Spring has sprung, and that means Easter is just around the corner!
Want to make sure your family and friends have an eggs-tra special day by sending some Easter cheer in style? Let them have a hippity-hoppity day by messaging cute and colorful illustrations through iMessage.
You can do all that, because I’m treating you to my latest iMessage sticker pack for FREE! Introducing, Easter Garden, a sticker pack to help brighten your Easter conversations.
Who says messages have to be plain and boring? Say it with stickers!
Want to turn your conversations into gastronomic adventures with fun and colorful food and drink stickers? Whether you’re a big foodie, or you simply want to add flavor to your chats, you will definitely need this latest treat!
Introducing, Gulps & Noms, my latest sticker pack for iMessage.
Last year, I started embarking on a 100 Day Project and challenged myself to make and create art every day. With my theme #100DaysOfArtByAnnings, I worked on nurturing my creativity using different mediums and styles. My first 50 days went by like a breeze, and I reached The Half-Way Mark July of 2016. The last half of the challenge took longer to finish than I had planned, missing some weeks, but finally, all done!
I am a self-confessed creative and an artist. I enjoy making and creating. But oftentimes I don’t get to touch my art supplies for days, sometimes even weeks. It’s always the excuse of being too busy, or getting caught in the whirlwind world of motherhood. There are always meals to cook, piles of laundry to do, a huge mess to clean up, or a class to drive the little girl to. Every day, there is always some reason not to make, and I wanted to change that.
It’s a celebration of process that encourages everyone to participate in 100 days of making. The great surrender is the process; showing up day after day is the goal. For the 100-Day Project, it’s not about fetishizing finished products—it’s about the process.
She further explains:
It is for anyone who is hungry to jump-start their creative practice, who is curious about being part of a community that celebrates process, and those who are busy with work and family commitments, but searching for a bite-sized way to play creatively.
She had me at “celebrating the process of creating.”