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I 'm wife, a mother , a daughter, a sister,a friend,a crazy faerie loving, art creating, born in England living in the states, blond hair blue eyed, tea drinking, mixed media, atc swapper, digital artist, blogger ,Facebook, reader, writer, old movie watcher, paper addicted, high heel lover, dog owner,cupcake eater, creatively eccentric.. party hat wearer. Welcome to my blog. Where I hope you'll stay awhile and come back often. Hugs Wendy

Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Stamp a day March

 ๐Ÿ€I invite you to join us on Sandra Evertson 's RELICS & ARTIFACTS Tribe group page. ๐Ÿ€Post any new art you create with Sandra's art stamps & ArtFoamies using this hashtag #rastampadaymarch. ๐Ÿ€Each entry is a chance to win a random prize from sandraevertson.com ๐Ÿ€Participate today & every day if you wish through out the month of MARCH.๐Ÿ€ Get out your Sandra stamps & play! ๐Ÿ€SO MUCH FUN! ๐Ÿ€Best wishes & good luck to you!๐Ÿ€

HUGS!  YOU ARE LOVED!๐Ÿ€ https://m.facebook.com/groups/1643194709242101/permalink/3024015367826688/

Saturday, March 13, 2021

Gallery show

 Oh my! I have some of my mix media pieces being shown in a local gallery.  I’ve not stopping dancing yet , I’m so happy. It’s a honor to be asked , I have six pieces. https://www.sugarhillarts.com/exhibitions

And to top it of one of my pieces it on their site, how cool is that ? 

Wednesday, February 17, 2021

Face a day February


If you not hear of this and I will admit I didn’t , there’s a challenge out in blog land to draw , paint or collage a face for each day in February. kea Pea at art foamies and Rubbermoon stamps got me on to it . 

And I’m hooked. I am not the great face drawer, I need to practice, 

And doing this every day is a great way for me to be disciplined enough to sit down and do a face every day.

I can see this being something I do every year. 

Monday, February 15, 2021


Blackbird by Wendy Aspinall 


Mixed media assemblage stretched canvas.


In the 1960’s Paul McCartney wrote the lyrics to this beautiful song, Blackbird.

Up until a few years ago it was just that, a nice song to me. I didn’t know the story that inspired Paul McCartney to put pen to paper. 

He has told the story many times after watching a news story in the UK about a group of nine African-American women who had to fight to go to a segregated high school.  

He and his fellow band members cared passionately about the civil rights movement. 


Now some 50 years later many of my fellow artistic friends care passionately about the civil rights movement. 


I can’t write a hit song but I can make a piece of art that I hope will get you thinking, talking and doing your bit to make this a better place for all the citizens of this beautiful country.









Tuesday, January 19, 2021

Spread LOVE not Hate

Spread Love not Hate by Wendy Aspinall

HELLO EVERYONEI am Wendy and I have come over from the
 Relics and Artifacts Muse design team to play with some of the 
Art Foamies and Rubbermoon stamps. 

We live in extraordinary times, each one of us can decide
 if we want to spread love in the world or hate.
 Never has loving thoughts and actions been so important to spread in the world.
 With this thought in my mind when I was asked to prepare a guest blog post for Art Foamies’s blog.
 I thought what if I made a key holder to place just near the door so as
 I picked up my keys to go out I would be reminded of this important message.

Today's project features: 
I started by making some of my own printed tissues paper.
 I sprayed the tissue with Delusion Shimmer Inks in 
Hot Pink and Periwinkle Blue. 

When the tissues are dry I randomly stamped the tissues with Balzer Designs
 | Writer's Block and Kae Pea | Microcosms.
 Don’t be afraid to overlap the stamps. When dry, I added Distress Oxide Spray in
 Mustard Seed and let dry again. 
Tear the tissues in pieces. I especially like to use the tissues over
 white acrylic so when you glue them down they go transparent and make a beautiful effect
. But let’s get on with our Love not Hate key holder project. 

The canvas is approximately 4 x 4 inches, I started the first layer with white gesso,
 covering the whole canvas giving a smooth surface for the other layers to come

I added a layer of Craft Smart
 acrylic paint in Peacock Blue to the side 
and edge using a large flat brush. 
Let dry.
 Then I glued on the pieces of tissue with 
Mod Podge in Matte finish
 and added a layer of the glue
 over the whole surface
Next with white gesso, paint the shape of a heart onto the
 middle of the canvas. 

 Sandra Evertson | Ex Voto Heart stamps with more of the Delusio
 Shimmer Spray in Hot Pink and then brush on white.

 with StatzOn Ink in Jet Black and stamp over the previous impression. Let dry again.

Stamp out the saying with tiny alphabet stamps on card stock.
 Cut and glue onto heart. 

Add some water soluble wax crayon in yellow and green,
 blending it with your finger.
 Lastly I added some alcohol ink drips using 
Tim Holtz Adirondack Earth tones in Ginger.

Predrill a hole for the 7/8 inch cup hook and then screw in the hook.
 You may need a pair of pliers to tighten it.

Lastly staple a square of decorative paper on the back of the canvas
 and add a hanging fitting.

I used my favorite colors but this would look just as
 pretty in any color combination to suit your home.
 I hope you will have ago and spread your love where ever you go.

Hugs and LOVE 



Monday, October 19, 2020

The witches spell book


Theodore and his air machine

 Theodore Vincent and his air machine.

 steampunk altered bottle

Washed up from the bottom of the sea

 Old man of the sea 

Altered paintbrush washed up from the bottom of the Ocean to inspire you with our next challenge host by our very own mermaids Jenn White and Jennifer Pipe. 

Watch this space coming soon The Circles ,Sea and Sun challenge 





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