Monday, November 05, 2012

I am Seeing Watercolor Blobs & Magic Mushrooms!

 
 
Happy Monday everyone!
 
I am havng so much FUN taking short 5 minute breaks throughout the day to put down my crochet hook and pick up colored pencils and markers to quickly find new blob friends in my watercolor blob book that I made in my recent Art Camp for Women Retreat!
 
It is amazing how shifting gears for just a few minutes can rev up your whole day with exciting inspirations to create even more ideas & joy for things you love to do!
 
 
Here is the little bird I just found waiting to be brought to life!


...and the page below has a mysterious sea creature just waiting to be filled in at my next 5 minute break!

Oooo!  How FUN!

I found him right before it was time to go back to work so that I would have a new inspiration to look forward to! :)


 
R-Chee likes my watercolor blobs but told me today in no uncertain terms that he is waiting for me to complete another row on my rug hooking kit that I am making for his Pug Cave.
 
I promise we will do another row after dinner tonight R-Chee!
 
Tee Hee!
 
He can be a demanding little guy sometimes!
 
What FUN & relaxing things do you like to do during the day to spark a new idea, inspiration and SMILE for yourself?
 
Please leave us a note and let us know!
 
We cannot wait to hear all about it!
 
xoxoxo
Melissa & R-Chee

9 comments:

What Remains Now said...

I have so enjoyed seeing your watercolor blobs come to life. They're so whimsical and fun!

Lori Wostl said...

Had a little blob session myself today - did you see Carla's next book will be out next week? Lori W at Art Camp for Women

Meredith LeBlanc said...

We love that blob! and can't wait to see R-Chee's rug finished...

♥♥♥
Meredith & Scarlet

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Wonderful creation ~ love it! ~ (A Creative Harbor) ^_^

Dip-Dip and the Bridge said...

Your bird looks like a little Australian Kookaburra!
Love the rug, we are with Archie, can't wait to see it finished.
Dip Bridge and Elliot x

Hilary Johnson said...

I visit awesome blogs such as yours!!

A "pug cave"? I'm giggling here like crazy.

TammyVitale said...

Came over from AEDM and while I am always in awe of folks who make something out of blobs (something I have NO talent for), I am most enchanted this first visit by your pug and I am currently owned by 2. And you know how we pug owners are when there's a pug in the room - how can you really pay attention to anything else!

Tobi Kibel Piatek said...

I am visiting from the AEDM site and delighted to find you. I love the idea of blob creatures - today, I wrote about the images to be found in pouring paint and creating special effects. I would like to know more about how your blobs are created. Fun site. BTW I have a grandpug named Doug

Tweedles -- that's me said...

We love blobs- so more please, and of course some stitches on the rug for Archie Poo!
love
twee