Hello friends…I hope you had a great weekend.
I’m gearing up for a busy week, but wanted to quickly stop by to share some exciting news.
I have the honour of being one of babble’s newest contributors. I am so excited for this new opportunity and can’t wait to share new and fun projects with you there.
As you may know, watercolor is one of my favourite mediums as I love watching the paint dance on the paper as the water directs its path. So it was only appropriate that my first project would include something to do with watercolor.
I wanted to create the same organic feel on ceramics mugs and knew that alcohol inks would be perfect for this project. It would mean so much if you could join me over at babble to check it out, and as always, your feedback is welcomed.
Thank you so much for visiting today.
Happy new week sweet friends…xo
p.s. – a quick reminder that if you haven’t had a chance to see it yet, tomorrow (09/01) is the last day for my Joss & Main house tour sale and there are still some really great sale items. 🙂
Jamie | anderson + grant says
Congratulations, Lucy! It is so exciting to see all the wonderful things happening for you and your blog. I’m sure that you inspire everyone who sees your work!
COngrats! and I absolutely LOVE this! I have to try.I already have some ideas…..
Congrats! So excited for you! Your cups are a knock out cute! And the prints are just too cute.
Have a great day!
where did the wall plaque “trust in the Lord” come from?
These are beautiful! I can’t wait to give it a try!
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