We go back to school in just a few days, and I'm just not ready to get back to work yet! I just celebrated my 66th birthday, and I'm planning to work until I'm 70, but at this rate, I don't know if I can make it! I know once school starts, I'll get right back in the swing of things, though.
I chose "Trinity" as my image for the "Back to School" theme. I love her droopy socks and big glasses!
I didn't have any appropriate embellishments, so I made some. The 'pencils' are round toothpicks that I whittled and colored with Copics. I added a bit of silver marker for the metal around the eraser. I made the ribbon flowers by sewing 5 or 6 inch scraps of grosgrain with a gathering stitch. It's a great way to use up short snippets of ribbon.
Image: "Trinity" from Mo's Digital Pencil
Tools: Copics, Peach Prismacolor pencil, Nellie Snellen embossing leaf punch set, MS branch punch, Silver marker
Papers: SU! Gable Green and Dusty Durango, Cosmo Cricket and Basic Grey DP
Embellishments: Hand-made ribbon roses, Metal letters, Hand-made pencils (toothpicks)
Now it's your turn to go 'back to school'! Show us your creation in Mo's Challenge. We'll be waiting so don't be late or it will go on your permanent record!
So glad you came by!