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Sheep Dip

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

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! 😊🌞


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!


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!


Black Bean and Headphones Sheep

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


Sandy the Beach Sheep

Driftwood stopped drifting
to become
A close knit community


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! 🌞


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!


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!


Happy tEwesday!

May the tangents you go off on today

Lead you into merry adventures.