How to: Scrap Greeting Cards

I have always loved making greeting cards. For years I made my Christmas cards. In the beginning they were hands-on using hand cut stencils, or adding paper embellishments.  I graduated to using photos. Now I want to send fabric cards, but I’ve never really been happy with the ones I made. Until now! But I…

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Studios Tour 2020

I’ve not given a tour of my studios for awhile, so I thought I’d take you on a tour of my creative spaces today, and a peek at what I’ve been working on for my next tutorial. Let’s start in the dye studio, aka garage, where most of my wet work goes on. This is…

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Changing my mind

I’m continuing to work on the postcards for the monthly Postcard Fabric Art Facebook Group. We’re now in the 70’s, and I’ve spent a lot of time changing my mind on this piece! Here is the finished one.

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ABC’s of Art Part 3

I’m continuing my ABC’s of Art. Today we start with M. M is for marbling. I was obsessed with this technique awhile back. Check out all of my posts on ths fun technique HERE. N is for Nature – printed leaves from foam stamp on ice dyed background. Here is the tutorial. O is for…

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ABC’s of Art Part 1

Last month an organization I belong to, SAQA (Studio Artist Quilt Associates), hosted a challenge on their Facebook page for members to post every day some art with the day’s letter of the alphabet. We ended the month with Z.  I thought it would be fun to do as blog posts.

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Making small art

I’ve been working on greeting cards lately. These are a bit different from the other ones I’ve shown you.

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Finishing rope coasters

Several years ago I made a whole bunch of coasters to give away at one of my women’s group Christmas party. Everyone liked them. I felt like Oprah – you get one, and you get one, and you get one!

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Postcard Fabric Art First Six

I mentioned back in January that I joined the Postcard Fabric Art group on Facebook. Every month is a new challenge. It has been interesting seeing all of the beautiful cards, and learning about the topic. Here are my first six postcards.

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