Tuesday, March 3, 2015

On today's Magenta blog, Josee Gingras shows how she made journal page art using Magenta stamps, Pan Pastels, some embossing and a mask.

by Josee Gingras, Design Team Magenta
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Dianne posted a faux dry embossing technique in last week's weekly email from Art 'n Soul and on her blog. A very easy way to make a very beautiful and elegant card.

by Dianne Johnson
Click on this link to Dianne's blog for the how-to:

On the Penny Black blog, they're featuring the color 'green.' Peet Roeven has made a pretty card combining the color yellow with the green. A perfect card for the pre-spring season.

by Peet Roeven for Penny Black
Click on this link to the Penny Black blog posting from Peet:

John Petersen has another technique video on the IMAGINE Crafts' blog. This time it focuses on collage and their Creative Medium product on one of their hand-cut Monterey Pine pieces.

Click on this link for John's video tutorial from IMAGINE Crafts:

Here's a cute Easter card from the PoppyStamps blog.

by Ilona Zbieg for PoppyStamps
Here is the link to her how-to:

From the Inchie Arts' blog, Lisa Lee has made a pen/pencil holder using the 3-inch black Art Squares.

by Lisa Lee, Inchie Arts
Click on this link for her tutorial:

From the ClothPaperScissors blog, they show Barbara Harmer's Chigiri-e, a Japanese form of paper art. She has used torn washi papers to collage with. There is a step-by-step instruction in the March/April issue of Cloth Paper Scissors, which I will be running out to purchase immediately because I find this very intriguing.

by Barbara Harmer

by Barbara Harmer
Click on this link to the CPS blog posting:

If you cannot wait to purchase the actual magazine and you love enjoying your magazines online, you can go to this link to purchase this issue:

That's all I have for tonight. Tomorrow (Wednesday) is the last day to bring in your items for this weekend's Recycled Rubber sale at Art 'n Soul. Please make sure your items are identified properly; stop in or call us at 360.357.6820 to make sure you follow the guidelines before bringing your items in if you haven't participated before.

I've been slowly making my rounds through the piles and stashes in my studio; it's amazing what I'm finding and/or re-discovering!

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