I really enjoyed doing this and promised myself I would take the time to do more as the process was really relaxing whatever the end result.
Sad times at the start of the summer put a halt on all creativity with the passing of my father and the business that followed helping my mother.
I did manage to create a couple more however and while they may not be the standard of Hannah Dunnett (I'm not an artist) I am happy with them and feel I will continue to try and get some ideas on paper no matter how infrequent.
Here is one of them, I followed her same detail of adding Bible passages but I suppose you could use favourite poetry, song lyrics or your own musings. I just chose a word as my theme on this one and linked verses to it, the others I did were pictures.
I suppose the big thing at the moment is adult colouring to relieve stress, I like the idea but prefer to make my own images to fill. The pencils I bought are Derwent Academy and the pens Scribblicious.
I think sometimes as we get older we feel a bit guilty if we sit and do something like this. There are always so many other things we feel we should be doing, and most of the time they are things people don't notice or that don't really matter. I saw a bit of a show on T.V about people who clean obsessively, hoovering numerous times a day and cleaning the bathroom four times a day. What on earth are they doing? Hiding evidence? It's insane and they will never get that time back but the dust will return. I watched ten minutes of it that was enough.
Anyway if you would like to take a look at more of Hannah Dunnett's work there is a collection on pinterest here
I'll try and add one but it may not save...
Hannah Dunnett art. God is Good.
Here you see, her work is fabulous.