|Rebecca @ Consider My Dear|
1. A drawing a day… my Art & design course starts in September & in my interview the tutor stressed how important simply drawing is & said that mine was weak (it is!) & that I needed to practise over the summer. One of Leigh-Ann’s draw-a-longs might come in pretty handy!
2. Make up some more earrings using up my current stash ready for sale.
I’m guessing I found this pic on weheartit but I have it saved on my laptop. I love tattoos & I appreciate the sentiment. I went to college yesterday for a mini-intro into what our course is about. It sounds like it’s going to be intense & getting the work/college balance right is going to be a struggle but it’ll be worth it & as the tatt says… “Without struggle there is no progress”
It’s raining here today so I thought I’d share some rain inspired Etsy finds… this gorgeous raincloud cushion is available here isn’t it so cute?!
You can get your very own personalised raincloud in sterling silver here… so sweet!
I love this gorgeous painting, found here, I love all the bright colours in it… makes me think of a sudden torrential downpour on a sunny day…
This one is so sweet, ‘Meeting To Feed Birds’ found here
Love this t-shirt, found here, & at only $20 it’s a bargain… payday tomorrow, hmmmm….
This necklace is gorgeous… found here
How unbelievably cute are these Love-Me-Notes??! Gorgeous… find them here
And I might have to treat myself to this before I start college in September! Find here
Well I actually have to pop into work today just to sort through my stuff & sort my drawer out as when I go back to work on Tuesday it’s as a waitress.. I am a manager no more! So I’m going to brave the rain & head in so that it’s over & done with…
Hope you have a lovely day! xoxox
… I’m a student! (Or I will be once I actually enrol in September.) I’ve been offered a place on the Access into Art & Design course @ Oxford Cherwell college in Oxford. It’s full time & means that I will be stepping down at work from Restaurant Manager to go back to waitressing as my shifts will be more flexible. I’m soooo excited!
Some of you may have seen this piece before on my previous blog but here it is for those of you that haven’t….
She’s painted on canvas & then I’ve glued fabric pieces on to make her dress. I was inspired by the work of Australian artist Kat Mcleod.
She now resides at my mums house in Norfolk! Itching to do something similar again… I like to use fabric in slightly different ways…
Previous two images by Kat Mcleod. She’s an illustrator who works in mixed media, love her work.
I’ve got my college interview today, cross your fingers for me! xoxox