Saturday, 4 May 2013

Paper Saturdays, link up time

Happy Paper Saturdays. We are glad you are here and we hope you will share your artwork with us. There is a new Mr Linky at the bottom of this post just scroll down. There is a whole week to play before we are back with more magical paper art.

 What artwork can we link?
Sketches, drawings, paintings and collages on paper are all fine. Yes entries in your art journal are great too. Paper dolls, paper houses, paper illustrations, paper jewellery, paper cards, painted paper boxes, you with a paper rose on your chest, paper clay, papermache are all allowed. Do what you like and have fun.

Lottie wanted to share with you some home made paper furniture which is now filling her brand new studio. Do you remember about a month ago how hard at work she was painting the outside. Well things are coming together very nicely. The studio has started to look like a studio at last.

The only thing now is Lottie can't make her mind up whether she is just going to keep it as her knitting and sewing studio or if she is going to use it for her painting too. To be honest I think she is very lucky because she still has a little studio at a different location. How many people have one studio never mind two?

This weeks featured Paper Artist and children's book illustrator is Harriet from Victoria Stich. I have been a big fan of this wonderful British artist for a while now. I love the miniature world she has created for her little doll Celestine. Her work is amazing and her blog is well worth a visit.

Now it is time for you to share your paper art. It would be great if you link your blog post back to this blog post so others know where to find us. You may use the button for this by copying and pasting the HTLM code in the little box into your blogpost.

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Valerie-Jael said...

Fun chair, it's making Lottie happy! Valerie

ann @ studiohyde said...

Great chair for Lottie, she is one lucky girl :)

Melanie said...

Lottie haar studio begint al erg leuk te worden. En die stoel is zo grappig. Vanavond kom ik weer even terug om en linkje te plaatsen. Alvast een fijne zaterdag.
Liefs, Melanie
Bedankt voor de leuke link;)

Jez said...

Lottie looks so demure and sweet sitting on her little chair, no-one would ever guess that she had once been a celebrated art thief!
Lovely room setting as well.

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

Your attention to detail in this doll house is amazing! I love her new little chair too. Blessings!

Catherine Constance said...

Hi Lottie, sorry I'm abit late...hope you saved some cake. Love your new furniture...and lucky you having two studios... :) x

Melissa Kojima said...

Oh, I love the paper furniture. The paper house is so adorable. Thanks for sharing the tutorial on how to make the chair. And thanks for hosting the paper saturdays!

Cat Beringer said...

Lottie is quite the interior decorator! What a lovely studio.

Ilona Heimböckel said...

Hi everyone! I need to tell you (especially Melissa) that I don't have google+ installed yet, so I'm not able to comment on your blog :(.

I'll have to see to that some day soon.

Dear Manon! Your Lottie-furniture is incredible! :-)


Victoria Stitch said...

thanks for featuring me! :)

I LOVE Lottie's little chair and studio. They are amazing!!

Bev said...

Just so entertaining im loving following along and seeing all the entries and love the little lottie and her chair so clever Manon

hugz bev

Michellem said...

Lottie looks so cute in her chair - I vote that she gets two studios if you have the space for them. Otherwise she will have to create in cramped space like most of us have to!!

PiaD said...

Hi Manon, love the chair, I want want for me, do you think that is possible? If I get some extra sturdy cardboard?
I made a paper collage this week, had huge fun painting and cutting the pieces.
Thanks for organising again!

Kathy Kerr said...

This is my first participation, and I think I will enjoy it a lot.
Thank you for your hard work.