Finally, after a lot of consideration and contemplating I decided it was time for me to follow a sewing class.
For a couple of years I’ve been making all these fun patterns which I made available for fabric (and wallpaper) in my Spoonflower shop. But I never really got myself to sew things of my own fabric.
I tried a couple of things and taught myself some basic ways to sew in the…
Begin of February I started the Make Art That Sells: Assignment Bootcamp from Lilla Rogers.
Last year I already attended the ‘Make Art that Sells’ school by Lilla, and this Bootcamp is actually an extension of this e-course.
During the bootcamp we get one assignment per month for a duration of 6 months. These assignments are meant to stretch ourselves creatively as an artist and help us…
Pretty in Pink Agenda!
End of last year I collaborated, together with 50+ other creatives, with Dutch designer A…
Cards for sale at Hip & Stip
I have some fun news again.
Two of my PetiteMiripostcard designs are now also…
Hip Hiep Hoera!
I am attending Surtex 2014!
I haven’t really blogged a lot lately, but that’s because it has been a busy few months.
"Snirf" said the goose
My mum has been ill for a couple of weeks now, and to cheer her up I made a quick character ‘get…
These illustrations were made in collaboration with Dutch children’s book writer Marlies Verhelst.
When I was still attending secondary school, she was my teacher for the subject ‘Dutch language’. We know each other from wayyy back. We came in contact coincidentally via twitter and decided we wanted to try a collaboration.
Marlies writes lots of fun children’s book stories. You should really look her up if you are from the Netherlands. She wrote this story as well, and as a try-out I made two illustrations for it which we sent to publishers as a try-out.
Our main character is Kikker (Frog) who is taking part in a contest. He has two friends; Salamander and Pad (Toad) who accompany him.
For more detail images, please have a look here
It was about time for a new blog post, wasn’t it?
The holidays are coming and it always inspires me to create lots of new stuff. I know I am not the only one who loves arts and crafts so I came up with these new freebies.
These are Printable Christmas ornaments that look great in your Christmas tree or (in my case) your chandelier.
They are up for grabs but please respect my copyrights and don’t use them for any commercial stuff.