Tulips

Tulips shine in dew, all beautiful, but none alike.

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Tulips

New Beginnings and happily ever after.

So the proverbs 31 didn’t push through, but this happen instead.
ive been working on for a design for friend of friend wedding invitation cards,
this is the very first time I’m going to do stuff for somebody.
feeling so scared at first because as much as possible I want to provide a highly anticipated service for my first ever client, I felt a little pressure thinking about it,
I must admit I still do not know what I am doing, i have a lot of “what ifs” and thoughts like “Am I using a right font” lots of overthinking and focusing on the possible failure,
but I thank God for helping me letting go the pressures and focus on what to learn on this
and begin to work at it instead, like I’m working for him.
I think from above I heard him saying “stop doubting, just start.”FLORAL 1.png

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New Beginnings and happily ever after.

Finally! An art studio.

Having a personal space for my artworks added a motivation for me to keep up.

I know this is something you have seen before, but just wanted to share the good news because this tiny space right here is officially mine.

Yehey! Got my own studio. Finally! A place where I can get messy as much as I can!
not just an art studio I guest,
I told my sister it is not just an art studio, it can also be a music studio and specially a war or prayer room, where we can study scriptures and bible a place where we can hideaway, sanctuary.
I think that will add purpose to this tiny space.

Finally! An art studio.

“Tulips” oil on canvas

This probably the first ever oil on canvas I made and also the first mural painting, and it was a magical experience and a great way to start, i guess?
I’m now actually looking forward creating more of this in the future.
almost give up art this recent years but Im so thankful that my Godmother pushes me to pursue this,
(she provided all the tools I needed to start my tiny studio.
I’m so bless to have her, I think she saw this little potential in me.)
at first it is a bit scary to start pursuing this secret passion of mine, my greatest fear is to fail the people I loved,
but I thank all the people who keep cheering me all the way.
hang in there folks!!

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“Tulips” oil on canvas

Handpainted envelopes

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Last Saturday I played with this card envelopes by painting it botanicals using a watercolor.

I’m so glad that there are not so much house chores this weekend that it gave me so much time to do this playful art.

By Sunday, I brought these envelopes with me and presented it as a gift to our new dgroup members, the twin, Aya and Ayi.

And I’m so glad that they loved it.

Welcome to the Family!!!

and By the way, I am very happy to share this very cute idea of organizing my colours and tubes.
and this handpainted envelopes will be soon available on etsy.

Handpainted envelopes