The weather has finally started its cool down here in St. Louis. It has me dreaming of fall leaves, cool evenings, long sleeves, and boots. When I think of fall colors I think of warm oranges and rich browns and textures like frost and tiny drops of dew on leaves. Those colors and textures inspired my tag in this week’s tutorial.
Happy, happy Saturday! I always love the way Distress Ink colors blend together. Sometimes I love the blended ink so much that I think maybe I should just stop right there! Of course I never do, I gotta go further! If you are looking for a great color combination for your next inky background, I hope you will give this one a try! [Read more…]
Happy, happy Saturday! I always love the way Distress Ink colors blend together. There are times I love the blended ink so much that I think maybe I should just stop right there! Of course I never do, I gotta go further! As promised, here is another addition to the collection of Beautiful Blends! [Read more…]
I love creating with fabric. When I can mix in inks and paints and some of my favorite “paper” techniques on fabric I am a happy girl! I am excited to share a peek at the new Fabric Elements collection by fabric art collage artist Rebekah Meier. If you haven’t discovered Rebekah’s art yet, I encourage you to check out her blog and discover some of the amazing things she creates with fabric!
Be sure to read all the way to the bottom of the post to learn about the Fabric Elements Challenge. There is an amazing grand prize pack and more!
Last week I shared a tag with you (Shattered Art Tag) that I created trying to capture the essence of a piece of artwork that I loved. As part of creating that tag, I slipped a second inked tag to take advantage of some otherwise wasted ink. I thought it would be fun to show you how I finished out that tag and to show you a second tag with a different meaning using the same stencil.