In the fall time there is nothing better than cozying up on your couch and crocheting for winter, especially when it comes to making yourself some leg warmers. I just love picking out yarn that is colorful and trying out new patterns, for this project I went with some multi color yarn for the leg part and for the edge a light pink yarn. I’m so happy with how the legwarmers turned out, next I will have to make myself a winter headband ill make sure to write down what yarn and pattern I use next.
The Abra Kadabra! package design for pancake and crepes mix is adorable, its cute rabbit and colors really pop. It makes me want to be a kid all over again, I really like how the designer presented the rabbit character on the packaging. The different locations that the pancakes or crepes are being held by the rabbit was a really good idea.
¡El Abra Kadabra! paquete de diseño de mezcla de panqueques y crepes es adorable, su lindo conejo y colores realmente pop. Me dan ganas de ser una niña de nuevo, me gusta cómo el diseñador presentó el conejo carácter en el envase. Los diferentes lugares que los panqueques o crepes son retenidos por el conejo era una buena idea.
I thought to share some of the illustrations that I have colored so far from The Enchanted Journey Coloring book by Colorama that I received for Christmas last year. The book pages are sized at 8.5″H x 8″W x 0.5″D, which makes it fairly easy to carry with you and I find much faster to color in. The variety of designs range from secret garden paths, hidden treasures, mystical forest creatures, fairies, castles, water worlds, and more. I really enjoy coloring in this wonderful book, it’s a great addition to my other coloring books. To color in the illustrations I use Marco Raffine colored pencils, which go on smoothly and then I blend in the colors using mineral oil with stumps and tortillons.
Make sure to follow me on my Instagram account at EnchantingWendy, I post pictures of the illustrations as I’m done coloring them.