I just finished #347 out of 365 “creative somethings” made during 2018. Since I last posted here a month ago, I’ve done 25 more art cards . . .Read More
Fabric Elements is a line of pre-cut fabrics and coordinating elements designed by Rebekah Meier for Mixed Media Collage. I was excited to learn I could find these products locally, at JoAnn's Fabrics and Crafts. Wow, a whole line of products, including fabric, designed specifically for mixed media collage? I'm in . . .Read More
I'm happy to say that I continued to be "called" to work/play in my art journal. At the moment, not having a prompt is not inhibiting me. More often than not, every few days I have this feeling that I want to do something creative and so I make myself go start something in my art journal . . .Read More
Here I go again . . . I seem to be called to work/ err . . . play in my art journal a little more often now!
I started like this with a scrap paper that had leftover ink on stencils, printed on it . . . .Read More
I thought about doing a quick fabric project for my 100 project but soon noticed that working/playing in my art journal was calling to me more. I knew I was not done with trying out my new stencils by Terri Stegmiller! I concentrated on the design I had not played with yet and ended up using it repeatedly, in layers . . . .Read More
Yesterday, I gave myself permission to play with some new stencils and use the results in my art journal. I started out by testing on plain paper. I grabbed a leftover scrap piece of paper that had spray inks over a stencil. On top of this, I added acrylic paint with a sponge over the new August 'Stencil Club stencils' from StencilGirl designed by Terri Stegmiller. . . . .Read More
I took a few photos while making my ICAD (Index card a day) tonight and thought I would share them. The theme this week from daisy yellow was to use a different color palette every day. Well, I took that theme and used it to inspire me to use lots of different colors via my tin of hard pastels. I started off by making a mark with ALL of the colors, one by one . . . .Read More