Tuesday, 13 December 2016

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!


Ho ho ho! Yes, it's that time of year again. Love it or hate, it's in your face the moment that Halloween and Bonfire Night are out of the way!

These pages began life as Gel plate prints, and how I love messing about with mono printing! 






I taught these pages for my last art journaling classes of 2016 at my regular art journal class at Art from the Heart last weekend. We had a lot of festive fun ... mince pies, biscuits, silly hats, crackers,  ..... and (thanks to Luise) ... toffee vodka! It's actually quite surprising that we got any art journaling done at all. But here are some pics showing the work in progress:



All the new classes for the next few months at Art from the Heart have been listed and are available here.


On a different note, look what just landed in my hot little hands. Julie Kirk has published her own book of 'Snipped Tales' I just love the concept of this, and couldn't wait for it to arrive. Soooo looking forward to this!


And finally, don't forget that the on-line class - Wanderlust - is still available at the early bird price. Click *here* for all the details. It's fabulous, don't miss out!


6 comments:

  1. And it was such a fabulous class kate to finish of the year. You have taught and shared so much of your wonderful inspiration with us all and a wonderful project for christmas. Thank you so much! This book looks very interesting!!!!
    Have a merry christmas to you and your family and all the best for the new year. Looking forward to lots more journal classes
    x catherine

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  2. I love using my prints as shapes of trees, stars, houses, hearts etc. too.Yours are gorgeous!

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  3. Fab images, loads of colour and very inspirational Kate !

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  4. Thank you for the mention Kate! You're spoiling me. x

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  5. envy oh yeh. It is not just your teaching that must be incredible but so many fun people in the class.Ah well... I am happy to say I signed up for Wanderlust and will just have to invent my own drink when you teach it.

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