Monthly Archives: February 2012

Art Journaling 102 – Digi Technique Feature: The Burn Tool

 

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by Julie Ann Shahin, Social Media Team

Welcome to our third Technique Feature of 2012! Today, we are exploring creative uses of the Burn Tool in Photoshop Elements. You can also do this in Photoshop, however I am using PSE…so for demo purposes I will talk about that program.

 

Preview of Finished Art Journal Page Featuring Burn Tool

Using the Burn Tool: Part 1

Now I have to admit, I haven’t used the burn tool often, so we are going to be learning together. I found inspiration in several online tutorials. The first one is a tutorial written by Brandy Hackman for Using the Burn Tool to Chalk Around PNG Brush Files. You can see my steps and result below.

Using the Burn Tool to Chalk Around PNG Brush Files

as Inspired by Brandy Hackman

Step 1. So the first thing you need to know is that I don’t always follow directions very well…as I am supposed to be using a PNG Brush file. I had my mind set on finding a flower in Picasa, and I liked this flower…so looking for a Brush file slipped my mind. It’s all good, as it worked out just fine as you’ll see. So Step 1 is to open your PNG file, and to drag it into place on your background paper. Then I made a duplicate of my background paper…because we are going to “chalk” on it, and I’m never comfortable using the original layer, always use a duplicate layer. (Yes, I save my .psd files at the end.)

Step 2. Cotinue to follow Brandy’s Tutorial, starting at “While holding the Ctrl key, click on the image’s layer in your Layers Palette.” You can see above how the chalked image is starting to appear.

 

Using the Burn Tool: Part 2

Now the second tutorial that I found inspiration from Melissa at Learn to Scrapbook in Photoshop Elements, and her tutorial titled “How can I use the burn and dodge tools?” She shows you how to wrap a ribbon around a frame, add shadow and highlight for a needle to go through a ribbon, and also how to ink edges using the burn tool. The last technique is what I used on this page today.

 

Using the Burn Tool to Ink Edges

Part 2, Step 1: Open a border or lace (see yellow lace above), and drag into place on your page.

 

Step 2: Use the burn tool around the edges of the scallop to “ink” it.  I burned the edges at 60 px, Midtones, 37%…you can play around to get the effect that pleases you. As I create my page, I will use this technique on the art doll, and on additional border pieces that I add. You can view this below on the final page.

 

Julie Ann

Credits: all by Tangie Baxter – AJC 12 Parcel 6, AJC 12 Parcel 7, Gesso Messy 5, Gesso Messy 3, Dream Spilling Alpha, Steampunk Lab, ATC Melodies, AJC 11 Parcel 47 with Flergs, aMUSEing Art Dolls with Rebecca McMeen, She Paperdolls, MUSEical Theatre, Junque Journal, Art Journal Paper Worn Styles, Font: Art Journaling Font Canary by Tangie

Additional Tutorials:

 

Julie Ann Shahin is a New York-based art journaler, scrapbooker, mixed media craftster who specializes in hybrid and altered art techniques. She will be blogging regularly for tangiebaxter.com on {Wednesdays – new day} and Saturdays. You may contact Julie Ann at julieann dot shahin at gmail dot com

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Highlights of Week 7

It’s the weekend and I’m so happy to have today and the next 3 weeks off work!  That’s right.  And I’ve got big plans… beginning with getting caught up on some of my AJC pages.  There are so many that I want to make.  The gals who have already been posting pages have really inspired me to get going.  I hope they inspire you too.  Take a look at the eye candy I’ve selected for you this week:

Believe in the Impossible by DancingTurtles

 

Learning to Fly by judyinsd

 

The Dulcets by Raile

 

Scream by jenevang

 

Soliloquy by DALE

 

My Bike by Karen Bowers

 

Sine On for Itinerary #4 Personal Creed & Mission Statement by Kirs10

 

Thanks for joining me for another week of highlights.  Don’t forget to check in next Sunday for more great inspiration.  Until then… I’ll see ya on the trail.

 

My Vision for 2012: Knowledge – Prompt #4

My Vision for 2012: Knowledge – Prompt #4

I get most of my information about the world

from _________________

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by Julie Ann Shahin, Social Media Team

(the news, T.V. shows, Google, Facebook, Twitter, email, message boards, etc.?)

