Crafts – Embroidery, Cross-Stitch, & More

I added bead flowers to my necklace.

I made a blue rose out of paper felt. This was part of an explosion box, and it was probably the best thing I’ve made.

I embroidered a flower and a coffee bean on a tote bag. I also embroidered a strawberry and matcha ice cream to the tote. They’re done freely, and they’re symbolic of my days.

I sewed tulips on my handkerchief.

I cross-stitched a four-leaf clover.

I used watercolor on a book. I deliberately chose a book I got at a thrift store because I wasn’t sure how it would go, and I kind of like the outcome.

I loved the pumpkins we carved for Halloween, so I made miniature versions of them out of air dry clay.

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Follow my art account on Instagram: @misswavesart

Changes to the Blog & New Twitter!

I’m participating in a graphic design workshop hosted by Jon Spencer Reviews. I made a new blog header and graphic for my About page and I’m pleased with the final results!

I have to thank Jon because I wouldn’t have done this if it weren’t for the workshop and all the support from fellow blogger friends!

These feel more personal – not just because I created them but also because I used my drawings.

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The next task is for your partner to create you a Twitter post. I thought about it and made a Twitter account. If you’ve known me long enough, you probably know that I was super active on Twitter a few years ago. I wasn’t very happy on there at the time so I left. I think I will primarily use this new account to tweet about anime and share my blog posts. I think this move will also help me feel more connected with my online friends (especially with COVID right now and because I graduated university).

My username is @melo__nsoda (two underscores, the same as my personal Instagram).

Air dry clay – Gomu Gomu no Mi

I attended a virtual workshop hosted by my university’s anime club. These are my first two creations.

Luffy’s devil fruit from One Piece (Gomu Gomu no Mi)

Chibi No Face from Spirited Away

Let me know what I should make next!