Heeeeeeey! (Me, pointing out the fact that my headband matches the roses.)
Welcome to everyone reading! This is a “triple scoop” post…as in, featuring three outfits. The ice cream reference will make sense later, promise!
It’s been a really good week and I wore some fun outfits, so I figured I’d feature them all in one, since I have an exciting post coming up on Saturday. 🙂
Red! Well, burgundy-red. This is one of my all-time favorite dresses…it’s perfect for summer and very casual. I’ve had this for years! I think it’s from Forever 21, and it’s lasted for so long.
I’ve mentioned before that I don’t wear red all that often, but when I do, I realize that it’s a nice color!
Next up, I wore an outfit I really really loved that was a combination of dusty rose pink and pastel blue. Love this look!!! I told my sister the colors made me think of the Care Bears. Hahaha…
My sandals are baaaack. It’s been in the 90’s here so, I figured it was time to bring out the open-toe shoes again! These are my favorite summer shoes. ♥
Aside from feeling like one of the Care Bears, it also reminded me of a carnival…like I needed to be eating cotton candy.
This is where the ICE CREAM comes in…
I mentioned in my last post that I bought a new pin from the super cute Etsy shop, The Tote Trove, where I have bought many a pin in my past, and this one I am very happy to add to my collection!!!
Ice cream, folks…an instant winner and perfect for summer. 🙂 My eye immediately was drawn to the mint chocolate chip one since that’s my favorite flavor ever…
It makes me want to pay a visit to my local Baskin Robbins. It’s been at least a year or so since I’ve had mint chocolate chip ice cream. Whaaaaaat!
Lastly, I’d like to show some of my art I’ve done this past week. I’ve been in a drawing mood, so here we go:
I really love this one. ♥ The second drawing I did, I’ll show you the process I go through, since I’ve never shared that before!
I always draw on the back of some paper within reach. It’s not always in a sketchbook, since I don’t carry one with me, typically. I draw out the main idea and make sure to draw the lines a bit dark, which will help later once I transfer it into Photoshop.
In Photoshop is where the magic happens!!! I then start to add color…
Aaaaaand the final outcome!!! I love to use a mix of traditional drawing and Photoshop. In this piece, I aimed to capture the essence of a fashionable free spirit. ♥
There you have it! I hope you enjoyed my little behind-the-scenes of my art. Haha!
I’m really excited for the weekend (as you can see from my Bitmoji above) because I’m going on a road trip for the day! I haven’t been out of town in awhile. I’ll save where I’m going until the next blog post…it’s a surprise! I’ve wanted to go to this place for a looooong time.
See you soon! ♥