Make a Wish with Distress Inks

Distress Ink Tutorial on shipping tags (Marjie Kemper)

Make a Wish Tag Tutorial Did you know Distress Inks are one of  my favorite colorants?  It’s a fact!  Scroll to the end for a free download on how I use Distress Inks in my projects. This tag came together nicely.  I started out blending inks onto two tags, and then decided to combine them into…

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Last call for 2018 Teaching Your Passion™ course

Registration opens on Monday for the last run in 2018 of my Teaching Your Passion™ 4-week online course!  The course will  not be available again until April 2019.  This is a live 4-week course, and we are going to spread it out over 5 weeks this time so that those in the USA can enjoy…

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ATCs with Blended Backgrounds (Tutorial)

Artist Trading Card Tutorial Thanks for popping over for this artist trading card tutorial.  Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) are quick and easy, because they are so small. They are the same size as baseball cards. Blending Color + Stamps & Stencils Blend a variety of colors of Distress Ink onto your cards using an Ink…

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Art Journaling with Distress Inks (Video)

art journaling with distress inks video tutorial marjie kemper

Art Journal with Distress Inks It was a pleasure to dive into my art journal recently and create a new spread. Video Tutorial Feel free to watch here or click over to YouTube if that’s a better method.  I’d love if it you’d subscribe to my channel and give me a ‘thumbs up’ over there.…

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Teaching at Wanderlust 2019 + Bonuses!

It’s an honor to be one of the instructors participating in Wanderlust 2019!  What is Wanderlust 2o19? Wanderlust is fantastic! It’s a themed year-long online mixed media art and art journaling course.  Content comes in the form of video lessons from 26 instructors over the course of 48 weeks.  Wanderlust is in its fourth year…

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Instructor Interviews Series: Student Obstacles

Welcome to the fourth installment of my Instructor Interviews Series.  My interests vary between artistic endeavors and online courses, so I’ve reached out to a number of experts in both arenas to ask their thoughts on a variety of teaching issues.  You can see the first three installments here: Previous Instructor Interviews. Instructor Interviews Series,…

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