Monday, May 18, 2009

Joey's ATCs and Another Cover

Finally, the children finished their mid-year exams! And with no homework for the weekend, my 10-year old girl, Joey, spent her time drawing this whole lot of ATCs. My sister gave away (to me) a whole bag of art marker pens some years back, and luckily, they haven't dried up. Come just handy for my girl to use!

And she is getting bolder with the colours.

Not so fortunate for my boy though, he still had 2 assignments to rush. And here's the cover for one of assignments, I decorated it with some tatting!

And here are another 2 ATCs I did - tatted motifs mounted on fabric and 3D Chinese words cut with KUTZTM die-cuts. On the left is "le" meaning joy and on the right is "xin" meaning heart.

4 comments:

Maureen said...

Your children are very artistic! - I love Joey's ladybirds!

Tatskool said...

Once again your site is a joy to look at.

beedeebabee said...

Hi! Your children are mini artist's! I'm so impressed with your daughter's drawings! Love your beautiful tatting also! That's got to be so difficult to do!

Thanks so much for visiting my new blog, and for your very sweet comment too!

Smiles, Paulette :o)

singtatter said...

Thanks, Maureen, Pamela! I like the ladybird too, that's why I asked her to do a 2nd piece!

Hi, Paulette, I chanced upon your blog, and seriously, your felt projects are fabulous.

My 2 girls like to doodle and draw and fold origami in their free time, but getting them to draw on the ATC cards make them nervous! To me, tatting is easier than knitting (I still couldn't master knitting). But I guess interest is the key, if you are interested in something, you will conquer it no matter how tough it is.