Day One: Pencil Pixie

This photo ⬇ came up in my memories today. The image, called Pencil Pixie, was a free digi stamp, and one of my favourites to colour. Sadly, she is no longer available from Whimsie Doodles as they have closed their shop. You can still get inspiration from their blog though using the link below the photo.

Pencil Pixie digital image coloured by Marie-Celine
A cartoon girl with dark curly hair. She is wearing a blue hairband. She has a blue dress with black dots on. She is holding a very large red pencil with both hands. She has wings.
Pencil Pixie digital image – coloured by Marie-Céline
Image by Whimsie Doodles

If you would like to try colouring digital stamps then have a look at either of these websites:

https://buddlycrafts.com/shop/category-1583/digital-stamps-to-print-colour/

https://liliofthevalley.co.uk/digistamps/

During these coming weeks of social distancing, we are having to make many changes. Digital stamps can be purchased and downloaded without coming face to face with another person. I hope that Cuddly Buddly and Lili of the Valley can continue trading online through this health crisis.

I have been finding it very difficult to get into any of my hobbies since my son’s Leukaemia diagnosis. I am hoping that I can get my mojo back again soon. It is such a worrying time, now made worse by not knowing how the Covid-19 situation will affect us all.

You can find my older craft posts by clicking >> here

Being creative can be relaxing, so I am hoping to create a post each day now that most of the UK is in a “lockdown” situation.

#StayHomeSaveLives

Thanks for reading

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5 Responses

  1. Christine Howard says:

    You’ve inspired me to get my promarkers out – that’s going to be tomorrow’s creative job, Today I’m knitting and cross stitching . Stay safe xx

  2. Mum says:

    Well done Marie-Celine. Stick at it your blogs are interesting to read and give other people something different to think about. How about some pictures of your art work?
    MW Tonbridge

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