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  • Spring collage Spring collage
    by Libby | Here's a photo of a collage I did last year around this time of year, when it finally began to feel like spring would come to southern Ontario!
  • Altered page with soy wax resist Altered page with soy wax resist
    by Libby | I fell in love with altered pages at the wonderful, rich, joyful and delicious blog Raven Moon Magic.
  • Repurposing failed projects Repurposing failed projects
    Some watercolor experiments don't turn out well so I use the paper as background or scraps for other projects.
  • Using wax as a 'resist' in watercolor paintings Using wax as a ‘resist’ in watercolor paintings
    by Libby | I've tried a number of different waxes as a 'resist' to use with watercolor paints. My favorite wax so far is soy wax.
  • Jubilant Jubilant
    by Libby | Happiness is being able to express what's in your soul!
  • Find what brings you joy Find what brings you joy
    by Libby | Shifting my focus to the things that bring me joy has been an essential part of my healing journey.
  • Coloring fun! Coloring fun!
    by Libby | I like having a few coloring pages on the go - it can help me get unstuck on a main project. I think that any artist could benefit from freeing up their inner child!
  • The joy of creating handmade gifts The joy of creating handmade gifts
    A handmade gift lets someone know that they are valued, that they mean enough to us that we spent time creating a gift.
  • Green your art! Ecojot Sketchbooks and Journals review Green your art! Ecojot Sketchbooks and Journals review
    by Libby | Ecojot sketchbooks and journals are AWESOME! I totally love them.
  • Defining home Defining home
    We can experience some amount of healing by recreating our vision of home and reestablishing a connection with "home" being a positive thing in our lives.
  • Home is... Home is…
    Plants, sunlight, windows and animals are all things that are important and make a house a "home" to me. I invite you to explore your relationship to the idea of "home."