Jenn Hayslip will be working her magic again, at another glittery art event! And I am honored to be a part of it. When she announced the party, I was ready to sign up and attend, because her gatherings are so dreamy and beautiful.
I didn't even know who might be leading the projects or what they would be. I just knew that it had been too long since I'd attended one of her confections of perfection.
Then, when she contacted me and asked me if I wanted to be a teacher, I was thrilled and surprised! And excited to come up with a frothy, pastel, bit of prettiness to fit in with her aesthetic.
Lately, I've been doing a lot of the acrylic flow painting, and doodley stuff, so I was missing my days of working on delicate, sweet goodies. I tend to jump from idea to idea, and style to style, medium to medium, but I will always adore playing with vintage wallpaper and millinery blossoms in soft, dainty tones.
So, yep, I was in, and excited to delve into my stashes of vintage goodness.
At first, I scanned all of these images from Victorian Easter postcards to use. Then, decided I had something else in mind after all.
If you'd like them, please do save them from your screen and print. (I prefer printing onto matt photo paper, myself.)
For my own project, I've found some other images that I wanted to add. I scanned some old photos of little girls, bunnies, and baskets. Each kit will come with a collage sheet to chose the pictures the artist wants to use for their creation.
You know me, I like to offer extras and choices! And of course, we will be using the Good Stuff.
The only bad thing about this upcoming event is that it is soooo far away! I have to wait until next spring for it. I'm ready for some girlie fun RIGHT NOW.
Oh well, anticipation is part of the excitement right?
I hope I will see you there!