Art Along: Art Journal Page ‘Home’

Follow along as I create a page in my art journal.  This page is entitled ‘Home’ and comes from my return to Maine and discovering it truly is and has always been my home.

DIY June Insert for Jane Davenport Butterfly Book

As I was sharing on my Patreon page, June seemed to sneak up on me. I recorded this video showing how I put together my DIY June insert for my Jane Davenport Butterfly Book a week ago, edited it last Monday and set it aside thinking I’d post it on June 1st.   Oops!  At … Read more

Creating a DIY May Insert for the Jane Davenport Butterfly Book

I’m smitten with the Jane Davenport Mixed Media line. Ever since Michael’s released it in January, I haven’t been able to resist them.  At this point I have her Mermaid Markers, both watercolor sets, water brushes, two of her wonderful face stamp sets, 1 roll of her washi tape, her journaling tapes (blank and color … Read more

DIY Magical Slime Kit

The perfect slime lover’s gift for all ages.In case you’ve been hiding under a rock, slime is a big thing right now.  Although its popularity isn’t found strictly with kids, my 10 year old step-granddaughter swoons whenever she sees it.  For her 10th birthday, I decided that putting together a kit would most likely give … Read more

Supply Stash Saturday Review: The Stampin’ Up Cable Knit Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder

By The Artful Geek Girl

The Cable Knit Dynamic Textured Impressions embossing folder by Stampin’ Up will have you embracing embossing again!

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Supply Stash Saturday: Creating Craft Supplies with Cricut Explore

By The Artful Geek Girl

If you have a Cricut or die cut machine you could be creating your own craft supplies.

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Artist Trading Cards: The Three Muses Part II

By The Artful Geek Girl

Part two of the creation of the hand drawn artist trading cards, The Three Muses.

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Supply Stash Review: Precision Press by We R Memory Keepers

By The Artful Geek Girl

Supply Stash Review: WRMK Precision Press As my stash of awesome stamps grows, in large part thanks to the Simon Says Stamp Monthly Card Kits, I’ve found myself looking longingly at the MISTI stamp tool. Every time a sentiment ends up crooked or an image doesn’t stamp completely I understand why people are willing to … Read more

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