Just Sew Ewe Know

I ought to have been sewing with this stuff out lol.

Sheep Dip

Lost in a mysterious world
Where only one name exists
Marco Polo

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Baseball and Soccer Sheep

As baseball season ends (and what a fun season it was), I have to recognise this big part of summer with a sheep. Soccer season is almost done too so it’s a sporty mix.

I bet there are lots of sheep to be found in fall and winter too.

When kids go back to school I want to do a post about social media, specifically promoting friends who don’t do the same thing as you.

Enjoy the rest of your summer! 😊🌞

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Wool Sheep

Joyce was fresh from the hairdressers
And ready to rock ‘n roll.

Dallying with textiles in canvases, I was nervous about putting so many holes in the canvas but it was fun.

Anyone dabbled in embroidery or mixed media like this? I wonder what a big woolly green hedge would look like.

Happy creating!

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Marsh Sheep

D’is sheep is chill
So mallow
So marsh
Marsh Mallow

Happy long weekend to Canadians. Hubby is off next week so I will be on the hunt for my next interesting found sheep as we travel about. Have a good one!

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Black Bean and Headphones Sheep

Black bean sheep of the family
Does her own thing.
Headphones block out the dissent.

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Sandy the Beach Sheep

Driftwood stopped drifting
to become
A close knit community
Baa!

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Found Sheep Series

Hi folks! Hope everyone is thoroughly enjoying summer.

I thought I’d dip my toes back into blogging slowly by showing you some found sheep.

The kitchen, beach and park are three good sources of materials for a found project.

Anyone fancy trying it. Maybe a found bird?

Happy Summer! 🌞

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Summer Break

Wishing everyone a fab summer as colorful as this artwork. I’m going to have a blogging break. I’ll return in September. I’ll still post the art I make on Instagram. Have a good one!
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Oil Pastel Tardis

For a while now I’ve wanted to do more scratching through top layer. That effect is so cool. I only really thought about it for acrylic paint.

I love oil pastels at the moment. They look so bright used properly. So how cool is it to use the scratch through technique with them.

Here is a tiny bit of scratch through:

 

And here is a really cool scratch through sketch. (Say that three times fast)

Already I’m thinking of scratching through the sheep’s wool, a hay bale, a wagon wheel and grass.

It’s such a fun project for kids to try in the hols if they will just do it.

Happy creating!

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