Check out my latest blog post over on The Crafter’s Workshop Blog today. This written tutorial gives you simple step-by-step instructions to create either a St Patrick’s Day 4 leaf clover card, or you can use the same process to create a floral card.
Hi there! Do you want to learn how to create a really cool watercolor resist technique? Then hop on over to my latest blog post at The Crafter’s Workshop Design Team blog page.
For those of us who don’t celebrate Valentine’s Day, or who don’t have time to make a card between now and then, you can use this same technique to create a really cool background for almost any other work like an art journal page or artwork. Here’s a variation of the same technique using different stamps and colors:
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The end of the old year and the beginning of a new year always makes me want to turn inward and spend some quiet, quality time in introspection. I don’t believe in resolutions, yet every year I focus on creating an intention or two to focus on throughout the year. This intention helps me maintain my motivation, inspiration, and to keep on track towards my true north star of following my heart and dreams (goals).
Still in the midst of a global pandemic, I’ve really been feeling the need for more peace, calm, and stillness in my life. Inspired by a generous free art class offering from StudioWorks, I completed a class in painting stones, which was the jumping off point for the meditative process of stenciling each stone with intentions, goals, and focus.
Mother Earth is my greatest inspiration, and so I created these two artworks to pay homage to both earth and sea, with mindfulness, gratitude and great intention for the coming year.
Hi there! Have you seen my latest post over on The Crafter’s Workshop blog today? It’s all about this gorgeous fall wreath assemblage artwork and how I created it using turkey feathers and watercolors paired with faux botanicals and wooden beads.
Hello! Check out my newest post over on The Crafter’s Workshop Blog today, featuring my latest creation: A double-sided, midori-style traveler’s notebook. I just love the flexible functionality of these journals, which allow you to switch and change the content out whenever you like!
I’ve got a bold ask to make. I’m really trying to grow my following on my social media accounts, but I can’t do that alone. Would you be willing to help me by sharing some of my posts or telling your friends to follow me? If you are, thanks ever so much! Here’s the list of all my accounts to make it easy for you!
Hello! How are you doing? I’ve been crazy busy lately with many happenings in my art world. All good, of course.
Today, I have a new post up over at The Crafter’s Workshop blog. It features a grungy steampunk lightbulb on a 6″ x 6″ mixed media board.
If you have time, hop on over and check it out. Click the blog link above, or the photo below, to navigate directly to the post to read it.
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Hello! For this project, I wanted to really experiment using a combination of products: An 8″ x 10″ Gel Press Gel Plate, several different stencils, ColorSparx watercolor powders, and a myriad of mediums.
I ended up with 12 yummy layers of texture and dimension by the end of my experimental project.
To read my in-depth blog post for this artwork, please read my blog post on the TCW Blog, or check out the photos on my Instagram account.