Wednesday, February 15, 2017


Hello and welcome to my desk which is in much better shape then last week

you can see the finished page I showed you last week, 
I fixed the fact that the girl is upside down by making it look as if she is swinging

My desk looks that neat because I haven't done much crafting, instead I spent all weekend finalizing something very exciting, very own little e-shop where I'll be selling cards with reproductions of my work and of which the profit will go to UNICEF, all details can be found under the tab shop

Friday, February 10, 2017


3 months ago, on my desk for WOYWW 389 was this journal page, 

at the time I thought it was done,
but guess what, 
I've added some more layers
and NOW I think it is done.

Wednesday, February 8, 2017


Hello fellow deskers,

My desk is one big hot mess (again) today

you can see (among other things): a box of inktense pencils, my artjournal, some bookpages and crayons (tried out a technique I saw Carolyn Dube demonstrate with stencils and crayons; totally fun; did it together with my son)

Here's a closer look at my AJ

It is actually upside down, but suddenly I saw a face emerge out of the circles J

I also did some more faces in my sketchbook

Thx for stopping by, hope you have a lovely, creative week.

Monday, February 6, 2017


I've created this page after watching Kasia's Wanderlust lesson about homemade inks.

This isn't made using homemade inks, but ecolines instead, but I'm definitely planning to explore this further. 
I'm not sure whether this page is finished, but the more I look at it, the more I believe it is.

Wednesday, February 1, 2017


Wow, WOYWW is already running for 400 weeks, congratulations Yulia!

I must say my desk doesn't look very festive or busy for this special occasion, sorry for that, but we have been away for the weekend.

On my desk you can see a background in progress

And my sketchbook which I took along with me this weekend

in which I managed to draw some faces

Like I said this year is all about practice, practice, practice.