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Hey there bloggers! Welcome to the Ninth edition of Blogger Sketch Sunday! Once every week I like to share a few of my ballpoint pen doodles of a bloggers that inspire me. This week's edition features Aimee of Song of Style whose blog is located in San Francisco, CA. 3 Reasons I love this blog: -I've been a reader of Aimee's blog since the beginning of 2009, before I even had a blogger account. Back then, I was drawn her vast collection of leather jackets. Since then she's ventured into…
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Alice + Olivia Spring 2015
I loved the silhouette of this white dress at the Alice + Olivia Spring 2015 presentation. The simplicity of fresh white paired with sunshine yellow and vermilion is so perfect for spring days. If you want to buy this look from A+O you'll have to wait till it's out in spring, but you can buy my print of it on Etsy now.
How to make a polka dot tree on canvas! Step 1 Print off a silhouette of a tree. (Mine took 4 pages) Step 2 Glue on the printed tree. Step 3 (optional) Paint over the tree in black and white to make an even background color Step 4 Hole punch all of the colors leaves you want. (Use a 3 hole punch). Step 5 Make a 50/50 glue water solution. Step 6 Spread the glue mixture and apply the leaves. Use an old paint brush to apply leaves Step 7 Apply a coat of matt modge podge to secure leaves.
Mary Katrantzou - Sketchbook Research Although she doesn't make or use sketchbooks, I don't think, I think these types of drawings and designs are suited and can be used in sketchbooks as the silhouette isn't greatly detailed compared to the garment which would be a good idea because you can spend so much more time on the garment and the details and colour rather than getting the silhouette perfect.