Cummings.
My Mum introduced me to it...






It's looking like the colour scheme will be pinks at the moment.
This might change though, as you know, I don't always start with a plan for these things.
I like to just let it evolve, and I go wherever it takes me.

Tomorrow once it has dried properly, and lost all the wrinkles, I'll maybe add a little paint and ink to distress it.  
But then again, I might not... you know as much as I do.



If you are thinking of watering sunflowers, just remember to wrap up warm
and
sing along...
baby it's cold outside


(so stay in and make art)


Rachelle x


2 comments

Kristine said...

Great Holiday Post, Rachelle ~ Merry Christmas to you and yours!
~Kristine

Rachelle said...

Hi Kristine,
Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today, it's great to see you. It feels like there is so much to do before Christmas, shopping and more art of course.
Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas too.
Rachelle x