Art Journal Page… Taking Time…

I’m really enjoying the slow pace this week between Christmas and New Year’s. We’ve been taking time to just relax and enjoy not having to be anywhere at…

Art Journal: Into Every Life…

I’m so happy to be part of Jessica Sporn‘s Stencil Test Drive. I’ll be having a go with two of her new designs starting in February, but I couldn’t wait…

Grateful

I’m hosting the current challenge at Frilly and Funkie, and I’ve chosen chipboard and metal as necessary components for whatever you feel like creating.  Be it stamping, scrapping,…

Art Journal: Stamping Without Ink

First, thank you all so much for all the enthusiasm and encouragement on my two earlier posts this week! I truly appreciate everyone taking the time to visit…

The Kathryn Wheel, Part 11

Time to share my November page for Kate Crane’s calendar project. I’ve used Tim Holtz’s Faux Embossed Metal technique on this one, with lots of Perfect Pearls Mists…

Art Journal Cafe: Anything Can Be a Stamp

My friends at Art Journal Cafe ask us to stamp with a non-traditional stamp for the current challenge. I used the oval shaped lid from an old Colorbox inkpad…

Frilly & Funkie Challenge: Hide It

  The current challenge at Frilly and Funkie is Anything but a Card ~ With a Twist… you need to hide something somewhere on your piece.  I’ll admit,…

Art Journal Page: Starting Point

I’m finishing up an amazing online class taught by Kelly Rae Roberts called Flying Lessons. It’s about building a creative business and the course content has given me…

Frilly & Funkie: Art Journal Page

This week at Frilly and Funkie our challenge is to use tags in unusual ways and include a Halloween or Autumn theme. Any altered tag project is welcome,…

Watercolor Dreams

I made this page on Friday at a class at Art is You in Connecticut… Joanne Sharpe was the instructor and we had a great day together.  The…