I love this submission so much. You can join us at The Sensitive Kids Club and submit your own poetry and creative writing.
Good night doodle
Anonymous said: Back stitch is really good for embroidery x
Googled it and I understand why. Thank you.
I made a little comic about a pair of socks.
Anonymous said: Where did you get your buttons? How much were they?
I bought the set in NYC at Utrecht Art Supplies for like 20 bucks. It’s by chronicle books and you can get it here too.
Anonymous said: Are you going to sell these buttons because I would love to buy some from you when they're finished! :-)
Yes that’s the goal. I have to improve the quality first. I want them to be well done but also very abstract and line based with words on them and faces.
Anonymous said: Practising smaller stitches will really help because it will give you more control and also more detail - they're looking really good!
I made a new comic thingy for my adult / kid series
I made a little pattern from a doodle on my hand
I’m trying some new brushes
Just made myself an incredible lunch. So proud of myself
peakehboo said: hey! love all your cute tap stories andi was wondering what font you use in "The Valentine's Card" and others. Thanks! <3
It’s a free font called Amatic by Vernon Adams. I found it here.
I draw paper on paper to write on it.
Anonymous said: hello, i was just wondering how you made the jiggle effect, like on your spacebar post? thank you very much (: