Ooh la la!

Ooh la la! Look what the postman delivered:

tallulah papers

It’s a wonderful selection of vintage French papers and ephemera sent to me by the rather lovely and wonderful Hoola Tallulah. I must admit to being a bit of a Francophile – I love the language, the landscape, the food, the stationery…and the first boy I ever kissed was French (as was the second, and third – English boys seemed so crass and boring in comparison ;-)) – so this selection is especially thrilling for me. I consider myself to be a very lucky girl.

Continuing with the 30 Days of Get Your Art On challenge, I have done a little more sketching in a few snatched minutes on a home educators museum outing today:

museum sketches

I have also been using my creative energies on a top secret stitching project:

piece of the puzzle

Puzzled? You will have to wait until after 16th October, when all will be revealed ๐Ÿ˜‰ – so stay tuned!

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4 thoughts on “Ooh la la!

  1. Andria says:

    What a fabulous collection of ephemera! You’ll have fun with that. A museum seems like the perfect place to practice your sketching and “get your art on.” Looking forward to hearing more about your top secret stitching project!!

    • vivjm says:

      This particular museum is a lovely old fashioned one, with artefacts in old fashioned glass cabinets. It’s more my thing than the boys’ thing though, so maybe I will go back there for an “artist date” one day soon !

  2. So pleased they arrived safe and sound, hope you put them to good use, they have been languishing far too long x

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