September 03, 2012
A quick round up of all the artsy things that I think are super awesome and you might too!
I absolutely adore these funky fabric beads from Alma Stoller. Click through the link to see her awesome video tutorial how-to!
Looking for some inspiration? Visit the Random Art Prompt Generator and choose the number of prompts you want, simple or elaborate and hit the generate button. Awesome-ness ensues!
Alisa Burke shares some answers to frequently asked questions about her sketching process in a wonderfully generous post on her blog. Definitely awesome!
Amy Tan has an awesome solution for taking several rolls of washi tape with you, without taking the rolls! I love solutions like this one that are so simple and yet so totally genius.
Get Started With Art Journaling for $10
A super cool post from Nicole Seitler on the simple supplies you need to get started art journaling. Getting started with art journaling = awesome! You have no excuses left. It's time to start an art journal!
If I may be so bold as to call myself awesome, check out this video of me and Christine Urias (of Scrap Time) making the artful canvas necklaces from this DIY post. It's a long video, but there's plenty of fun patter and good information.
I read this DIY on Design Sponge and immediately made my own! It's both a beautiful and practical idea with a bit of artistic flair! I think you'll agree that that is a super awesome combination!
And finally, an **awesome** giveaway!
May Flaum is teaching a new class at Big Picture Classes, called Kit-tastic.
From the Big Picture website: "Does it take you WAY too long to decide which supplies to use on a layout? Would you like to learn a solution to this and a way to dive in and get creating fantastic projects?
Whether you have packaged kits that you’ve never even opened or an overflowing paper tote, want to learn how to create your own kits so that you can be more efficient packing for crops or are just looking for some scrapbooking inspiration, this is the class for you.
In Kit-tastic, May Flaum will lead you through four weeks of ideas, inspiration, scrapbook layouts and cards. She will show you how to bring your supplies together to make kits – and get the most from your creative time."
If you would like to win a spot in Kit-tastic, leave a comment in the comments section of this blog answering the following question:
What is something a teacher can do above and beyond the norm to make an online class awesome for you?
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