And this is my sign…I’ll be marching in London UK on 20th October. (The answer to the clue is not “rooster” 🤣) I would have liked to have painted this on a typewriter style font but time is short
More preserving. Amazing how all that beetroot can fit into one jar once its sliced up! I used to hate beetroot with a passion. Now I love it.
A fun way to use up bookbinding scraps, blind tooling and gold leaf decoration.
This is a set of 100 cards I made for my partner who is a musician. I used my Adler Tippa for the texts and my Smith Corona 6cpi for the sleeve and box text. I used 130 gsm Fabriano paper, from Shepherd’s Bookbinding supplies in London, UK . For the box I upcycled one of those stiff card envelopes you often get books through the post delivered in.
Brian Eno and Peter Schmidt created Oblique Strategies as a card- based inspirational tool in the early 1970s. Most of the suggestions on the cards can be used to think creatively about any dilemma or situation, though some are music specific. The originals are still around, though prohibitively expensive if you can find them on eBay. I couldn’t work out how to get a new set. I got frustrated and just started typing, gathering the prompts from various different places on the interwebs.
When it happens, it feels like magic 🙂
This is one of those satisfying activities that you do for no reason other than the moment of satisfaction. The stone will tumble, and a photograph doesn’t really capture what it feels like in real life. Your mind emptied of everything you are at one with this stone until you let it go and see it balanced. I could get addicted to balancing pebbles on the beach. If you can, give it a try, you might surprise yourself.