I’ve been back in Germany for a week, after being in the United States to visit friends and family for about a month. Not sure where the inspiration comes from for this coloring page, but I do have a rock-loving 8-year old, so there are plenty of crystals around the house. We’ve also had the pleasure of visiting Idar-Oberstein, home of a precious-stone mine, (among other interesting things) where we took a tour and learned the grueling process of extracting the stones from the cave.
Download this month’s coloring page, and post your completed pages to the 3 Girls Doodle Group on Facebook. Don’t forget to tag #3girlsdoodle when sharing to social media!
I’ve been traveling in the United States with my family since the 18th of February.
I’m having a great time visiting with family and friends, but I don’t have access to a computer. So, this month I’m posting my page from my phone. This month’s coloring page was inspired by a photo of houses in Skaneateles, NY that my parents have hanging in their home. I hope you enjoy coloring it, and don’t forget to share it and tag #3girlsdoodle.
I received my Get To Work Book a few days ago and I headed off to my favorite store to get some supplies for decorating it. Watch the video to see what I brought home, and get a peek of what I’m currently working on.
Bear with me as I was a bit nervous recording my first vlog, and unfortunately, the lighting isn’t great since the sun goes down so early these days!
In the last month, I have had the pleasure of working on a collaborative project with Liliana Taboas, of Liliana Beatriz Artworks, and Lauren Foley, of Wool Pickle. Our intention is to publish a free coloring page each month, that will be available for a limited time. Being part of this collaboration has given me the opportunity to share my artwork with friends, family, and even reach new people, and to explore topics and techniques that I may have not otherwise pursued. I hope you will join me in coloring this month’s free pages, and post your progress in the Facebook group 3 Girls Doodle. If sharing on social media, please include the hashtag #3girlsdoodle, so it can be included on this tagboard:
This has been my most active year on Instagram, as I’m creating things and looking for a easy way to share it with my friends and family. If you’d like to keep up with my projects, travels, and family, please click here.
I picked up a few more mugs, in 12 oz. and 8 oz. sizes. After compiling some images on Pinterest for inspiration, I drew a mock-up of possible future designs. I’d love your input about which designs you like best, and what size mug YOU like to drink out of. Once the designs are chosen, I’ll decorate the mugs and they’ll be listed for sale.