Get your sketch on and come share with us at #shareyoursketch on Instagram. Meet others in our community, try something new, get inspired. Just hashtag your sketch #shareyoursketch and join in! It can be any medium, any style.anything goes. The creative process has to start somewhere. Here are a few shots from #shareyoursketch this week. Starting with me! An actual photo of me doing what I love best - doodling. I think I was the only one with a smile on my face after 4 hours being stuck on the Sea to Sky highway. I have to admit it's been about the only time I have had a bit of peace and quiet to actually sit down and just draw with no distractions. I was a little stumped on what to draw, but here I was overlooking the Pacific Ocean so first thing that came to mind...fish! All shapes and sizes here. [caption id="attachment_5320" align="aligncenter" width="560"] Some Fish For You![/caption] Tina of @Tinaliondes shares her work created during some stormy weather and time spent indoors. @artbreaking shows us her thoughts on spring.Her instagram feed is full of zentangles, doodles and just a lot of art! Have a visit, it's amazing to see all her marks in one spot. Diane of @dianekappa spends her morning hours drawing. I love her paisley pattern here with its inky lines. Patricia of @patricia_zapata has started a #365 project which I have been enjoying. Pop by for a daily dose of what she is up to. Actually here is a little write up on her blog about what she is up to! Michelle of @patternandco has been doodling dahlias. I love seeing where people find their inspiration and how they transform it into a drawing. Next we have two pieces from Wendy Flynn of @dorisandfred. Her sketches have been digitized, coloured and made into fabric at Spoonflower. She has entered this weeks competition, Wellies and Galoshes. You can see her finished piece and vote for her here The finished piece looks like this one here! Last, but not least, we have Heather of @heatherunderground. Heather always makes me laugh. I have only met her once at a Flora Bowley workshop, but we have remain connected through social media.She has a great imagination! I love her sketchy portrait that pretty much sums up how I feel right about now. It's Christmas design time and everyday is starting to feel like Christmas around here. I am in need of a big dose of summer.I am officially done with christmas baubles and reindeer. That's all for this week - more to come later! Pop on by Instagram and search #shareyoursketch for more sketchiness. Have a fun-filled weekend!