Friday, February 27, 2009

Paper Cowgirl 2009

Well, the time has come for Texas' Paper Cowgirl 2009! Check out the Paper Cowgirl Blog hosted by my friends Tina and Cindy. The event is from June 26th to the 27th. There will be tons of shopping, classes, and more shopping! Registration starts March 1st!I am honored to be teaching a Fabric Vintage Findings Corsage workshop on that Saturday the 27th, from 1:30- 4:30 . I will be demonstrating how to alter a fabric flower and make it into a one-of-a-kind creation!

Here are some samples I've made. We'll be working with rich fabrics, pearls, trims, ribbons, velvets, lots of vintage bling, and more! The corsages can be worn...
Or even attached to a pillow or purse!

Each corsage will be "your own" design. You will want to go home and make tons of these for family and friends! I just made one for the guest of honor at baby shower, and another for my Aunt on her birthday.
All supplies are included in the price of my class. Don't forget to visit the Paper Cowgirl blog on
March 1st! I can't wait to meet my blogger art friends!

Saturday, February 21, 2009

Somerset Digital Studio

Hurray for the newest Somerset Digital Studio 2009! I wish this was a monthly magazine. It's my very favorite digital publication.
The issue is full of incredible ideas and tutorials. To be included with the most amazing artists is such an honor.
Here are my pages...

Speaking of digi....I have a new banner on my blog! The funniest thing is that I did it in the car while my hubby was driving. There's nothing like laptop art!

Saturday, February 7, 2009

Fantastic February

OOH...FUN Valentine swap with two good friends...
Lilia sent me these them!!
Lori sent me these lovelies! Fabulous!
I am so happy with my goodies! I already have everything on display. Thank you so much!
Here is a little preview of a round robin I am working on with some friends using canvas paper.

Now for a digital moment...
I am working on my son's Senior Album. Here are a few of the many digi layouts I made of his mascot experience this year. I used some of my favorite Christina Renee digital elements.