Wednesday, May 02, 2007
Only 2 days until I leave for Art and Soul in Hampton, Virginia. Everything is packed and ready to go except my luggage. Do you think that I might need some luggage for the weekend? It’s always a challenge to see what fits into our Toyota Matrix. Maybe the luggage might just have to stay here in Saluda. Jen and I have been busy since the Charlotte Quilt Show getting all the boxes packed and we “think” we are all set. On Thursday we will try it out to see just what fits and. . . what doesn’t. The saga of packing the car to be continued…
Cheryl Prater’s blog is all about her new line of rubber stamps that she is developing. You might want to go there and tell her what you think. These will be sold exclusively through Random Arts & by the way, all of you who are attending Michael DeMeng’s Head Sea Scroll workshop will get to meet this wild and crazy gal Cheryl Prater then. Cheryl is featured again in the newest Cloth Paper Scissors issue #12 and will be here to teach the Modular Mini Collage (page66) using the wholey paper, Bazzill Chips and other goodies on Sept 22nd . This journey for Cheryl all began with her commitment to do a 1.5" square piece of art each and every day beginning in 2007. As it evolved, her small daily projects became the building blocks for larger pieces. All of this and more can be seen in May/June issue of Cloth Paper Scissors which is now available at our shop.
And the very first WINNER of our giveaway for April's comment is. . . . . . .
e.beck. I am not sure if it's Emily, or Elizabeth, Eliza, Emma, or Etta, or Elaine but it doesn't really matter because this happy artist won a vintage bingo card that is so unique and so unusual that she will want to hold on to it and never use it. I hope not because I really want to see what kind of happy art she will make with it. Congratulations e.beck for commenting on my blog. I thoroughly enjoy seeing what you "happily" do every day. Thank you.