Monkey, I love that you made alcohol inks. I've been curious if those work as good as store-bought ones. My daughter goes through sharpies like crazy, but I'm just too lazy to go through all the work of trying to make the inks myself. Let us know how it goes when you use them
Smeddley, all your little critters are so adorable!
Acadian, that air ship looks intense (so says my daughter), very cool! I really like how you used torn paper on the notecards. Definitely going to look up love-rocks, that's so sweet. The bag cracks me up because my husband gives me the side-eye when I save our huge dog food bags and say I'm going to craft with them. I keep saying i'll make bags and pouches, but never happens.
Abbee, so jealous ya'll got snow!! Over here in Maryland we've only gotten a super light dusting (people still freak out like it's another snowpocalypse though). By now we've always had at least one good chunk of snow thrown on us, but the weather is so crazy, it's sad. We might be the only family in our area that is disappointed though, no one likes snow here :/. The pokemon stamp is awesome, my daughter loves pokemon too...it's a crazy obsession.
I did absolutely ZERO today, but it's the first day I've not done anything crafty since the month started. A few days ago I finished another never ending art card to keep for myself (I made a collage of the pics from both, so there's duplicate pics in this thread).
And yesterday, I spent forever (I'm slow sometimes) getting the hang of formatting a Word doc to make Artistamps for a mail swap. I really love the idea of making minis of all my art, especially the ones I send off and cry about for awhile. And I also love the idea of getting mini stamps of other people's art. I'm eventually going to make some sort of mini stamp journal to keep them all together.