A new exciting opportunity has risen to exhibit at The Sugar Cane Coffee Lounge, Ashgrove. I’ve got live music, champers, canapes and of course all my intricate, paper artwork will be on display on my opening night which is Saturday 19th November. To book please get in touch, $25 a ticket.
Most people around my children’s school know me or know of me, some of them know that I’m a creative type, with only a few who really know what I get up to in my few, precious moments of spare time. So when the opportunity of the school art show came up, I thought I would exhibit the pieces that I did a few years ago to show my creativity.
It’s quite a nerve wracking experience, it is like showing your soul but you know let people in and they can surprise and lovely things can happen.
I had many sales from the exhibition which made my heart jump for joy including this lovely stained-glass inspired piece using ripped paper and another exhibition is now in the pipeline.
As well as exhibiting at the art show, my lovely friend and I were in charge of decorating the hall in a rainbow of paper star garlands. It was an art installation in itself!! The end result was amazing and it was a shame to take it down when the show was all over but it wouldn’t have survived the boy’s indoor soccer!
Well until next time.
I was very excited on Monday to receive my very first custom order on Etsy. A lovely customer wanted bunting in peaches, pinks, golds and creams. I worked with her with all the different colour combinations and finally came up with a Peach, Pale Peach and Cream combination in my triangular bunting range for her daughter’s birthday.I enjoyed packaging the order up and just hoped it would meet with her approval!
When my customer received her parcel, she said “Love them!!! Beautiful job. Colours are perfect and beautifully presented!!”. I was thrilled with her remarks! If you too want custom-made bunting, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Until next time.
Since putting up the shop window at Skyring Architects, I’ve been busy putting new things into my Etsy shop. One of the new things that I’m excited about is my range of paper garlands, in beautiful shades but I can create them in whatever shade or hue you may like – well, within the range of colour cardstock that I have available anyway!!!
If you are arranging a celebration or just want to decorate your child’s bedroom or use as gift decoration, I would love to hear from you. Please come and visit my shop at www.etsy.com/au/shop/LilibetStanley
Until next time.
Hello!! I hope you are having a productive day. I have been busy putting more stock into my Etsy shop. So far I have put the following artworks on and more will be following in the next couple of days! The artwork featured here is using torn Kaisercard from Kaisercraft by hand.
All my artwork will be available in print form and at the moment, the smaller sizes will be available as originals aswell.
It’s all been a huge learning curve for me but I think I am getting there finally!!
Hello, Happy New Year!!
I’m back from my Summer holiday and I’ve been busy and have so much to tell you!!
First of all, I’m going to share with you some photos of my window display at Skyring Architects in Bardon, Brisbane. The photos are not as good as I want, as it was a very bright day yesterday so there was a great deal of reflection so I’m going to go back on a not-so-bright day. However, it will give you an idea as to what I’ve been doing in my long holiday.
I decided that it was an ideal opportunity to show off all that I can do with paper and thin card so the table that you can see is made from Canson 240gm card, glue and some small stones inside the table legs to make sure it stays in one spot!
The team at Skyring Architects were so lovely to deal with and I’m very thankful for this opportunity to show my work. My bespoke “Tuscania” artwork is in pride of place in the window. The print is available in my Etsy shop, the original artwork is made from hand-torn paper using pattern inspired from European Gothic architecture.
The table took a lot of patience and sore fingers from cutting but I was pleased with the result!
My Paper Garlands are going to be for sale on my Etsy website in the coming days.
So are my Greetings cards!
Well, it’s good to back into the day-to-day of normal life and I’m looking forward to sharing with you my my trip to the beach, the country and everything else!
Until next time.