Tuesday, October 23, 2012

small wonder

A little wonder I learned from Pinterest today :). 
To draw my own hand. LOL. You heard it. Simplest thing ever!. Meet my left hand :).

Place your hand on a piece of paper. Draw lines across your hand to fill up the paper. Move hand and start to connect these lines. The more curvy your connecting lines are, the more 3D your hand will be on the paper:). I used mainly sharpies & color markers for the lines. Then added tissue papers, masking tapes and stamping here and there.

The squiggly lines make my left hand looked weird.

Why haven't I knew this before??. Did I not learn this in kindy?. I remembered a friend said, all we need to know in life are learned in kindy!!. She is definitely right. For example, we need to amuse ourselves more often :).

Hope I made you smile today :). Take care.


  1. Hey, what a great idea! Gives a really nice result. thnx for sharing ♥

  2. Just loving this idea. I have some pages already prepped and ready for some inspiration...thanks!!!!

  3. Hi Shahrul, what a great idea this is. I've done this before but not this way, just the boring way, I guess haha. I LOVE this way of doing it and using your left hand. Lots of happy and brights here, looks so cool and 3D.... you always make me smile when I come here. Thanks so much for sharing!

  4. That is such a fun idea, and it reminds me the time when I was teaching at the kindergarden, lots of hand painting and drawing.

    Sending blog hug from Japan!

  5. So awesome...I miss your blog!!! I've been blog MIA but I see you still got awesomeness going around here :)

  6. weeee...bestnyer...i did palm painting before...hehehe...that was my orane black journal. this one is a great idea too!! i should quickly try on Faiz...hehehe....thanks Shahrul!

  7. What a fun page! Love all your wavy lines and journaling. You used so many colors... it made me think of that rainbow up above :-)


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