Art 'n Soul's Inspiration Station continues today with another inspiration from Marj Marion.
|Magenta Template Floral Background TM27|
Here's the card from Marj that is on display at Art 'n Soul . . . she's used UTEE embossing powder over the entire surface for a great texture effect over the watercolor design.
On the Magenta blog, Sherry Jackson has made one of the most beautiful evening sky art with . . . well, you'll have to go to her posting to find out!
|by Sherry Jackson, Design Team Magenta|
Remember that Fantasy Film we all purchased at Art 'n Soul a while back? Look at what Ellen Taylor has done with it when she had an Impression Obsession butterfly die cut to work with.
|by Ellen Taylor for Impression Obsession|
On the Poppy Stamps' blog, Pam Simpson has made a lovely card using one of their new dies.
|by Pam Simpson for Poppy Stamps|
Pam Sparks taught a "Shabby Chic Spring" class in Iowa earlier this month and posted pics from the class on the Memory Box blog. I love the color combinations.
|by Pam Sparks for Memory Box|
In the Art 'n Soul weekly email, Dianne shows how to use your dies to emboss and not cut. I can remember a class taught by Marj a few years back when I learned this technique; it was scary for me because I thought for sure I'd cut through my paper. But it worked! Like magic!
|by Dianne Johnson|
I know you're going to love this technique if you haven't tried it before . . . a whole new use for your stash of dies!
There are still a few spots left in Cindy Sharp's Inktense Fabric and Mixed Media class this Sunday afternoon between 1:00 and 4:00 p.m. She's been a tower of information and techniques using the Inktense pencils, and you won't be disappointed at all! Cindy's first class on the basics of Inktense pencils was extremely educational; this is the 'requested' follow-up by many of us in the class.
|by Cindy Sharp for her Class at Art 'n Soul|
|This is my friend's dachshund, Lucy,|
who obviously loves her ball, even while sleeping!
|When I first saw this on Facebook, I thought it|
was about Chewbaca from Star Wars. it's really
a photo captioned "coolest dog"!