Journal about one of these and why it is most convenient for you, and how you access it (T.V., iphone, Ipad, computer, laptop, etc.)

See below for inspiration from the Studio Tangie Design Team!

Create your page based on this prompt, upload it to your favorite gallery such as the Scrapbookgraphics.com gallery, or your blog, or photobucket.com, and then link it to this blog post so we can give you lots of praise!

About Knowledge – Prompt #4

Here’s an interesting infographic about The Tablet Revolution and the Future of News, Highlights from a Survey Report by Pew Research Center’s Project for Excellence in Journalism in Collaboration with the Economist Group, published at http://edudemic.com/2011/10/tablets-future/. They report high levels of satisfaction with the tablet:

Platform preferred for checking headlines
43% – Tablet
23% – Desktop/laptop
14% – Smartphone

Platform preferred for reading longer articles
55% – Tablet
22% – Print
20% – Desktop/laptop

Source: edudemic.com via Julie on Pinterest

 

Must Read

 

Inspiration for My Vision for 2012: Knowledge – Prompt #4

Christina aka caubin

Journaling: My iPad is my primary interface in the world of information, entertainment, education, music, travel, art, etc. It’s amazing how much I do with it. It’s never far from my side. I read on it, I interact with family and friends, I get my news on it, I read books, watch movies & TV, listen to music, play games, create, surf the web, shop and work on it. It’s a magical device.

Credits: From Tangie – Up Up and Away, Thoughts of Thee, Fan for Life, Greatest Curiosity, Je t’Adore, AJC12 Starter Kit, Splatter Graffiti Comfort Food; Other: Birgit Kerr- December Morning

 

Julie Ann

Journaling: In 2012, I am not a big newshound. We do not get any newspapers or magazines right now. I am happy to ignore the nightly news for the most part. We do set the DVR for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The colbert Report, and Piers Morgan. My husband also watches The Late Show with David Letterman however this year I have grown bored with David Letterman. We also watch Saturday Night Live together,while I DVR for myself Oprah’s Next Chapter and her show Super Soul Sunday. My husband likes Real Time with Bill Maher. As for our online resources, my husband checks yahoo news headlines, and will yell out certain headlines now and then. We both have Facebook accounts, however my husband hardly uses his, and I have cut way back on my usage of Facebook. I also have my Twitter account, and I know many people get their news via Twitter, however, I know I would not ever get anything done if I checked my Twitter several times a day. I post to my Twitter several times a week, and then quickly leave Twitter before I get sucked in. I do get a lot of information from Pinterest, pertaining to D.I.Y., fashion, scrapbooking, trends, etc. Any other information comes via email, and face conversations with friends and family. I have not yet succumbed to a smart phone, iPod, iPad, or Kindle Fire. Yet! The tempation to get an iPad is getting ever greater.

 

Credits: BY TANGIE BAXTER – AJC12 Parcel 8, Glamorazzi, Collage Fodder Stars, Splatter Graffiti Imagination, Hero of the Night Collab with Molly DeCrow, Feline Dreaming, Merry Autumn, Collage Fodder Silhouettes, Studio Remnants Portfolio; Fonts: Art Journaling Font Dormouse, Art Journaling Font TweedleDeeALT; Other: ScrapSimple Paper News by STI at Scrapgirls

 

Julie Ann Shahin is a New York-based art journaler, scrapbooker, mixed media craftster who specializes in hybrid and altered art techniques. She will be blogging regularly for tangiebaxter.com on Wednesdays and Saturdays. You may contact Julie Ann directly at julieann dot shahin at gmail dot com

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Hot off the press: Art Journaling Fonts, Gesso Messy and AJC Provisions {Parcel 08}

Happy Friday, here we are with the latest at Studio Tangie!

Lots and lots of new art journaling fonts for the font fans!

All are True Type fonts.
And on SALE right now!
Check them out:

Canary [Art Journaling Font]

Dormouse[Art Journaling Font]

Gryphon [Art Journaling Font]

Oysters [Art Journaling Font]

Queen Of Hearts [Art Journaling Font]

Gesso Messy! Episode No. 5 Page Borders

Get messy with these four 12×12 Page Borders!

And for this week’s Parcel

Art Journal Caravan 2012 {Parcel 08}
Collage Fusion #01

20 collage “fusion blenders” and 2 BONUS papers
Use these new collage pieces to create all kinds of collage montages as they fusion perfectly on any background!

