Crafts that is - I've used some of their Art Stamps in the projects for next week's class at The Craft Barn.
The Infusions powders from PaperArtsy are just fantastic - we're going to make a selection of art pieces as well as having a play.
Here are a couple of them - I'll post more tomorrow:
Places are now limited so if you want to join in you need to book now.
Sorry, completely forgot to coordinate my PaperArtsy blog post. The theme was Gelli Plates which was interesting for me as although I've got one it's been sitting in the back of the cupboard doing nothing. I've never seen the point of working on a Gelli when you can work directly on card or canvas!
In the end I used inks and the fact that you can reverse your images. The best thing about this was the lovely Ocean stamp set from the Cat's Meow range.
Here's a peek:
Head on over to the PA Blog over the next two weeks to get more ideas.
Thanks for looking!
PS Since making my project I've seen a really good tutorial using packing tape on the Gelli - now that looked interesting.
Having a lovely play day with all of the above this Saturday at The Craft Barn.
In the morning we'll be trying out all the moulds and stamping into clay and using embossing folders and then in the afternoon you can use what you've made to decorate a lovely watercolour sketchbook:
So if you fancy having a go, just follow the link at the top.
As I've been talking about Infusions all week, I just thought I'd show you a piece of art that I made using them:
This uses the Infusions on Yupo paper which produces a softer effect than on matte card because it's not porous. I've stencilled and stamped (Everything Art plate 01), blotting as I went. The flowers are die cut out of 'Infusion-ed' vellum, with touches of White Fire Treasure Gold added.
I'm going to be doing a class with Infusions on May 18th at The Craft Barn, so if you want to come and play just contact them. You'll be able to try out all the colours (I've only used three of them as at the mo that's all I've got!) and lots of techniques.