Archive for the 'How-To Project Tutorials' Category

You Are a Miracle Art Journal Project Tutorial

Monday, June 16th, 2014

Ever since I was a child, I’ve kept a journal. They were one of my first creative spaces, totally private and devoid of criticism. Although I wrote down all my hopes and dreams, I also added stickers, drawings, and stamps. When I found a flower I liked, I’d press it between the pages of my […]

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Ever since I was a child, I’ve kept a journal. They were one of my first creative spaces, totally private and devoid of criticism. Although I wrote down all my hopes and dreams, I also added stickers, drawings, and stamps. When I found a flower I liked, I’d press it between the pages of my […]

Step-By-Step Grain Sack Hearts Tutorial with Guest Artist Susan Frick

Thursday, June 12th, 2014

Today on the blog, we are joined by the extraordinary Susan Frick, who has very graciously accepted our invitation to recreate one of her lovely Grain Sack Hearts for Somerset Place. Susan, who has been published in our Summer 2014 issue of Artful Blogging, as well as our Autumn 2013, and Spring 2013 issues of […]

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Today on the blog, we are joined by the extraordinary Susan Frick, who has very graciously accepted our invitation to recreate one of her lovely Grain Sack Hearts for Somerset Place. Susan, who has been published in our Summer 2014 issue of Artful Blogging, as well as our Autumn 2013, and Spring 2013 issues of […]

Working With Wire Forms

Tuesday, June 10th, 2014

Whether you’re well acquainted with wire forms or if you just happened to stumble into the breathtaking and creative world of 3-dimensional assemblage art, we would like to formally introduce our collection. A wire form offers a different type of canvas to showcase your creativity. It’s a challenge that most artists relish because it pushes […]

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Whether you’re well acquainted with wire forms or if you just happened to stumble into the breathtaking and creative world of 3-dimensional assemblage art, we would like to formally introduce our collection. A wire form offers a different type of canvas to showcase your creativity. It’s a challenge that most artists relish because it pushes […]

Stamped Summer Tea Tins Project

Thursday, June 5th, 2014

Make your kitchen bright and beautiful with this Stamped Summer Tea Tins Project! Not only are these tins incredibly functional for storing all of your favorite summer flavored teas — like pomegranate, citrus, and mint — but they’ll also look fantastic sitting on your counter. Best of all you can customize them to fit any […]

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Make your kitchen bright and beautiful with this Stamped Summer Tea Tins Project! Not only are these tins incredibly functional for storing all of your favorite summer flavored teas — like pomegranate, citrus, and mint — but they’ll also look fantastic sitting on your counter. Best of all you can customize them to fit any […]

How to Construct and Deconstruct a Cardboard Journal with Guest Artist Michelle Ward

Thursday, May 29th, 2014

We have a very special guest artist today! Please join me in welcoming to our blog the incredibly talented Michelle Ward. A gifted instructor, rubber stamp and stencil designer, and a regular contributor to our publications, Michelle has graciously agreed to give us a personal step-by-step tutorial on how to recreate the stunning Debris Journal […]

Sarah How-To Project Tutorials ,,,,,,

We have a very special guest artist today! Please join me in welcoming to our blog the incredibly talented Michelle Ward. A gifted instructor, rubber stamp and stencil designer, and a regular contributor to our publications, Michelle has graciously agreed to give us a personal step-by-step tutorial on how to recreate the stunning Debris Journal […]