Inspiration

Enjoy your weekend!

Art Journaling 102: Spotlight on Julie Prichard’s Blog!

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by Julie Ann Shahin, Social Media Team

This week we have a new exciting blog to feature: Julie Prichard!

About Julie Prichard via her Facebook Page: “I was born and raised in San Diego, a city that plays an important roll in the intriguing multicultural and multifaceted larger art colony called Southern California.

While other kids were forced to sit idly as their mothers systematically searched hordes of wallpaper samples in hellishly large books my mom towed me to art stores to explore a myriad of wondrous art supplies. But it wasn’t until high school that my creative urge was truly awakened by an inspiring photography teacher. Receiving a few local awards prompted me to seek a profession that was equally creative and fulfilling. I obtained a degree from the Gemology Institute of America that not only included the grading of gemstones but gave me an appreciation of the natural beauty of gems and their artful transformation into pieces of jewelry.

My professional time as a gemologist came to an end with the birth of my daughter, an event that saw the beginning of my career as an artist.

I have one non-negotiable prerequisite and that is the ongoing examination of my own motives in the creative process yielding art that is both original and personal.

My daughter and I? Well, we now go exploring the isles of artist supplies together as I once did many years ago with my mom.”

Links:

 

We Love

We love this page by Julie Pritchard at her blog post Whirldwind.Summer.

Be Inspired:

Create an art journal page inspired by the title Yesterday/Today as seen on Julie’s page above. Bonus: Relate it to the theme of the month (i.e. My Vision for 2012 – February: Knowledge).

Upload the page to your blog, photobucket.com, or favorite gallery and link it to this blog post so we can give you lots of praise!

 

Inspiration from the Studio Tangie Creative Team: Yesterday/Today

Heather aka sparklyduck75

Heather: I used to be so sure of everything in my teens and early 20s, and now the thing I’m most certain of is that I really don’t know much at all. I like it better this way. I love the Hemingway quote, “How little we know of what there is to know.”

Credits: BY TANGIE BAXTER, products from: At the Ballet; Arsenic and Old Lace; Aviary Dreaming; Dia de los Muertos 3; Queen of Cakes; Oh What Rapture; She Found Her Bliss; What I Love to Do; and AJC 2011 Parcel 20. OTHER: Black velvet border from Elegance by Moo’s Scraps. FONTS: Tweedledee Alternate; Monika.

 

Valentina aka zotova

Journaling: Time is a relative concept. Each person puts in the individual maintenance.
For me “yesterday” is my work and my house. “Today” is photoshop, digiscrap, new friends, forums, English language, Internet, my blog, camera, photographing… The establishment of my border between “yesterday” and “today” has occurred in 2006-2007…

Credits: Dream Spilling By Tangie, Fashion Bee {Ultimate Art Doll Collab} W/ BONUS! Assembled Dolls By Tangie, Fonts: Art Journal Caravan 2011 Provisions {Parcel 08} Apprentice Art Box Edition By Tangie, Dodo [Art Journaling Font] By Tangie, Bread & Butterfly [Art Journaling Font] By Tangie

 

Julie Ann

Poem by Emily Dickinson:

Yesterday is History,
‘Tis so far away
Yesterday is Poetry
‘Tis Philosophy

Yesterday is mystery
Where it is Today
While we shrewdly speculate
Flutter both away

I found this poem by Emily Dickinson that deals with the subject of Yesterday and Today. I believe the last two lines “While we shrewdly speculate/Flutter both away” is the lesson to be learnt that life is meant to be lived in the moment, also known as “Carpe Diem!”  I translated this into my page with the colors and word art that I selected. This is an all digi page that I wanted to make it look as if it were hybrid.

