Posts Tagged ‘vacation’

Art Journal Summer School Giveaway Contest closed!

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We have a winner – Roc – congratulations you win the spot on Art Journal Summer school. Thank you so much to all of you who took the time to leave a comment xo  So sorry i couldn’t give you all a spot.

You’ve probably heard by now about the latest art journal workshop! Yay!!!  Marieke Blokland is gifting all of the teachers with one spot to giveaway to the Art Journal Summer School. How fun is that?

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If you would like to know more about this awesome Art Journal Summer School please click here.  In this fun online summer school workshop you’ll have access to 11 teachers – I am so thrilled to be one of them!  Just a little hint……….my workshop will include Quirky faces!

In order to enter the contest to win a spot for this summer school please leave me a comment here about whether or not you are going away on holidays this summer (or winter) and if you plan on bringing art supplies. I hope you do!

I’ll be drawing a winner on Friday June 5 at 9 am PST.  Good Luck everyone!

Love, Violette xo

 

Guest Blogger at Wish Studio

Happy Thanksgiving Canada! We are still celebrating thanksgiving here having yummy dinners with family. 

Last month i was a guest blogger over at the fabulous Wish Studio blog and for some reason missed that i was on.  So sorry about that.  Anyways it was an honour to be asked to blog by Mindy Tsonas and be in the company of so many wonderful bloggers.  After reading my post please check out the numerous inspiring stories there!

It’s true, everything that happens in our lives can be seen as a gift if we only choose to uncover the gems in our so-called challenges.

Recently I broke my wrist while kayaking (I tipped out while exiting) on vacation.  It was the beginning of our holidays and I was excited and looking forward to two weeks of kayaking and being out on the water. My idea of fun sure wasn’t sitting around for five hours in a hospital emergency room waiting for my wrist to be reset into position and then plastered into a cast. But alas that’s what happened. Read the rest of the post here.