Monday, September 15, 2014
I created this art journal page for Paper Crafter's Library. I allowed myself to not be safe - to try something new and to see what would happen. This is the process of blooming and growing. To go beyond what is familiar and comfortable. To venture into the unknown. Here are a few close ups:
Saturday, September 13, 2014
Julie Beltramo. This Fall Gift Set will be a great seasonal surprise for any recipient! The Decorative Kerr Jar is filled with pistachios, but can be filled with any special treat. The coordinating Kraft Journal, of course accompanied by a Blackberry Bliss Stampin’ Write Marker, is great for making lists or journaling thoughts. And the coordinating card is a must to top off the gift! Get the full step-by-step instructions by heading over to Craft Project Central and subscribing to the month of September.
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Regina Andari! The next time you receive an invitation to a baby shower, just whip up an ensemble like this. The shadow box frame makes a pretty decoration for a nursery, and the greeting card has an interior pocket to hold an envelope filled with cash or a gift card. Head on over to Craft Project Central and subscribe to the month of September for full step-by-step instructions for creating this ensemble!
Monday, September 08, 2014
I plan to put together a quick video to share how I made these ink blot cards! But until then, enjoy the art :)
Today's lesson from the art studio: sometimes it's fun to let your art make itself!
I played around with ink and transparencies and ended up creating some colorful abstract art pieces! I can't wait to make more....or see how they make themselves! It's always a surprise when you let the ink do the creating!
Sunday, September 07, 2014
Melissa Banbury?!?! If you are looking for a unique theme for an upcoming Birthday, Baby, or Wedding Shower this Mad Hatter décor and favor box might be just what you’re looking for! This set comes with a little playing card matchbox that is just large enough to hold a tea bag for each guest, a Mad Hatter’s hat, and a tea cup full of red, white, and “painted” red roses (to mimic the line from the Queen of Hearts in Alice in Wonderland: “Who has been painting my roses red?”). Get the full step-by-step instructions to create all of these wonderful decor pieces by heading over the Craft Project Central and subscribing to the month of September!
Thursday, September 04, 2014
Craft Project Central and subscribe to the month of September for full step-by-step instructions for how to create this project!