Credits: BY STUDIO TANGIE: AJC Parcel 5, AJC Parcel 9, AJC Parcel 20, AJC 2011 Expedition, Deconstructed No. 2, Deconstructed No. 3, Enchanted Art Box with SherrieJD,  Graffiti Papers, Cartography Set 9 Sea Papers, ARTist Sheet #868, Je T’adore with Rebecca McMeen, Gypsy Call 2, Perennial Paperie, Curious Adventures  Curious Elements Lot #79c, Haute Soiree, Ink Incorporated, Arsenic and Old Lace Word Art, Steampunk Bandwagon Word Art (altered), Studio Box Workshop #1 Word Art, AJC 11 Parcel 30 (gesso), Splatter Graffiti Breathe. OTHER: Poetry – More Dirty Words by CrowAbout StudioB, Yesterday/History/Today – Date Words by Audrey Neal

 

Julie Ann Shahin is a New York-based art journaler, scrapbooker, mixed media craftster who specializes in hybrid and altered art techniques. She will be blogging regularly for tangiebaxter.com on Wednesdays and Saturdays. You may contact Julie Ann directly at julieann dot shahin at gmail dot com

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Highlights of Week 6

I’m so excited to bring you a new collection of highlights from the Art Journal Caravan.  There is so much going on in the forums and gallery, I’m simply blown away!  I’m very fortunate to be a part of this journey with these amazingly talented girls and cherish the opportunity to be able to show off a few of the pages that they post.  I hope you’ll take a moment to go over to the Art Journal Caravan Gallery and take a look at all the inspiration there and maybe even leave a few words of encouragement for the girls.

Ready to see some art?

Release by AnnyLaurie
I love the soft shades of pink and the dancing silhouette, I think it’s a perfect representation of the artist’s word for the year.

 

Color – Red, Orange, Yellow by danadew
It always makes me happy to see new artists trying their hand at art journaling and I think this one is fantastic!

 

Enigma by mimisgirl
Isn’t this bright colorful page fun?  I like all the depth and the pretty colors.  I’ll bet the artist is more than an enigma to many of us…

 

My Brain Adrift by enelya
This page takes my breath away.  There is so much depth here and I can feel the artist’s emotion coming out on the page.

 

Week 6 #1: Not Today by rabbit
I’m in awe of all the journaling on this page.  The artist was very expressive of her emotions through her words and through the very powerful imagery she used.

 

From Soldier to Retirement by 2curlyheadedmonsters
I chose this page because I have a deep admiration for our troops and the families they’ve cultivated.  I wanted to give a nod to this wife (and artist) and wish her family the best in their new journey.

 

Decision from dark to light by rarou47
I thought this page was very well done and I loved the idea of the map key at the bottom.

 

Thanks for joining me for another week of highlights.  Don’t forget to check in next Sunday for more great inspiration.  Until then… I’ll see ya on the trail.

 

My Vision for 2012: Knowledge Prompt #3

My Vision for 2012: Knowledge – Prompt #3

How would you like to increase your knowledge in 2012? Journal your goal(s).

See below for inspiration from the Studio Tangie Design Team!

Create your page based on this prompt, upload it to your favorite gallery such as the Scrapbookgraphics.com gallery, or your blog, or photobucket.com, and then link it to this blog post so we can give you lots of praise!

About Knowledge – Prompt #3

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by Julie Ann Shahin, Social Media Team

When I introduced the theme of Knowledge for February here, I offered various reasons for continued learning as adults. I also asked, “What is your vision for increasing your knowledge in 2012?” Now is your time to answer that question after we’ve had a few weeks to warm up with Prompt #1 Reading List, and Prompt #2 Book Smarts vs. Street Smarts.

If you are stumped with where to start answering such a broad question, you might try the online,  interactive Personal Mission Statement writing tool at Franklin Covey which helps you define what you want to stop procrastinating on, what you want to incorporate into your life, and most importantly how you will constantly renew yourself. For instance, from my own Mission Statement:

I will constantly renew myself by focusing on four dimensions of my life:

  • exercise
  • prayer
  • reading
  • friends

I’ve already created my page for this prompt, or else I would then journal about these four dimensions, and create a page based on how important these items are to me, and how I want to increase my knowledge of exercise (such as Yoga), my knowledge of prayer ( and spirituality), my knowledge of reading (I’ve decided to read more this year), and my knowledge about friendship.

You are probably thinking, “Yeah, yeah, but when am I going to find the time for actually fitting all this new knowledge learning into my schedule?”

You are going to love this! I’ve done the legwork on How to Make An Action Plan, and How to Prioritize Your Time. Just read on.

Make An Action Plan

Source: wellsphere.com via Julie on Pinterest

 

Action Plan Graphic by Action Planning by Bronwyn T. Occupational Therapist

Studies have shown that people that write their goal along with a written action plan have a 51% chance to achieve it. Compared to those that do not write their goals, they have a 43% chance of achievement.

