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Embroidery, My Illustrative experiments

Illustrative Experiments: Embroidery

Finally! Back to the crafty experiments! Sorry for the delay of sharing the results of Crafty Moods Project nr. 5. The website’s new look took quite a bit of my time. These weeks I spent such long hours behind my computerscreen that my eyes turned square and I ended up with a bad need for some old fashioned offline handwork. Which in my case ment: getting it on with needle & thread.

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Illustration, My Illustrative experiments

Illustrative Experiments: Lino printing

I’ve been enjoying and sharing other people’s work for so long but never seem to find the time to get my own hands busy. That’s why, this September, I started off the Crafty Moods Project. For one year, every month, I pick a random material (paper, paint, fabric and everything in between) which I use to make illustrations. After each month the results of my experiments will be shared on the blog. Scary!

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Sandra Apperloo
Illustration, My Illustrative experiments

Illustrative Experiments: Inktober

I’ve been enjoying and sharing other people’s work for so long but never seem to find the time to get my own hands busy. That’s why, last month, I started off my very personal Crafty Moods Project. I will pick a random material material (paper, paint, fabric and everything in between) every month which I will use to make my own illustrations. One year, every month, I will share the results on the blog. Scary!

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Sandra Apperloo
Illustration, Mixed Media, My Illustrative experiments

Illustrative Experiments: Washi Tape

Eek! I’m sharing my own art on the blog today! And I don’t even usually make art!

Actually, that’s exactly why I decided to do this. I’ve been enjoying and sharing other people’s work for so long but never seem to find the time to get my own hands busy. I’m a very impatient person. When I try to make something out of something, the point where I give up just comes too quickly. That is frustrating, because all the beauty I come across while sharing art inspires me deeply and I do enjoy working with my hands a lot.

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