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This week on the Secret Blog I will be working on a sample journal that I started several years back when I was still demonstrating often in classes and at shows.It is part of my Alphabet set of journals and altered books Letter L and is going to feature Fred Mullett Stamps and A Colorful Life Designs Stencils (use maryjo10 to get a discount when you order stencils).
This journal has many base stencils from the past several years and used lots of acrylic spray paint base(which creates some issues for future artwork). So I will be explaining how to fix problems using acrylic paint in books like dealing with stickiness and how to make different media work on acrylic.
I love Chris Cozen's use of nature in her pieces so I am totally thrilled to have received this wonderful POD stencil set from Artist Ce...
This was a print I took from the stencil. (StencilGirl) I used the stencil initially with spray paint and dye spray on a piece of art and w...
So last week Tim ( http://timholtz.com/tim-holtz-products/ ) sent me a bunch of Distress Oxide pads. I was curious and wondered how they ...