Friday, November 16, 2012

Take a Class at The Art Studio for $5




For one week only, you’ll get the deal of a lifetime. You can take as many classes at The Art Studio @ SNR as you like for only $5 each.

Class content may include PDFs, videos, slides, templates, sketches and/or cutting files, depending on how the instructor has set up their classroom. You’ll also have full access to the instructor, either via a private group or e-mail. This also depends on how the instructor has set up their classroom. Full details are listed in each class description, so you’ll know what you can expect when taking the class.

You can purchase each class at the $5 price between November 17, 2012 and November 23, 2012. Please note that you’ll only have access to class content for one month rather than lifetime access as you would with the regular class fee. At the end of the month, if you want to, you can renew the class at a deeply discounted price. If you purchase the renewal, your access to class content and materials will never expire.

There are no promo codes to enter. Please note that there are a few classes that aren’t eligible for the $5 price and they will be clearly marked.

So make it an awesome week and come play at The Art Studio @ SNR!



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Sunday, November 11, 2012

Mixed Media Canvas

Hi there,

I made this Mixed Media Canvas today while trying to prep for another project. I really like how it turned out. I used some of those fun papers by Christy Tomlinson, big brush markers, stencils, paint, molding paste and much more. This is a great piece for my craft room...:)


Celebrate Blessings by Karen Jiles Supplies Patterned Paper: Pink Paislee; Rubons: Close to my Heart; Ink: Ranger; Paint: Making Memories; Markers: Copic, Faber Castell; Gesso, Molding Paste, Gel Medium: Golden; Stencils: Crafters Workshop; Die: Sizzix; Other: Canvas

I really enjoyed this one...Hope you do too.

Hugs, Karen
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Location:My Stampin Palace

Friday, November 9, 2012

SNR Magazine Sneak Peek Weekend



We’re blowing open the doors for a good cause! We want everyone to know what an awesome magazine Scrapbook News and Review Magazine is and the best way to do it is to show you.



For one weekend only, you can have unrestricted access to Scrapbook News and Review Magazine and there are two issues available for you to enjoy.

Check out how big it is. There are literally hundreds of layouts, cards, mixed media and altered art projects as well as scrapbook and card sketches, product reviews, Featured Artist and Digital Designer Spotlights...and oh gosh, too much to list.

Head on over and see for yourself. Keep in mind that this double issue doesn’t have any public submissions. This means that all content was created by our talented staffers. The reason? Because we want you to see how much you get when it’s just us. Can you imagine how large an issue is when we have other paper crafters joining in on the fun???

So, how does it work? Three easy steps.



VisitScrapbook News Magazine

Login or register for an account.

Go to Subscribe on the top menu.

Click on One Time Only, click on subscribe and you’re in!


The next issue will be available on November 25, 2012 and a mini holiday issue will be available on December 11, 2012. Don’t miss them – get a subscription today while the sales are hot!!!


IN ORDER TO SEE THE MAGAZINE, YOU MUST USE PROMO CODE FREESNR12.

Monday, November 5, 2012

Vintage Love Card...

Hi there,
Over the next few weeks I will be sharing some of my work that I have been creating for Scrapbook News and Review Magazine. If you have not subscribed to the magazine you are really missing out on some wonderful artwork and great techniques.
I will start with a card I absolutely love. I used some of my all time fav's to create this...Prima flowers, charm, and butterfly. The birdcage is by Sizzix. The cut of the card was created with a Spellbinder's die. I used the airbrush tool with my copics as well as vintage photo ink to create the 2 tone effect.


I loved creating this. The card has such a romantic and vintage feel. I hope that you enjoy it as well.
Hugs,
Karen
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Location:My Stampin Palace