Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Creative Every Day:
I don't think I've taken time to say that I joined a group about being creative every day. It is for this year and started by the wonderful Leah who has done art everyday month (November). This is for the entire year. I know that there is rarely a day that goes by in which I am not creative, in one way or another, but this will be more about trying to document that more regularly. I realize that it is nearly the end of the month and I have not been documenting my art BUT I have been working slowly, diligently, at cleaning in the basement and particularly trying to organize my art supplies and room. As I've said before - it's about slow as molasses. But I think it will feel about as sweet as molasses too once I ever get it finished.
Here are a number of the boxes I've been decorating in the process of trying to organize all my stamps. I always had to dig through layers of stamps in just a couple of boxes to find the ones I wanted. With this collection of unusual boxes I will be able to, hopefully, have just one layer of stamps in each box. We'll see how it goes. I will be decorating a couple more boxes for yarn and fibres. I've got some of those already in purchased boxes but ran out. Good thing I found some more shoe boxes to empty. Now I can have the fun of decorating them.

















And here are some stamps I've been making - fun foam pieces and carved from rubber. I have plans especially for fabric:

shapes for stamps

fun with foam

carving

I've also been doing a couple of videos in the past weeks for creating. I'll be sharing another one about the farm tomorrow.

angels be with you,
Wendy XO

12 comments:

valerie said...

love your work it is very inspirational i have made a couple of small stamps using small erasers but yours are gorgeous

val

black eyed susans kitchen said...

Wendy, That is some challenge..art every day? I love the concept, don't know if I am capable. The blue box is divine. I just love your work. Susan

KarenHarveyCox said...

OMG, OMG, OMG. You are unbelievable. Wendy of all the talent I have come across on the Internet, yours is amazing. Have you ever though of opening up your Etsy shop? Do you sell you work locally? OMG video tutorials! Wendy, have you submitted your work to Cloth Paper Scissors Magazine? OMG I love, love this work.

Blessings, Karen

suesviews said...

Mmmmmmmm..... :D
Delicious creativity...
I joined the group, too, at the beginning of Jan. I will do better ;)
ABWY, sweetheart xXx

Leah said...

the boxes are great!! and i love the stamps! i've been wanting to try carving some stamps as well. it seems like it'd be a wonderful way to make great collage papers!

Janet said...

Your boxes are beautiful! So romantic and feminine and nostalgic. And your stamps are great!! I keep thinking I'll carve some stamps but never get around to doing it.

the bliss guild team said...

Hi there,

We just found your wonderful blog! Your boxes and stamps are very pretty.

Creatively,

Bliss Guild

windy angels said...

You are all so very kind. Back at you asap. Family difficulties at moment - daughter, etc. Nothing I can't handle with all the angels :D

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windy angels said...

Blessings to each of you. I am in the dastardly process of still trying to clean my basement, art space. Later last week I grew tired and had additional challenges.
Then I made some art. Ahhh. I am in the process of trying to gain permission to use music on a video I made surrounding the art. Hopefully it won't take forever. I will be heartbroken if I cannot have the permission. Copyright laws can be very strict.

Anonymous said...

Hello dear,

I love the look of those boxes. What a great idea using the foam to create images, I didn't know you could do it that way. I feel like decorating everything at sight.

Elena

purplepaint said...

Wendy - I love these pieces! The blue is just beautiful, reminds me of an old quilt I have. By the way thank you for your wonderful comments on my cone. :) Marva

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