A Peaceful Sunday

Hello hello! Grace here.

I hope this finds you all safe, healthy and creative! Or at the very least semi-sane šŸ˜‰ What a week it has been.

I also hope that you’ve been enjoying the bloggy tutorials we’ve been putting out this last week. I love seeing your versions on Facebook. It makes it all worthwhile for us… seeing you share techniques, learn and build your skill sets etc.
There’s more inspirational projects coming up this week too, both here and on Barbaragrayblog.com. Make sure to keep your eyes open for those.

But for now… on this Sunday, let’s be calm (after a storm of a week) and appreciate some absolutely breathtaking artwork that I found on Clarity Worldwide and Groovi Worldwide.

Beverley West
Elizabeth Trimby
Addy Withoot-Strik
Carol Baker
Heather Knight
Vicki Overton
Hilda Smith
Jo Standage
Lesley Earing
Karen Jackson
Maxine Truemner
Yvonne Pel

Wow! Impressive right?
I didn’t notice until just now, but there’s definitely a flower theme going on this week. I literally handpicked flowers in 9 out of the 12 cards. Perhaps that is a sign that I need some flowers in the house eh?
I’ll go get some today šŸ™‚

Thank you for sharing your beautiful artwork!

Travel gently.
Lotsa love, Grace xo

Clarity ā€“ The Home of Art, Craft and Well-being.

10 thoughts on “A Peaceful Sunday

  • 10th January 2021 at 11:26 am

    Hi Grace, hope you are safe and well and calm. These designs are beautiful, well found! The bloggy tutorials are brilliant as well, so inspiring and encouraging! They just make you want to Stay Home and Create!
    Take care all, Keep Calm and Craft!

  • 10th January 2021 at 12:58 pm

    Stay in, Grace, and make some flowers – it’s safer. Thanks for all the encouragement and peace. Stay safe, Everyone. If you are lucky enough to be going for vaccination, wrap up really warm – someone I know in her 90s queued outside for an hour after her appointment yesterday.

  • 10th January 2021 at 2:17 pm

    Hi Grace I just can’t believe what has happened in America this week. Along with a pandemic it has been appalling. The artwork you have chosen is gorgeous. I do thing we all need some flowers. I don’t think the snowdrops in our garden have survived. Take care. Hugs xxxx

  • 10th January 2021 at 3:04 pm

    Beautiful cards but I particularly like the one by Hilda Smith of the treescape. Iā€™m still working on my snowdrops!

  • 10th January 2021 at 4:01 pm

    I think everyone loves flowers & they fit all occasions. Another great selection that you have found again this week. I have a few WIP & am also recycling cards now rather than putting them in the cupboard & forgetting about them until its too late in December.
    Have just come back from taking my mom for her 1st vaccination – it was all well organised with plenty of staff to get us to the right place. She did have a sticky label at one stage to show what time she had the jab so they knew when 15 minutes were up & she could leave the building.

  • 10th January 2021 at 4:22 pm

    Hello Grace, I can’t believe you chose my card I’m super excited, thank you. I have been thinking about you this week what with all the shenanigans going on over there and am glad that you are still safe and sound xxx

  • 10th January 2021 at 7:45 pm

    Hi Grace, Truly beautiful pieces of art here, truly beautiful, thank you for all the inspiration.
    Enjoy your flowers (if you got some) !!
    Love from Patricia xx

  • 14th January 2021 at 6:04 pm

    Hi Grace
    All beautiful designs and thank you again for picking mine, which I sent to Vicki.

  • 14th January 2021 at 6:59 pm

    Hi there, I missed this on Sunday. Thanks for sharing one of my cards. It seems ages ago that I made that one! I’ve had some lovely times this week making cards with stamped flowers on backgrounds made with the clear stamp – one of the bloggy tutorials. Hope you’re having a good week. Hxx


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