Thursday, April 30, 2015

WOYWW: Studio hopes and dreams

This week on the studio table, I'm wrapping up custom charms for my sweet friend Allie (awesome photographer!) and one of the four children's books I'm currently illustrating, "No Matter How Small" (written by Sharon Gibbs). I'm utterly excited to see creativity blossoming all around me, even with life being a little chaotic at the moment. I'm saddled up and galloping forward to my dreams and goals for this year.

Along with these projects, the second round of the e-course I wrote, Hello, Courage, is soaring high and getting great feedback. I have a brand new e-course launching in June, Blog Girl - Ignite Your Inner Heart, where several successful bloggers (e.g. Tracey Fletcher King, Shirley Ng-Benitez, Hannah Marks and more!) will be sharing their stories with me. It's going to be an incredible creative journey with each them, inspiring others to follow their dreams!

For more WOYWW, take a spin over to Julia's cosy home.
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14 comments

  1. you keep so busy Alexandra, sweet pieces!

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  2. Sweet is just the right word. Love them!

    Happy day after WOYWW!
    Mary Anne (1)

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  3. Awe, your work is gorgeous! I love love love your tiny little paintings and congratulations on having so much work! That's so exciting - AND your new blog look is gorgeous. Your Blog Girl e-course also looks so intriguing and fun! What a wonderful idea!! Please do join us if you can - this SOC should prove to be the best yet ;) xo

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  4. These are really lovely ;) Especially the birds is so sweet :) Have a nice week!

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  5. You are busy with such wonderful projects! Congrats to you for keeping up with all of it! I love that sleepy owl tiny painting, so very cute!!

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  6. Lovely work, as always ...
    Those charms are adorable ...

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  7. I love your style of art. The illustrations you design and color are so cheery that I smile when I see them. And your paint pans are pristine. Either you are much neater than I am or else they are new!

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  8. I am so happy for you!! Your art is so precious!! Makes me so happy ;o) Big Hugs ;o)

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  9. Alexandra, you told me once about a group you had, and sharing your art in that group? Just wondering what that was about? Not sure if I have time, but I would like to learn more about it ;o)

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  10. Thank you for your lovely comments. Interesting courses you are offering.... I sometimes feel there is never enough time to do all the wonderful things the internet has to offer. But I can always stop by and admire your beautiful artwork.

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  11. I'm happy to hear you're so productive, now I wish I am too but I'm seem to be slowing down.

    anyway, hope you have a lovely day.

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  12. Love those wee jewelry pieces ~ such charming wearable art!

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  13. You're amazing! Graduating soon - and with such and honor! - AND illustrating a children's book! You're living the dream!! xoxo

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