Julie Fei-Fan Balzer shares her new stencils with The Crafter’s Workshop and shows lots of projects and ways to use them. She also demos how to use her face stencil and the many ways you can customize it to get your own unique face from it.
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Dyan Reavely’s Dylusions Paint by Ranger is unlike all other paint. It was engineered specifically for the needs or art journalers. As you watch the demo you will see there is nothing like it.
Dyan also shares her new book, stamps, and stencils.
See Shimelle explain the inspiration and concept behind her new collection with American Crafts, True Stories. Shimelle explains some cool things you might not otherwise realize about how you can use some of the products.
See Julie demo new Just Add Watercolor decks (paper pads) and blocks (canvas). DIY your walls with your own watercolor pieces.
See new Julie Nutting’s new Prima paper doll products and see her demo how to use the Prima watercolor pencils to blend hair and skin tones.
Finnabair (Anna Dabrowska) is a talented three-dimensional mixed media artist and has created a new line of art mediums with Prima. In this video she shows how the products work so you can use them to build layers and textures in your art projects.
If you like washi tape, you will love this introduction to DIY Decor Tape for decorating home projects. Take a look!
Chalkboard tape, tape you can color, lots of sizes, prints, and ideas. Take a look!
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Tim Holtz gives a tour of his new 2015 Idea-ology products and demos how to add color to the resign Heirloom Roses, as well as the Gumdrops and Mirrored Stars. ??
See gorgeous projects and get ideas made with: Idea-ology Flip Frame, Clip Carousel, Photo Booth, Tiny Vials, Mini Mason Jars, Foundry Frames, Trophy Cups, Salvaged Dolls, and more.
Do you have lots of photos from recent holiday events?
I took the Flexible Template from Paperclipping 181 — a design idea you can use to build single photo layouts, as well as pages with lots of photos — and I used it for two different Christmas pages.
- A two-page spread with 12 photos all the same size.
- A two-page spread with 11 photos of varying sizes.
Of course, I did it all on video so you can do it, too.
Whether you have lots of pictures that are ready to scrapbook, or just a few, you’ll be able to use the Flexible Template to get you going on your next page.
If you’re a Paperclipping Member you can watch the video now.
If you’re not, CLICK HERE to learn how you can get this tutorial right away.
Have you seen these fake trailers?
The Shining posed as a romantic comedy?
And Jaws as an uplifting Disney movie?
There’s a whole bunch of them —
*Forrest Gump as a gangster flick.
*Breaking Bad as a romantic comedy.
*Stephen King’s It as an inspiring family film.
*Mrs. Doubtfire as horror.
Yeah, it’s a thing. (You know, YouTube)…
No matter how much Jack Nickelson’s, “Here’s Johnny!” terrified you as a kid, you will still feel a stirring of love and joy with The Shining posed as a romantic comedy.
It’s mostly the music that wreaks this emotional havoc.
Music is the dressing that tells you what to feel in a movie.
In scrapbooking, the design does that.
The design sends an immediate message, so it’s very much like a movie trailer — an introduction of what’s to come, meaning the story in the journaling.
So what happens if we don’t know how design works, and the design conflicts with our story?
Then it’s kind of like those mixed up movie trailers.
I mentioned last week in an email that I ought to share a page of mine that totally contradicts what I was trying to say. I decided to go ahead and do that. I made a video tutorial on the subject and it’s in the Member’s Area now.
It’s a subject I approach in all kinds of ways throughout the 250 videos in the Paperclipping membership.
If you want to get good at this, you should check it out: