Eileen Hull has a new Pocket Notebook die coming out and I was incredibly honored to create something for her release party blog hop.Read the rest of this entry
Combining rusty metal and intriguing bits and bots with vintage style paper to create blank books is one of my favorite pastimes.
That’s why I loved making this steampunk art journal.
Held together with a rusty chain and featuring all sorts of bits and bobs, I made this steampunk journal using Eileen’ Hull’s Wrapped Journal Die and Stamperia papers.Read the rest of this entry
So many elements go into this mixed media piece–layered background paper, mica stained glass windows, National Geographic background paper, an old dictionary page and even a tiny little noose.Read the rest of this entry
I love making art journals, junk journals and other forms of books. However, embarking on one of these is always a huge time-consuming project…or at least it was until I discovered the joy of making tiny art journals.
It was easy to make a complete journal in an evening. What’s more, the finished project is just so much fun.Read the rest of this entry
Remember those mixed up animal flip books from childhood? I had so much fun making an artistic version of that style of book that I just had to share with you.
Each animal page is actually a mixed media art page unto itself.
This winter my friend and product designer, Eileen Hull, began a new education team and she was gracious enough to ask me to join it.Read the rest of this entry
Canvas Corp has the spotlight on my Artist Trading Block today. “Wishes” is an altered art sculpture about my past and present. It is me. The little girl in the photo is me around four years old. I was wearing a big hat, facing a big world, and had big wishes and big opportunities in front of me. Read the rest of this entry
As you are probably aware by now, Paper Calliope has been hosting the 13 Days of October. For 13 days in October I am featuring different autumn and Halloween focused craft projects. I playfully chose the number 13 to toy with spooky superstitions. Read the rest of this entry