You’ve created your mission statement from Franklin Covey (link above), and defined your goals for increased knowledge. Now, you have to map out what must go right in order for you to meet your goal(s). Another critical step is to set a due date. I always seem to achieve a project finished when I am assigned a due date, so this is a step that makes a lot of sense although one might be tempted to skip assigning a due date. I highly suggest setting a reasonable due date.

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Prioritize Your Time to Achieve Your Knowledge Goals

 

Inspiration for Knowledge – Prompt #3

Valentina aka zotova

Credits:
Kits: Layla In La La Land {Collab Tangie Baxter and Rebecca McMeen}, Hand Cut Collage Fodder: Hearts by Tangie, Dance Like Everyone Is Watching By Tangie, Silhouette {Collab W/ DeCrow Designs} By Tangie, Splatter Graffiti [Borders] Happenstance By Tangie, Splatter Graffiti [Borders] Pause By Tangie, Up, Up & Away By Tangie, {The Spark Project} Arsenic And Old Lace The Kit By Tangie, Fonts:  Dinah [Art Journaling Font] By Tangie, Art Journal Caravan 2011 Provisions {Parcel 18} Apprentice Art Box Edition By Tangie, March Hare [Art Journaling Font] By Tangie

 

Jo Ann aka Spun Monkey

Credits: Tangie Baxter – Flora Finery collab with Sherrie JD, Shadow Box Workshop Buildable Art Journal, Art Journaling Font Tweedledumb, Queen of Cakes collab with Holliewood Studio, Journal Anthology 7, Ultimate Art Doll collab with Sherrie JD, This Little Piggy, Being Me, Virtuosity

 

Julie Ann

Credits: all by Tangie – The Spark 2 Project Greatest Curiosity Complete Bundle, Art Journal Caravan 2011 Dot Dot Dot, Art Stomp Collab with Roben-Smith, Glittershapes – Large, What Rapture, Penned Bundle – Prose, Art Journal Caravan 2011 Parcel 26; Font: Art Journaling Font March Hare; Paperworn Journal Style

 

Julie Ann Shahin is a New York-based art journaler, scrapbooker, mixed media craftster who specializes in hybrid and altered art techniques. She will be blogging regularly for tangiebaxter.com on Wednesdays and Saturdays. You may contact Julie Ann directly at julieann dot shahin at gmail dot com

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Hot off the press: Spark Project – Greatest Curiosity, Steampunk Je T’adore and AJC Provisions {Parcel 07}

It’s Friday!

Lots and lots of awesome goodies at Studio Tangie!

What happens when three designers have the same SPARK of inspiration?
Studio Rosey Posey, Studio Flergs and Studio Tangie proudly bring you THE SPARK PROJECT
With one palette and one “SPARK”, in this project each designer had to include A WINDOW!

{The Spark Project} The Greatest Curiosity

The Kit

Tangie’s inspiration for this Spark Project came straight from her dream world.
A place of imagination, a never-ending light show of color & glitter, light & happiness.
Sometimes I wish I could curl up in a meadow there, with a good book,
and my art supplies and stay for days on end without a care in the world.
A place to simply marvel at life’s little curiosities.

BONUS
With the purchase of a kit or collection from any of the designers you get
a FREE BONUS SPARK add on from ALL THREE designers!

Now see this dream world for yourself.

Want to ‘gesso it up’?

{The Spark Project} The Greatest Curiosity

Gesso Messy

Included are 4 Gesso Cluster Splatters

Add some extra colorful accents.

{The Spark Project} The Greatest Curiosity

Splatter Graffiti

Included are 4 Splatter Graffiti

Get it all together, and more in the bundle:

{The Spark Project} The Greatest Curiosity

The ENTIRE COLLECTION

The Bundle Contains:
The Kit
The Gesso Messy
The Splatter Graffiti

and EXCLUSIVE  TO THE BUNDLE
The Word Art

Ready for some inspirational pages?

And if you haven’t seen it yet,
for Valentine’s Day, Tangie and Rebecca had another Steampunk installment out!

