Sunday, October 29, 2017

Mage Chronicles parts and Coffee painting

yes ! Coffee painting ! Did you know that Instant coffee makes a fantastic paint? Depending on how many coffee granules you use in a few drops of water the result is a light sepia brown with only a few , or a rich dark brown when using half a teaspoon and making a thick paste.
The bonus? Your painting will even smell of coffee ;)
When I saw the coffee painting class on Skillshare I didn't waste any time to mix up 5 different tones of coffee in my mixing palette and got painting.
Very pleased how they turned out :)

Cute , huh?
I also finished "Sunflowers in 3 different styles" class and got my certificate :)

Oh yes ! And I updated the "Pattern" page.
I found this lovely crochet granny blanket and posted the link for a free PDF instruction download .Just register on the website to have access to this and 110 more pages of free downloads. So if knitting isn't your cup of coffee or tea , there is a crochet version.
And I will update the "Pattern" page with the next square knitting patterns after this post.
We had the switch over to Winter saving time today and due to that I am up early this Sunday morning. Seriously ? Saving time? What is the point when I have to turn on the lights being up so early ?

Today I'll give you the last 2 download links for "The Mage's Chronicles"
Then next week I start with the Autumn kit before we slowly start heading towards Winter and Christmas themes.
And I might just have a few "extras" as well....

More papers

and more elements

Happy Halloween and Blessed Samhain to you all.
Stay crafty and 'till next week 
Hugs Snowy


Edna B said...

Your coffee paintings are awesome! What a creative idea! Congratulations on your certificate for the sunflower paintings. Nice job. I keep saying I'm going to try some of these neat ideas, but I'm having a problem finding the time. So many super things to do, so little time. hahaha.

Your Patterns page is wonderful. I'll be checking it to see what new things you add to it. You have a great day, hugs, Edna B.

Jerrie said...

Wonderful kit ! Thank You so much !