Summer relaxation . . . need a break?

Take time to relax. Ahhhh…!

Lilly the Ladybug relaxing

I’ve neglected to blog the last few days. This week was just one of those weeks when I needed to take a break from the normal routine and step back from the computer. Ever have one of those times? Since I was not on the computer as frequently this week, it gave me time to write some letters to friends. Yes, the good ol’ fashioned hand-written letter! I’m still a fan of a handwritten message vs. a computer print-out. For quite some time I’ve abandoned the hand-written letter habit that I used to do regularly. It was nice to look through my collection of greeting cards and pick out a card for each of my friends that I decided to send a message to.

And speaking of greeting cards, I want to find some greeting card companies to send my artwork to. That’s always been a dream of mine since I was a young girl drawing pictures whenever I could. Sometimes I’d grab a TV tray with my drawing materials and draw outside on our grassy lawn. I fondly remember those moments of creativity. I also remember the excitement of having a blank drawing tablet ready for new artwork. It’s hard to describe the thrill of a new supply of paper and drawing tools, partly due to the anticipation of new ideas and the act of creating. Over the years, I still hang onto the excitement of obtaining new art supplies. It’s so exciting anticipating the new creative opportunities and endeavors awaiting in new supplies. Yay!

The photo above is a watercolor I made of my Lilly the Ladybug character relaxing among the flowers. To see other samples of my watercolors, please stop by my website, Lilly Bug Studio.

About christine

A watercolor and sculpture artist and avid crafter/designer. Working creatively with my hands is what gives me joy and contentment and makes me want to get up in the morning.
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4 Responses to Summer relaxation . . . need a break?

  1. Mike's Hemp Bracelets says:

    That is soo cute! Makes me want to go lay and relax, haha

  2. Angela says:

    That is really a good idea about the greeting card…your art would be adorable on a card or calendar. I think you should start at the top and go straight to Hallmark!

  3. ElegantSnobbery says:

    Oh I hear ya! I'm like a giddy little kid when I get new artsy craftsy supplies! LOVE them!!

    Good luck with the greeting cards! That is awesome!

  4. Christine says:

    Thanks everyone for your comments! 🙂

    Yeah, I should send my samples to Hallmark, after all I used to work at a Hallmark store. Worked there for 7 years and started a little "inspiration" card collection while there. I love greeting cards and I do miss working at a Hallmark store.

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