Friday, May 17, 2013


I am back again to share some wonderful links for Share the Link Love.  Check out Tammy's Blog for more inspiring places to go.

How to Draw Hair I loved this tutorial I found this week.

Make your own gesso comes from a link I saw last week. Jennifer at Pixie Dust share recipes for making your own gesso. I thought it was so interesting I knew I had to share it here too.  Maya Made has been a favorite for a long time.  She carves her own stamps, makes repurposed art among many other things. Carmelina does sewing and paper crafts and art. She is on hiatus now but there are plenty of past posts to enjoy. This the lovely Natasha's blog.  I met Natasha at the Total Alignment Retreat in Sedona last year.  She truly is a bundle of creative energy and so much fun to be around. Make sure to check out The Art Soiree her new course.  It looks and sounds like fun.

Have a great weekend.  The Fiber Fair is this weekend so I'll be immersed in spinning and weaving all weekend. My good friend Cyndi is coming to stay, so its going to be lots of fun.  Have a fabulous weekend.


  1. Have a great weekend, Spinner and Weavers !

  2. great links, and just the one i needed I have the worst time drawing hair,

  3. Kate, I shall investigate your links. Thank you kindly for joining the link-love mission!!!

  4. the hair tutorial is GREAT!

    Am passing that along to my son.
    He draws much more realistic portraits than I do.

  5. Thank you for all of the links. This is a wonderful idea. Hope you are having a wonderful weekend.

  6. Thanks for the great links, Kate. I like the one about drawing hair. As you know that's one of my least favorite things to draw so maybe this will help me do better.

  7. Yippee!!!
    What a lovely bunch of links to share... THANKS!! :)

  8. Love the link on how to draw hair!! Natasha is a gem. I hope you had a wonderful weekend at the Fibre fair and visit with your friend. :)


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