Strathmore provides one of the best paper mediums for watercolor techniques which is quite popular at Art 'n Soul. These wonderful paks are at the store now . . .
|There are 10 sheets, 8x10 in size|
140 lb. cold press -- "500 Series / Premium" Quality
sized for readymade frames and mats
|these are 140 lb. HOT PRESS which means both sides|
are much smoother than the cold press;
these sheets are 5x7 in a pak of 25.
|These are not art board like the Inchie Arts' squares.|
These are 4x4 tiles of 140 lb. cold press heavyweight stock,
and there are 10 in each pak.
|There are 10 blank cards (5" x 6-7/8") and matching envelopes made|
from the 140 lb. cold press watercolor paper. These are perfect
for those very special cards you want to create.
Graphic 45's "Time to Flourish" 12x12 papers for the months of January, February and March. More months will be coming next month. If you want all 12 months, the 8x8 paper pad includes them, as well as the background 6x6 paper pads.
Are you keeping track of the Twelve Days of Christmas promotions at Art 'n Soul? Today (Friday) you receive 20% off any Hasty Lace Template, and "Buy One Washi Tape, Get One Washi Tape FREE (of equal or lesser value).
If you're looking for an easy and quick last-minute gift to make for the holidays, look no further than this tray made by John Petersen using Authentique Christmas papers.
|by John Creighton Petersen for Authentique Papers|
I'm thinking that this tray would make a wonderful gift filled with holiday treats.
Remember Lisa Lee's class on Stendoodle™? I haven't seen any of the class photos yet to share with you but here's a couple of stendoodles™ I did that haven't been colored yet. You really should give this technique a try! It has certainly brought my stash of stencils and dies out.
|by Debbie Gaetz|
|by Debbie Gaetz|
Speaking of Inchie Arts, here's more of their 12 Trees of Christmas using Inchie Arts' Art Squares.
|by Kristen Powers, Owner of RubberMoon Art Stamps|
Lisa Lee brings us bak to an earlier technique she taught at Art 'n Soul, die masking with the Art Square board.
|by Lisa Lee, Inchie Arts|
Gotta go . . . I've pushed my limit for today's post since it included photography action. I am learning way more about patience than I would ever want to right now.