Steampunk Je T’adore Collab

with Studio Rebecca

Have your heart turn gears, and start pumping into excitement
as you inspect all that comes in this kit!
Discover new friends like, Tallie & Hogh!
Adore the vintage delights, fine metalwork, take a spin in the love mobile and so much more!
You will just HEART IT!

Showing you just a FEW of the items that are included,
please check the product in the store for ALL details!

And some inspiration

Now for this week’s Parcel

Art Journal Caravan 2012 {Parcel 07}

Mixed-media #001

23 fantabulous mixed-media parts!
Create a messy “full page” collage or use in any way your creativity strikes!

Have a very creative weekend!

Till next time,

Spark Project #2! Coming Soon!

“I Don’t Have Anything to Journal About” Myth-Buster Prompt #3

Welcome to our I Don’t Have Anything to Journal About” Myth-Buster Prompt #3!

If you could bring one character to life from your favorite book, who would it be?

Journal your thoughts and upload your page to your blog or favorite gallery. Link it up in the comments of this blog post.

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by Julie Ann Shahin, Social Media Team

Since my favorite book from adulthood is autobiographical, I thought it would be fun to use the favorite book(s) from my childhood for this prompt: the Anne of Green Gable series. If you aren’t familiar with this book, it’s about the life of Anne Shirley. You meet her after Marilla Cuthbert convinces her brother, whom she lives with, to adopt a young boy to help with their farm. She is surprised when her brother, Matthew, arrives home by carriage from the train station with a young girl, Anne. The orphanage made a mistake. They are about to send Anne back, and after Anne’s pleading, Marilla changes her mind and keeps Anne.

Anne has quite the imagination, very dramatic, very talkative. She entertains Matthew while  she gets on Marilla’s nerves. The book follows her trials and adventures in Avonlea.  The author, Lucy Laud Montgomery, had found a photograph of model Evelyn Nesbit in New York’s Metropolitan Magazine which she used as inspiration for Anne.


Inspiration for Myth-Buster Prompt #3

Christina

Myth-Buster Prompt #3 by Christina

Journaling reads:
I hate questions like this! It’s like being asked to pick your favourite child! Who would I choose? How could I choose? It would all depend on the current day and circumstances and mood. For how long? Will they be alive forever or is this just one of those ‘who would you want to have dinner with’ deals? A fictional person. Hmmm. Well The Lord of The Rings is probably my favourite book but again, choosing a favourite book is impossible too. I can’t do just one! If it was Lord Of The Rings would I pick Gandalf, or Aragorn or Legolas? But I also love Evening Class by Maeve Binchy. No one in there I’d want to bring to life though. Stephanie Plum? No. She’d blow up my car. Eve Dallas? Roark? Couldn’t have one without the other though. Thomas Linley? Too angsty. Jo March? Love her but a bit of a prig. Dumbledore? Not much use to me unless he can turn a muggle into a wizard. Jed Tewksbury…hmm. Definite possibility there. Brilliant, a little bit angsty but not too much. Lassie? There’s a thought, the world’s most perfect dog. James Bond? No. Emma? She’d probably be fin to have around for a while. Anne from Anne of Green Gables? She was fun as a little girl but a bit of a goody goody when she grew up. I don’t know. I’ve read thousands of books. How could I choose? Lord Peter Whimsey? He would be awesome.
Oh, how about Jeeves? Hmmm. If he would work for me that could be perfect.

 

Credits: All by Tangie- Journal Anthology, My Fairy Friends, Arsenic and Old Lace, Splatter Graffiti Mystic.

 

Julie Ann

 

Myth-Buster Prompt #3 by Julie Ann Shahin

Credits: all by Tangie – Steampunk Je t’adore, Dream Spilling, Up Up Away, Mehndi Collab with SherrieJD, Impossible Things, Thankful Heart Collab with SherrieJD, Creative Felicity with JKneipp, Awaiting Dawn, Arsenic and Old Lace; Other: Photocollage – norika21 on flickr (http://www.flickr.com/photos/59249813@N06/5433265919/), Photo of Evelyn Nesbit from google images creative commons

 

 

Julie Ann Shahin is a New York-based art journaler, scrapbooker, mixed media craftster who specializes in hybrid and altered art techniques. She will be blogging regularly for tangiebaxter.com on Wednesdays and Saturdays. You may contact Julie Ann directly at julieann dot shahin at gmail dot com

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