Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Jennifer McGuire has quite the studio office that she has recently redesigned. WOW! Jennifer shows how she organizes her craft paper. While we're not always able to totally duplicate someone else's system(s), we may certainly pick up ideas and figure out how to make that idea work in your own space. I thought her system was well worth seeing . . .



This link will take you to Jennifer's blog posting and then click on the video; you might also look at some of the other photos of her studio. Caution:  drool bib might be in order!



Jacqueline Smith has created a beautiful accordion card for Elizabeth Craft Designs. And she has written an easy to follow set of instructions.


by Jacqueline Smith for Elizabeth Craft Designs



A member of the Memory Box Design Team is from France and she has a posting of a card that I think is beautifully simple.


by Bibiana Martinez-Ziegler for Memory Box
This is the link to go to the blog in the French language:  http://davebrethauer.typepad.com/unbrindecreativite/2014/03/carte-de-condol√©ances.html
If the text is in French, there is a translation link under "Google" in the right bar (under the Note From Author paragraph); click on English and it will change the text to English.



I have a friend who is recovering from shoulder surgery. I made this card to send to her using stamps from Magenta and inks from IMAGINE Crafts/Tsukineko.


by Debbie Gaetz
SUPPLIES USED:
Magenta:  Garden Lily by Crafty Individuals 95.149.O
Magenta:  Word Stamp 07.8006.K

Memento Luxe Mixed Media Ink in Wedding White &
Versafine Pigment Ink in Onyx Black
by IMAGINE Crafts/Tsukineko

Prismacolor Colored Pencils
Yellow Metallic Glitter Pen
Top Fold Card by Fabriano
Black 65 lb. card stock; gold card stock; green silk card stock.
by Debbie Gaetz
The colored pencils were fun to work with. As Susie has always said in classes at Art 'n Soul, the white colored pencil is always your mainstay 'must have' for highlighting and blending. If you don't have one, please come see us at the store.



Darsie Bruno is someone I've long admired and have followed her blog off and on. She is now a member of the IMAGINE Crafts Design Team, so I see a lot more of her beautiful creations. For her Altered Pages/IMAGINE Crafts' project, Darsie made this Victorian tag. I think it is stunning.


by Darsie Bruno
Artist-in-Residence for IMAGINE Crafts
Click on this link for the details:



See you tomorrow!








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