This is my last post as a team member for ArtistCellar and I’m so appreciative to Lisa for the incredible opportunity she has given me. I’ve been part of a team that had some very talented ladies and I learned from each one of them!
Easter is just around the corner and Spring crafts are so popular right now. This week I decided to create some Easter inspired ATC cards with paints, stencils, scrapbook paper and even some washi tape.
Today I’m continuing to practice my girl art in my art journal. When I altered the Little Women book I took out many pages to use later and they came in very handy for this piece. One piece in particular I wanted to highlight because I felt like this girl would be saying this.
Hi friends! Today I’m sharing with you some Mardi Gras inspired tags. I thought I should change it up a little bit from all the hearts and Valentine’s art. This year Fat Tuesday falls on February 17th, and if you’ve ever been to New Orleans during Mardi Gras, you know how colorful it can be. I tried to capture those colors in these tags that can be used for presents, book markers or simply collecting.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, are you ready? I love getting cards or presents that are handmade and thoughtful. I remember when my children were small and they would make Valentine’s cards at school. They were more precious to me than any Hallmark card. I’ve created for you this week a card that hopefully will have that handmade and thoughtful feel.
This time of year it seems like there’s always something new to start; New diet or workouts, new goals, new semesters. But, for me I’m starting a new art journal that I just altered from an old book.
Artist trading cards are one of my favorite art pieces to work on. You can fit so much onto a little 2 1/2″ x 3 1/2″ space. Recently, I found a free printable of fairy girls that have a wonderful vintage look to them. So, I created some ATC’s around them and also gave it a Valentine love theme.