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Tim Holtz Eclectic Elements Fabric Book Tutorial

Thanks for visiting! I absolutely could not be more excited about the product I am featuring in today’s tutorial. Before I became a papercrafter, I sewed. I learned in my early teens. When I graduated from high school the one gift I hoped for was a sewing machine. One of the things that I love about Tim’s products is that everything works together. That brings me to today’s tutorial… a fabric mini book made from scratch featuring the new Eclectic Elements fabric and embellished inside with papers from the Lost and Found collection! Let’s get started… Begin with a 4 1/2″ x 4 1/2″ piece of beige cotton muslin. Toss some crinkle ribbon around on the craft sheet to take advantage of the remaining stain and water. Wring the fabric out in a dry cloth and dry with a heat tool. Cut out a clock from the clock fabric (PWTH003.NEUTR ) along with a piece of batting.

Sew along all of the inked lines. Jill Ricci — ART. Christy Tomlinson. Teesha Moore » Tagline Info Goes Here. Kelly rae. Suzi Dennis. Suzi Dennis - Painted Papers Studio. Journal image. How to use colorwash with gesso. Lynne Perrella - Illustration. Dinawakley.com. Blue Bazaar scrapbooking supplies Australia. Art Journal Every Day Archive. Jennibellie's Journal Workshops. RAK from Lynn at Scrapitydoodah. Thank you Lynn!! How To Make Bubble Paper/Art. Hand me a paintbrush and a piece of paper, and I’ll start to hyperventilate.

How To Make Bubble Paper/Art

It’s not the paper that does it. It’s the paintbrush. This means I’ll try just about anything to create original paper/art images using just about anything BUT a paintbrush. This latest experiment involved a bottle of bubbles and black ink. Check it out: Here’s the complete list of what I used to make my bubble paper: bubbles ($1 for 3 at the Dollar Store)printer paper (although watercolor paper would be super cool too)a sinka small container to mix the ink and bubbles Here’s what I did: Mixed about 1 part ink to 4 parts bubbles in a small container.

Laid the paper in the bottom of a dry sink. Started blowing bubbles over the paper. Now, there’s not much control here. Then something like this happens, and life is good. I used one such bubble burst to make this card, centering the burst inside the cut area. I’m definitely going to do this again using different colored inks. Like this: Search. France papillon. Milliande Art Studio. Art Journal Ideas, Tutorials & Art Journaling Techniques. Art journal, art journaling, online workshops, drawing, jane davenport. “The Journal is a workbook and playground.

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And it is also just for me. I’m the audience.” Roz Stendahl “Art journaling is about the creative process of pulling together colour, words and images as you wish on one page. Unlike many other forms of art, it is not about the outcome.” Tammy Garcia of Daisy Yellow It’s a mix of diary, travel memoir, autobiography, art therapist, visual diary, notebook, scrapbook and sketchbook….plus more… It’s a place, YOUR space, to record and work through your life experience in images, words, colours and collage. There is a wonderful and growing community of people around the world who keep an ‘Art Journal‘. Pin by Cindy Arnold on art journaling. Art Journaling 101 - abstract - create explore paint.

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Art Journaling 101 - abstract - create explore paint

"Art journaling is about the {creative process} of pulling together color, words and images as you wish on a page. Unlike many other forms of art, it is not about the outcome. "Tammy Garcia Original post 2008 * Updated March 2014 Welcome to Art Journaling 101 If you are just starting to bring art into your life, or wish to introduce kids & teens to art journaling, check out Art Journaling 101 for Kids, Teens & Beginners.

I'll begin with a note that the type of art journaling that I talk about is very loose and free and unencumbered by rules. 1. 1,000 Artist Journal Pages by Dawn DeVries SokolSpilling Open: The Art of Becoming Yourself by Sabrina Ward HarrisonThe Journal Junkies Workshop, by Scott and Modler Good Mail Day by Jennie HinchcliffJournal Spilling by Diana TroutCreative Illustration Workshop for Mixed-Media Artists by Katherine DunnPersonal Geographies: Explorations in Mixed-Media Mapmaking by Jill K. {Tutorial} Journal Covers. Journal covers make great gifts and are a super-fun way to use fabric scraps.

{Tutorial} Journal Covers

My tutorial is based off of this one by Jennifer Paganelli with a few modifications. Appearing here by popular demand! It's designed to cover a composition book, which measures 9 3/4" x 7 1/2" and has a nice firm outer. These are widely available at back to school time in the States or anytime at an office supply store. I buy the "grid rule" kind online via Staples, since graph paper is great for sketching quilts.