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I like things that sparkle and shine. Magnets are no exception. This is something I’ve been creating lately- magnets using recycled magazine pictures. What do you think? Advertisements
Snow and Graham are a design studio based out of Chicago. This is a card from their 2011 line. Someone special will be receiving this delightful card. Guess who?!
My friend Carey got married at the end of September. It was wonderful seeing him get married because we go way back (eleven years way back). This wedding was really small and personal. To keep things personal, a lot of … Continue reading
To mark a connection between art and literature I read Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes to my 5th grade classes. We discussed the role of this little girl and her influence. The role of art, specifically Origami, to this … Continue reading
An easy and beautiful journal idea. This comes via The Usbourne Complete Book of Art Ideas. What you need: mod podge or some sort of glue, small brush, tissue paper, scissors, paper for pasting on, and a fine tip black … Continue reading