Watercolor Is for Everyone:

Watercolor is for Everyone : Book review

Lisa Everyday Reads

Simple Lessons to Make Your Creative Practice a Daily Habit – 3 Simple Tools, 21 Lessons, Infinite Creative Possibilities (Art is for Everyone)by Kateri Ewing

Watercolor Is for Everyoneguides you through 21 intuitive, process-based painting lessons that help you discover your own unique artist-within while creating works of beauty you will joyfully send out into the world to share.

In this beautiful book, artist Kateri Ewing, author ofLook Closer, Draw Better,guides you through a series of simple creative projectsusing a soulful, meditative, and reflective process. Whether you’re picking up a paint brush for the first time or are an experienced artist, you’lldiscover and deepen your creative potentialthrough these exercises, becauseeveryonecan make art. Each project results in two art pieces: one to keep for yourself, and then anotherone, such as a postcard or mini painting, toshare with someone else or send out into the…

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The Wood Burn Book:

The Wood Burn Book Review

Lisa Everyday Reads

An Essential Guide to the Art of Pyrography by Rachel Strauss

InThe Wood Burn Book, Rachel Strauss (@woodburncorner) teaches you everything you’ll need to know to master pyrography, whether you’re brand new to thehobbyor you’ve been “writing with fire” for years.

This essential guide opens with a brief background to the art of wood burning, a list oftools and how to use them,basic techniquesthat can be used over and over again, and evenwhat to burnandhow to be safedoing it. You will also find adetailed explanation of the process from start to finish, with patterns, techniques for lettering and adding color, as well as dozens of projects ready for gifting, includingpicture frames,cutting boards,coasters,cards,wooden spoons, andjewelry.

Above all, Strauss has created the book she wished she had when she…

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Garden View : Tyme

It's another bright and Sunny Saturday in Louisiana. And my herb container is over flowing with Tyme. Not something that is bas but in a garden like life is need tobe wasted. So let's get busy : History & uses : Thyme is a Mediterranean herb with dietary, medicinal, and ornamental uses. The flowers, leaves, and oil [...]