seeing spots saturday


I like to have a boundary to work within, edges to bounce around in. Be it a color, a physical size of substrate, or a shape.

Saturday I chose spots.

Gathering up some spot making tools (corks & sequin waste* mostly) I set about spottings!

*sequin waste – the stuff from which sequins have been punched & can be got in craft stores. Also known as ‘punchinella’, but I really don’t like that word. Yeh, I know… but there are some words I just don’t like 😉

new things old things


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this was Monday’s page, recycling techniques in a new order, mostly acrylic with a bit of ink spray. Very much into stenciling just now. I’ve ordered some Frisket paper (and waiting on delivery as I type) and giddy with anticipation!!

dot dot dot …


I’m so glad I posted the beginnings of Wednesday, cos all trace of that pink ricey start are now hidden beneath layers of acrylic dots!

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Using sequin waste (punchinella) as a stencil, I’m most taken by the white dots, raised from the surface with nice crisp edges, made with thick goopy printing ink.