colorful girls, teapots and bunting in one of mubarakiya’s many corridors
dried lime and other pungents
i thought these were grasshoppers, but they weren’t
it’s like she just popped out of that wall
dinner time. before the storm
christina sitting pretty
cucumber. and then the storm
back at my parents’, yasmine gives christina a manicure
and then a pedicure, which proves more challenging. it really was a struggle
michelle and her sketchbook
me and mine
this morning we played pick-up-sticks at my place. we spent so much time arguing about the rules that by the time we started, it was time to pick up my children from school
Category: Months of Mai
Tags: art, diary, dip, ink, journal, Kuwait, leather, mubarakiya, notebook, pen, penmanship, sketch, writing
I absolutely love your journal sketchbook :)
Thank you, Cam! You really must try it. The paper is exquisite, especially when used with a dip-pen and ink. I think I’ve mentioned this before but you can check out the website where I got the journal: hopehousepress.co.uk.
Oh brilliant I’ll check that out :)
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