Wednesday, August 18, 2010

OK, so here's the scoop...the skinny..the "in the news"...the what you need to know..

I know you ave all been so supportive of my cloth book {thankyouverymuch}, my wall hangings and other fabric-inspired crafting I've been doing..



And, I think you may think I am the wonder-crafty-talented-lovely-artistic-seamstress-designer..but..uh..I am not.

Well, some of those things I am..or aspire to be.

But what started this trek of mine was a visit to KC Willis' website,  after I had seen what Laurie had created after taking one of her classes...

..and absolutely loving what I saw there....http://www.lipstickranch.com/



KC holds regularly scheduled classes in her darling studio in Colorado and is taking her "show on the road" as well so those who live away from beautiful Colorado can enjoy her classes as well.  Go to http://www.studioretreats.ning.com/
and read all about it..

Then I  realized I could take one of her classes ...while never leaving my home!

My art/life/creating/dreams have not been the same since.

She is now offering a brand new option to receive not only all of her classes on DVD, but enclosed in one wonderful place with a signed piece of her amazing, world renowned artwork...

Can we get a "yipee ey ay"??

  took her on-line class then got the DVD as well..http://www.collagecamp.ning.com/

She had offered "KC in a Box" (first photo above) and it's limited engagement..well..time is running out for the box..

Hurry and it will be yours with bits-n-bobs right from her own stash of supplies!

And now, you have another great option  - this adorable bag..with even more DVD's!




Go look..you'll LOVE what you see!!



-me

12 comments:

ain't for city gals said...

ohhhh....all you artsy crafty women...a glue gun is a disaster waiting to happen for me...does it just take practice?

Sweet Repose said...

I aspire to do fabric art too...but too many other projects block it's path...ARGH!!!!

A Vintage Chic said...

This is stunningly beautiful, Colleeen...love it! Off to check out her blog--thanks for sharing!

Julie

just call me jo said...

Thanks for the info. I will go there but I'm not sure I have the talent to make it look good. It looks easy and I know it isn't. How do some of you people have the nack of putting that stuff together?

Vee said...

Ahh, you're not the only one singing this gal's praises, but I heard you singing them first many months ago. Her work looks intriguing and fun and I'm sure that one learns a great deal from taking her class. It's on my bucket list.

Emmy said...

Yay!!! I must check this out! :D

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Aunt Amelia's Attic said...

YOU HAVE ANOTHER possible spam comment. At 12:07PM eastern daylight savings time.

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Aunt Amelia's Attic said...

I wanted to say, I don't do this crafty stuff... But I'm so happy that you have found a great place, concerning it.

Charmingdesigns said...

Your photos are lovely!! Do you still have my email address? I have something to send you and you email dissapeared when I changed my computer...

Just Breathe said...

She may have taught you but your creativity is inside of you. Your pieces are beautiful and you have the talent needed to make them. Thanks for all the info about taking her class.

Melinda Cornish said...

whatever or whomever.....it is working....I love your stuff and I think it is good for you too!