Wednesday, March 19, 2014

We're certainly hoping you're going to join us for Play Day at the store this Friday for the sidewalk crack art. It's fun, full of whimsey and whatever else you want to make of it. Here's a sampling of something I found on the worldwide web . . .

I'll be there in the morning and Susie will be there in the early afternoon. It couldn't be more fun, more outside the box, and more free than this! And if you don't want to sidewalk crack art with us, feel free to bring in your own project to work on . . . we just wanna have a fun day at Art 'n Soul this Friday.

Oh, wow! I love how Maureen used the Vertigo™from IMAGINE Crafts to make this wonderful card that's perfect for a "gal or guy". Anyone who has that engineering/architectural structure in their brain will certainly like it!

by Maureen Cronin
Artist-in-Residence for IMAGINE Crafts
And then Linda Lucas used a Spellbinder die to shape a piece of Vertigo™ for a stunning background for this beautiful card, definitely made for a 'gal'!

by Linda Lucas
Artist-in-Residence for IMAGINE Crafts
Click this link to go to the IMAGINE Crafts' blog to see the details for both of these cards . . .

From the Memory Box blog, I was really excited to see something inspired by Kadinsky. I've always loved the art by this Russian artist and was surprised to see his name mentioned. So I just had to share that with you!

by Deborah Nolan for Memory Box
Here's the link for her description of making the card:

From the Penny Black blog, a beautiful stenciled dimension on the card front . . .

by Wida Miller for Penny Black
Click on this link to go to the website for detailed instructions:

From the Poppy Stamps blog, look at how this beautiful wreath on the "brick" background really stands out . . .

by Sherry Hester for Poppy Stamps
Here's the link to the posting for more information:

This little beauty was on the Rubbermoon Facebook posting and I loved it!

from Rubbermoon
"toadally cool"

As many of you know, Dianne is in Iceland for her daughter's wedding. She posted a few pics on her blog, Backporch, yesterday. Please click on this link to see more from her post today:

Photo by Dianne Johnson
Reykjavik 2014

I'll sign off for now with some more humor and other pics I found on my Facebook page yesterday. In the first pic, I discovered that my Leprechaun name is Warty O'Knuckles. What's yours?

And my favorite of the day was this one . . .

"we're certainly not lethal at Art 'n Soul!"

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