This photo should have appeared in the previous post and shows the cover of the little book I mentioned.
Here is a page of my drawings in the book. The idea was to use pen and go straight in - no pencil and rubber to rub out any mistakes.
A slight change of subject - these are a stack of my twiddle muffs for dementia patients waiting for their embellishments. Sadly our local woolshop has closed and I have lost my dropping off point. However, I have plenty of wool to use up and have no doubt I'll find a way of getting the next lot to a hospital.
Now, here is what I have been doing with a bit more space to work on. I love wild flowers and this little book is my way of celebrating some of my favourites. I must be honest and tell you that the butterfly was stamped on but I did draw that little bee and the ladybird.
The rather splendid bumble bee on the left hand page was done with a stamp.
I used a script stamp on this page.
So there you have it. I had to try taking fresh photos and posting them myself to make sure it worked. Now I shall have a cup of tea and then lie down in a darkened room as my brain hurts! Who says you can't teach an old dog new tricks - I am feeling rather chuffed.