Check out the weekly Crafts n Things website to make my fabric postcards.
Writing books and magazines articles, requires making a model of the project as an example. Sometimes it also requires step-outs (projects in various stages of completion). I have LOTS of models and step-outs and would like to share some of them with you.
Returned models from books and magazines
I love February for many reasons. Living in northern Illinois I like to think ahead to March, and spring being right around the corner. It is also my birthday month and last year was a big number for me. One that I was not looking forward to celebrating. THIS year, I am very excited about my birthday, and would like to share my happiness with all of you. What better way then a giveaway!
I am giving away this journal and
a copy of my book, More Fabric Art Collage.
To enter, write a reply telling me what you like to create, and what you do with your projects. The winner will be notified on Friday, February 8, 2013.
Also keep following, as I plan to give away more stuff in coming weeks!
I am back home near Chicago to very cold minus wind chills. I miss Cali weather. Last week, I taught at Art Supply Warehouse’s teaching venue called Cataylst. What a cool store and teaching space! I could spend hours in that store, and really regret not buying the handmade papers I saw. I have never seen such a great assortment.
We fused, stamped, stenciled, cut, tore, and transfered, using materials from Artful Fiber, TAP, and Jacquardproducts (Lumiere, Dye-na-Flow, and Pearl-Ex). My students rocked! It was a full day class in which they used Timtex TAP, and fast2fuse (covers), Mul•Tex, and Lutradur to create a very cool accordion style book. The techniques we used were from my book More Fabric Art Collage, can also be applied to decorate the rest of the AF bag or create fiber art wall hangings as well. That is the cool thing about this bag of goodies, is its many creative possibilities.