Hi! I’m Zoe
I really believe I can be someone who changes the world in a positive way, and that everyone else can be too.
I'm a student, hippie, older sister, bicycle rider, amateur website designer, loom knitter, novice seamstress, and a little bit eccentric.
I love public speaking, photography, writing and cooking. I'm fluent in English, Sarcasm and Bullshit.
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Tag Archives: Draw
It’s finally here! Finally! My hand-painted, hand-written, made-with-so-much-love recipe e-book is available to purchase right now in my shop. You can buy the ebook, a printed copy of the book or you can get the deluxe package. The deluxe package contains … Continue reading
It’s really hard for me to write this entry. I hate breaking promises to myself, and this feels like I’m breaking a promise to a lot more people than just me. I woke up this morning, sick. Didn’t feel like moving, being awake, sleeping, did I mention moving? I’m feeling a bit better tonight, but I’m not cured and I’m afraid I might be out-of-action again tomorrow morning. So I had to make a tough decision, do I attempt to finish the book on time and release something less than my best, or do I give myself a little less pressure and work on making the book fantastic? Continue reading
I’m working really hard, but it hardly feels like working because I’m surrounded by this: Continue reading
Wheeeeeee! Today I finished the ebook cover and a few pages. And to celebrate the milestone of simply beginning the thing, I have a gift for you! A free, downloadable, printable page from the book, with a totally new recipe that I’ve never shared before. Yay! Continue reading
Today when the house was quite with the sounds of napping, I took a pad of pastel paper and my mum’s box of pastels outside to sit and let rainbows smudge beneath my fingers. I haven’t used pastels in a long time and it was fun rediscovering how much I enjoy playing with them! The first page I opened up to already had a sketch on it, one that my mum must have done back when she used to take life drawing classes. It was a nice surprise… Continue reading
In one of my (many) craft cupboards I have a stack of sketching books, pastel paper, tins of watercolour pencils, pastels and charcoal. I sort of inherited it all from my mum, who moved overseas last month. Unfortunately I didn’t inherit her awesome drawing skills. But I’ve been working on mine, just playing around. I haven’t touched the pastels or charcoal yet… but I’ll get there! Here’s a few little bits and pieces I’ve been practising with: Continue reading