I had a lot of love for, and in, February’s calendar, and although it was last month, it felt too pretty not to share. Keep reading to see how I made it!
Hello again! I’ve had a little break from the blogging and social media world (as ‘isoscella’ at least), and I have to say it was a really welcome break. In this time, I’ve been really focussing on sorting out the flat, have been on holiday, finished a friends wedding invite and have had some lovely catch ups with lovely people. Painting, crafting and blogging are all hobbies I love, but I do find that they can leave me feeling a bit unsocial sometimes, probably because I’m someone who tends to throw themself into things, and so for me it’s often helpful to stop and divert my energy to the people and things that matter in real life.
So with all this time focussing on other aspects of my life a bit more, I’ve not posted on here for about a month, and never got around to sharing my February calendar. I love how it turned out, and although it’s no use to anyone now, I still wanted to share the process with you, and will be sure to make it available next year as part of my free printable 2020 calendar. Like January, I’ve recorded the painting process, and although the design was pretty simple, I thought you might still enjoy watching it. As usual, I used my Pigma brush pens for the lettering, watercolours paints for the illustrations, and added highlights using a white gel pen.