Hello, friends! Welcome to our May FOU Blog Hop!
May. Such a beautiful month.
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This months cue of "Inspired By" is very dear to me as inspiration in creating, simply in living, encompasses much of what I do, how I react and interact. Especially how I create.
Creativity doesn't always come easy to me. I often look to others, to resources, for a spark I can draw from. One of my greatest sources of artistic inspiration comes from watching other creators. More so, the creative style of Angie Blom. I accredit much of my watercoloring and cardmaking growth to learning from her. I'll always be thankful for you, Angie!
This card was Inspired By the young ladies of this generation trying to find their way in a world that can be as cruel & confusing as it is beautiful and awe-inspiring. My prayer is that they are given the opportunity to Grow in Grace.
I masked her off to stamp behind an element piece from the Dec 22 KOM A New Chapter. The sweet & powerful sentiment is also from the Dec 22 KOM.
Don't shy away from masking stamps like this that have all those wonderful little bits. I trimmed my masking paper off to frame the majority of her hair and around her face. Worked perfectly even with the wispy hair!
This next card uses a Unity best seller called You Are Forever Beautiful.
I hope you’ll join our Inspired by cue and create some new cards to share in Unity Show & Tell and share with us what inspired you to create them! Please, TAG ME if you do. I would truly love to see them and read what inspires you to create!!
My hope is that you read through the entire blog. Makes my heart so happy thinking you do!
I love your style so much. Maybe I’ll be inspired by you 😉 Beautiful work as always ❤️ Jane
Forgive any grammar mistakes you may find. However, I am always open to friendly and constructive criticism or correction. Please know, I write my blog out of absolute enjoyment and do not stress overlooked errors. Thank you, friends!