Saturday, September 13, 2014

Debra Hensley has found a clever way to make a card about the seashore and the Elizabeth Craft Designs' sea shell peel-offs. I really like how she applied the peel-off stickers to a sheet of newspaper, and the other techniques that are shown.

by Debra Hensley for Elizabeth Craft Designs
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Jill Foster shows how to use the same stamp three different ways on the Penny Black blog. I never would have thought to use a leaf as the background for tree foliage as she has in the first card.

by Jill Foster for Penny Black

by Jill Foster for Penny Black

by Jill Foster for Penny Black

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Jean Okimoto is so clever with the Memory Box dies. She's made a fun Halloween card . . .

by Jean Okimoto for Memory Box
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Colleen Bodvig has put together a cool collage, Tea for Two, on the RubberMoon blog. Again, if you're a mixed media aficionado, you'll love this.

"Tea for Two" by Colleen Bodvig for RubberMoon Arts
Click on this link to see the steps Colleen took in making this: 

Remember those little canvas boards we've been selling at the store since the RubberMoon classes at Art 'n Soul? Well, Susie has been having a wonderful time stamping and watercoloring on them. Here's a beautiful example . . .

by Susie Tracy
The stamped images are from Magenta. I believe Susie used the Kuretake watercolor set. A new delivery of the small canvas boards arrived last week and are at the store, just waiting for you!

It's been quite a day. A good part of the late morning and early afternoon was spent in downtown Enumclaw. My husband and his friends were in the car show. While the show was going, the gals enjoyed a delicious lunch and shopping in the small boutique-type stores. I found a couple of wonderful treasures that I'll share tomorrow. There was one car owner who had a wonderful sense of humor while displaying his truck . . .

And a store had some wonderful Halloween decorations . . . I especially had a chuckle over this one. It was her sneaker shoes that caught my eye first.

I don't know what tomorrow brings but Mr. Brown delivered a box of Amate paper this afternoon. More information will be posted tomorrow.

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