It’s crazy and scary how much has changed in the space of a month. At the start of March, we had just gotten over the worst of the bushfires and I was looking forward to autumn outings in the cooler weather. Fast forward to now and the world is in lockdown. Fred and I are
March is all about rainbows this year! We just had Mardi Gras, St Patrick’s Day is on its way and there’s a whole week of on-again-off-again rain ahead… the perfect conditions for rainbow spotting. 🙂 After a crazy summer filled with bushfires, I’m really looking forward to the cooler weather and the change in seasons.
Seriously? It’s already February? I know everyone says January feels long, but it flew by for me. And it’s crazy that we’re already a month into the new year and I haven’t done anything. Nada. Why doesn’t life come with a pause button? February traditionally means Valentines Day, but those of you who know me
I don’t know if it’s the turn of the decade (say what??) or the fact that the next 10 years will make up most of Lauren’s childhood, but lately I’ve been getting nostalgic for things that I loved from when I was a kid. Like Rainbow Brite and Sweet Secrets lockets and Popples. And don’t
Can I get an OH JOY for my favourite time of year? I’m beyond excited because this is the first year that Lauren’s going to understand what Christmas is about (sort of). It’s going to be so. much. fun. 😀 I’ve been looking so forward to making this month special for her, that I’ve already
Yikes, November’s wallpaper is a bit late, sorry! We went away on a holiday with a few friends and I got totally distracted by the balmy weather and beautiful beaches. I was too side-tracked to draw even – believe it or not, I didn’t pick up my sketchpad the whole time I was away! Now
Long time readers will know that I’m hopeless when it comes to Halloween. I don’t like blood, I don’t like being scared, heck I don’t even like the colour orange. I suppose it’s no surprise then that this month’s wallpaper is cute and rainbow-coloured. But it’s got a halloween theme so I score some points
The weather’s been completely miserable over the last couple of weeks, which has been hard because Lauren’s finally getting to the stage where she wants to move, explore and be outdoors. (I say ‘finally’ because we’ve had some delays with Lauren’s gross motor skills, which up until now has limited what she can do outside.
Sometimes, the best ideas come from nature. And other times, the best ideas come when your creative pals are inspired by nature! These friendly flowers came about after Rachel from The Crafted Life posted a super happy daisy pic on Instagram. Her shot was so cheerful that just had to draw some daisies of my
It rained buckets last week when I was sketching these flowers. Which would usually cause me to rebel and draw something summery in defiance of the weather. (long time readers will know that this is the time each year when I start busting out palm leaves and flamingoes like a crazy person to combat the
It was Lauren’s 2nd birthday on the weekend, so I drew a cake and shared it on Instagram to celebrate. And after receiving a few requests to turn it into a desktop wallpaper, I’m happy to say here it is in all it’s sugary glory! Side note: we also did other things to celebrate besides
This year marks my second as a mum, and while I feel much more comfortable in the role nowadays than I used to, it’s still the steepest learning curve I’ve ever been on. Each day is different; in fact, every 10 minutes is different, and while choosing this journey is the best thing I’ve ever