Do you work in a sketchbook - or want to start?
How it works
On the first day of each month a theme is announced. This month it is TEA AND COFFEE.You can work in any medium that you like - paint, watercolor, pen & ink, charcoal, collage, marker, crayon or something else and your sketchbook should be a reflection of you and you should feel free to explore and work in any mediums that you want. Here are my first ideas.
The great thing is it is so flexible. There is no minimum or maximum. You just work in your sketchbook as often as you like and create as many pages as you are inspired to. It doesn't even have to be in a sketchbook - Sketchbook Challenge artist Jane LaFazio will be working in single sheets for this challenge and that might be something you might like to try too.
How to share your images
You can post photos of your pages to your own blog if you have one and if you do then leave a link to the posts in the Sketchbook Challenge website in the comments section of the theme post so others can find it. You can also post photos to the specialflickr group that we've set up. You'll find that here .
So - there you have it. I have just created my Flikr account, posted my pictures and am about to put a link to this post on the Sketchbook Challenge website. I am looking forward to seeing what other people do this month!
see my quilts in these magazines
Festival Of Quilts
Sew On The Go