Wednesday, October 23, 2013

ARTastic Guest DT and DT call

Hi Ladies!

Would you like to be part of the team at ARTastic for 2014....YES!! 
Well this is your chance to apply.
Please see all the details here.


Thursday, October 17, 2013

Dream Catcher fun at 'The Scrapbooking Hut'

Hi Ladies!

Come join in the fun at 'The Scrapbooking Hut' this Oct/Nov. 

Welcome to the first challenge from our all new Design Team....and yes! .....I have the privilege of being the first hostess!
Woohoo!!! :)
My challenge is to add a Dream Catcher to your page....
it can big or small. You can make it from anything you like.

Dreamcatchers are getting more and more popular in the scrapbooking world, Glitz Design already incorporated them in their new Wild & Free collection. So - why not create your own one?!
Dreamcatchers are ment to change a person´s dreams, to keep the bad dreams away and let the positive ones come through.
I do not only love the meaning of dreamcatchers, but also the way they look. I love the feathers and leaves hanging down.

This is a page I did recently with a small dream catcher attached to the left hand side of the page. Made from metal,chain and skeleton leaves.

Here is my example page

and a close up!

The Creative Team have done a wonderful job of the challenge, so if you would like to join in and get some fabulous inspiration...the challenge can be found here.

Come and have some fun!


OCTOBER on ARTastic...

Please join us this month at ARTastic

Oh my goodness it's October already.  Come on fess up ... who's already bought Christmas presents !!

This month we feature Salvation by Mia Taninaka.

Criteria - Wood and/or feathers (real or otherwise)
A little about Mia TaninakaThe little girl who once painted a forest all over her bedroom walls has grown up to be a wizard of fine line and expansive colour. Sydney born, Mia now lives and creates in the calm and elemental Bali. Painting predominantly with acrylics, watercolour and ink, Mia currently exhibits throughout Australia and Asia, always looking to expand her horizons. She likes to draw and paint on found wooden objects and panels, creating stunning colourful imaginative works inspired by her Japanese heritage and Australian roots.
Here is my example page..
I used a wooden camera and wooden person on my layout.
 We would love you to join in!