Decided to put together a post with some of my favourite photography from my trip to Punta Cana this spring break! I took some beautiful photos and I'm really proud of how they turned out.
So excited to have finally gotten around to filming a ton of new videos for Mistral Spirit's new and improved YouTube page! In this video, I'm sharing: how I set up my binder for the new school year by creating personalized binder tab dividers what a typical subject binder looks like for me: in this… Continue reading organization || Back-to-School Binder Organization: Personalized Tab Dividers
In art class, we've been working on a three-part skeleton study. The three pieces are: Hand in graphite on white paper Torso of skeleton in hard pastel on coloured paper Skull on scratchboard This particular piece (the skull) was especially scary for me to start because it's a medium I'd never used before. It's also… Continue reading art || Scratchboard Skull Study: Adventures in Reverse-Drawing
I recently ordered and received my new dotted Moleskine notebook to use once I finish my current one (which is soon! Wow!). I was super excited, so I couldn't wait to start it out! One of the things I always do in a new bullet journal is have a pretty cover/title page that sets the tone, right on the first or second page of the notebook.
It's always fun to experiment with new spreads, titles and dividers, so I've created a comprehensive collection of practical (they don't take long!) yet classy (they look sweet!) fonts and lines that you can use for your collections and dailies! Check them out!
Originally published March 5, 2017 on Cre84me. Last weekend, I painted my great-grandmother's wedding ring with colour pencils! I'm really proud of how it turned out. It took a long time (about four hours total), but I got to try some really cool techniques with colour pencils: Originally, I planned to do a stroke-layering technique (where you… Continue reading art || Time Lapse Wedding Ring Painting with Colour Pencils