I have used the acrylic paints (red, pink, yellow, blue and white) and finger paint (brown) that were right in front of me at the time; working a little on each background every night until they were done. That brown finger paint looks like melted chocolate and gives a wonderful texture. I have put myself on a no-shopping-diet, but I see more finger paint in my future.
A couple of them might actually be done as I am quite pleased with the colours and textures on this
(different light, more accurate colours)
We’ll see. In case you wonder, I believe strongly that playing with any kind of colours and shapes feeds my inner artist and will help me grow as a quilter. Paint, beads, blocks, crayons, markers, fabrics – all good; I’ll notice what I like, what I love, what I don’t care for, and what I can do to make it work. All valuable lessons I’d say.
I’ll be taking a few days off to spend with my family. Grandson and I have big plans of tidying up his play area this morning. He does get sidetracked very easily while tidying; now doesn’t that sound familiar…
Happy Easter everyone!