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Eclectic Paperie. Hi Everyone!

Eclectic Paperie

Starla here! I'm so excited that Kim asked me to be a guest DT on the eP blog this month!! Life has severely limited my crafting mojo for several months now and I will admit that I was a bit apprehensive about coming up with a project worthy of the eP standard!! I decided that stressing was not the best way to get back into the creative groove. Instead, I got out some very neglected "toys" and spent the day making a glorious mess and having fun exploring creativity!! I decided to pull out my 6x6 Gelli Plate, some TCW stencils and Claudine'swonderful paints. Close up of the raised paste Decided to use some of the extra paint on my mat to stencil another background Just a FEW of the prints that I made!! After a few hours of messy fun, I finally decided that maybe I should actually use one of the backgrounds to make a finished project.

Basic details: Card base is cut to 5.5 x 5.5". Highlighting interesting projects involving paper. Quilled Paper Alphabet by Dan Hoopert 19 year old Uk-based graphic designer Dan Hoopert has crafted an intricate 3D alphabet series out of swirled quilled tendrils of paper as a personal project.

highlighting interesting projects involving paper.

The ornate detail in each of the letters is absolutely remarkable! For creation of typography in the realm of paper, this definitely sets itself apart from the rest. One can only imagine the amount of hours it took to produce this piece. Well done! Snake-like Paper Sculpture Made From Thousands Of Lips You may remember the Swarm Pinned Skin Collage by David Adey comprised of thousands of clippings of various complexions from fashion magazines. Accumulation Paper Cut Sculptures Talented artist Christine Kim has delighted us in the past with her illustrations, which showcased the use of penciled collaged figures, incorporated with watercolor backdrops and paper cut imagery to produce beautiful motifs.

Cut it out!! ......canvas tutorial. I love a wall I can read!

Cut it out!! ......canvas tutorial

Take your favorite quotes and put them up on the walls with this easy, inexpensive idea! Supplies: Canvas (found mine at Hobby Lobby in a 2 pack for $7.99) Fabric. Hand Papermaking Home Page. Bia College Chicago : Residency Program. The Center for Book and Paper Arts currently offers several residency opportunities.

bia College Chicago : Residency Program

Current Residency OfferingsSummer Residency with Anchor Graphics | Click to apply | Deadline March 31, 2014Our Alumni Studio Access Award, a rolling residency program to which all graduates of the Interdisciplinary Arts MFA program may apply Summer Residency The Center for Book and Paper Arts, in collaboration with Anchor Graphics, will provide for one two-week artist residency from July 14 - 25, 2014, intended to provide time, facilities and assistance for specific projects. Peace Paper Project. Handmade paper on Etsy, a global handmade and vintage marketplace. Texture Lovers. One Lucky Day. Vintage Frame Cards and Labels for Free. We’re now offering spectacular fillable vintage framed labels and cards for free in PDF templates.

Vintage Frame Cards and Labels for Free

Use them for flavor box labeling, invitation cards, wine labels, name cards for tables at your wedding or any other great ideas you can come up with. All sizes available in our WL-450 size, 4.25 x 5.5″, 4 labels per sheet, Some designs also available in our WL-150 size, 4 x 3.33″, 6 labels per sheet Each template is available in Autofill – populate the complete template by hitting your tab button and input individual information into each label cell. Paper pumpkin lanterns {tutorial} I've been looking for ways to use up the rest of the scraps of Halloween paper from this bat mobile / chandelier project and my trick-or-treat banner.

paper pumpkin lanterns {tutorial}

I found orange string lights at Walmart and came up with the perfect project. Okay, confession time. Handmade business cards. These are fun & easy business cards that will have people talking... Just pretend I didn't just write that...haa ha I am on QVC or something... anyways...You don't have to spend a forutne to order some and wait weeks to get some! Make your own business cards! The night before Bloggy Bootcamp, I realized I didn't have any business cards to pass out to other bloggers and participants. I knew that it would be a great opportunity to share my blog with others so I got thinking... I opened up a simple word document and formatted it horizontally so I could fit 12 cards on one sheet and not have to worry about cropping the sides. Next I printed the sheet on a 8 1/2 x 11 white cardstock Next I used my trusty sewing machine.

I lined it up on my paper and sewed straight down to the bottom. Next I started cutting out my cards. Next was the rows... And wha-la! Really digging out these turned out. To hold them in one place, I used a coin purse I got from Freshly Picked. Lined Envelopes by Sew Kate Sew.