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Making & Creating, Day 2

Today is a Japanese Stab Binding day so I can get some sewing pattern practice in.  I’m not going whole hog with hard bindings but am doing soft covers, working with a relatively heavy cover stock and Astro-Parch for the … Continue reading

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Making and Creating, Day 1

One of my goals this year is to make or create something outside of my regular work each day.  Now, I am three days behind schedule because I didn’t want to take time away from our Christmas celebration with my … Continue reading

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The Making of a Simple Christmas

A couple of days after Thanksgiving I bought a very small, fresh Christmas tree.  Within two weeks it was dry and brown, shedding needles all over the place so to the compost heap it went. What we have now are … Continue reading

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The Making of Peace Pop-Up Card

In November, I designed a kirigami card I call Peace-Pop up.  Well, I decided I wanted to make more than just a few of these cards but knew that hand cutting “more than a few” cards would be insanely time … Continue reading

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Blütenfülle means a wealth of flowers

Earlier this year I created an artist’s book, blütenfülle, for the Ideation Experience exhibit at Denver’s Abecedarian Gallery, using the Artist’s Book Ideation Cards as my launch pad. For a glimpse of blütenfülle click on the link: Blütenfülle blütenfülle is a hand-bound … Continue reading

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The Making of Winter Series 2015

There are so many inspirational things about winter, not the least of which is snow; snow falling soft and gentle or swirling madly with great intent.  These are the images I had in mind when I started working on my … Continue reading

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