To assemble the house, put one cube together but leave the top open. Then slide in the 2nd roof piece to form the roof, pushing it agains the side so that one square sticks out and forms the roof. It is so hard to put this into words, but I promise when you are holding them in your hands it makes sense…lol
When assembling my muse’s house I left it open on the sides for a very important reason. I wanted to be able to slip notes of gratitude in there in appreciation of all that my muse does for me. My life is so much more complete when I am creating, playing with color, and exploring thanks to my muse!
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Starting in my art journal can be the hardest part for me. Why? Because that is when I tend to over think and trap myself in my head. When I am in my head, I get stuck. How do I get unstuck when art journaling? Challenges. There are rules, guidelines, and most importantly for me, a place to start.
This month Art Journal Journey has a Frida challenge. By joining this challenge, the rules gave me a place to start.
It had to be related to Frida.
It had to be an art journal (which makes sense for an Art Journal Journey challenge.)
It had to be larger than approx . 4″ by 6″
Of course, there’s an Oops in the video. I had paint that was just too runny and watery…
All over Facebook friends are posting photos of their kids going to their first day of school. As I saw those cute kids with new clothes, backpacks full of school supplies, and smiling faces I realized I’m one of them!
I had stacks of kits for 2 workshops with crates of colorful supplies to be used in class. I even had a new shirt I stenciled myself! And yes, there will be blog post in it in the near future…
I was going to teach class at Stampaway in Cincinnati!
What a fabulous group of ladies I was blessed to have in class. These great groups of ladies jumped in and embraced paint and play!
The Stenciling Workshop
Gelli Printing with Rubber Stamps Workshop
My next in-person workshop is Meet the Crazies where we’ll be playing with stencils and unleashing some crazy characters! You can find all the details here. Would love to see you there!
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