Friday, 29 January 2016
I played with my patterns from patterNovember challenge and look what I created - heart-shape gift tags and they are absolutely free! You can download them and print on the paper of any color you want(except black and other dark of course)
Click below on the "DOWNLOAD" button and you'll receive the PDF file of A4 paper size
Thursday, 28 January 2016
Tuesday, 26 January 2016
Friday, 22 January 2016
Thursday, 21 January 2016
Yep! I'm on Periscope!
I just found that it is really amazing app! I like to watch/listen when someone is drawing while I'm also drawing. The feeling is like we met somewhere in a studio to draw and talk all together. If you are there too, please write me your account name or suggest me interesting people
Good morning & have a sweet day!
Just want to remember that there is the coloring page for download. http://yuliiabahniuk.blogspot.com/2015/12/free-coloring-page-candy.html If you do color it in, please tag me and use the hashtag #yuliiabahniukcoloring - I'd like to look at your result!
Friday, 15 January 2016
Saturday, 9 January 2016
Friday, 8 January 2016
Thursday, 7 January 2016
This year we celebrate 100 years since the Ukrainian carol known in the world as “Carol of the Bells” was first performed in Kiev, Ukraine, in 1916. Yes, it is originally a Ukranian folk song written as a “winter well-wishing song” in 1916 by Ukrainian composer Mykola Leontovich and titled “Shchedryk,” the song tells the tale of a swallow flying into a household to proclaim the plentiful year that the family will have. The song’s title is derived from the Ukrainian word “shchedryj,” which means “bountiful.” "Shchedryk was performed at Carnegie Hall in New York City, in October of 1921 by The Ukrainian Capella. When American choir director and arranger Peter Wilhousky heard Leontovich’s choral work, it reminded him of bells; so he wrote new lyrics to convey that imagery for his choir. Now called “Carol of the Bells,” the song has become associated with Christmas because of its new lyrics, which include references to silver bells, caroling and the line “merry, merry, merry, merry Christmas". :) On the picture - chocolate bar from chocolate set about Ukraine illustrated by me for Candy Set