Saturday, October 13, 2007

It's Finally Fallen Fall!

Hello Everyone! Just a quick post. Boy, does it feel like the season already. I'm already running late making my way up (finally) to my friend Nadine's. Soldering fun and playing with her pup Moxie's foofie toes!

Here's the frame I created last weekend when I was at Rubberbuggy last weekend. I demonstrated the Tim Holtz(tm) Distress Crackle Paint(tm) using Maya Road's Chipboard. Who'd a thunk that her store's name would fit perfectly with the addition of the #5 for her store's anniversary?! As you can tell, I love teaching the Bandanna technique!

Everyone have a great weekend. I'm off to NY...keep on posting your comments and I'll let ya know the winner of the stamps by Monday!

Inky Hugs,


Tamara said...

Now those letters do look very funky! Thanks for sharing :)

Wendy said...

Another example of why you earned the title of ART GODDESS!!! VERY cool CUSTOM art!!
ps...I'm off to teach a canvas class. I'll be sure to tell them about your blog, but I'll tell them NOT to visit, because you are such a tease!

Kara said...

Your work is amazing. Love it!!
I surfed over here from Donna Downey's site after seeing your work there.

Inky said...

Can we please get another foofie toes pic? Puhleeze?


Margie H said...

Love those letters!!!

Sue W. said...

The letters are great! O.K. I must have missed it...how do you do the bandana technique?????
Sue W.

Lisa said...

Wow - what a great Blog you have > lots of great things to look at Thanks for sharing. By the way -I popped in here through Rachel's - blog. Lisa :)

Kriss said...

I saw this in person yesterday -- it's even better than the pic. Beautiful work!

Ijsbeer said...

Love the colours in this. So great!

Hope you had a lovely weekend:)

Linda SS said...

Wow, this is really amazing. You are a true artist in every form of the word:)

Caroline said...

robin, you are kicking butt on the maya road chipboard!