Happy New Year 2017 everyone! I still can't believe how fast this year has come and gone! I'm sure you all feel the same way!
I realize that not all parts of the world are cold in January, but it sure is here in Colorado as well as many areas where all of you live, so, to celebrate the cold (but looking forward to milder temperatures), I chose the art adventure theme "Baby, It's Cold Outside!" Think of Winter landscapes or Winter fun (doesn't have to be where you live). I'm sure all of you creative artists will find interesting art to create with the word "cold" as well.
Our dear friend and Creative Cohort Annette Green is resetting her focus this year and taking advantage of some awesome opportunities. We are so happy for Annette as she has a full schedule of exciting projects and creative endeavors. Annette, we thank you for sharing your talents with us and wish you much success and happiness always! You will be missed, dear friend!
To kick off this first art adventure of 2017, we are excited to announce that we will have a special surprise Guest Artist later this month! Can't wait to see what she/he creates!
To upload a photo of your creation, please use the link below. I'm sure your creations will be amazing!
Tuesday, January 3, 2017
JANUARY ART ADVENTURE - "BABY IT'S COLD OUTSIDE!"
Posted by Susan
I live in beautiful Boulder, CO at the foot of the Rocky Mountains. I have been crafting my entire life; however, it was in 1995 that I found my true passion for paper arts and began teaching at stamp and scrapbook stores shortly thereafter. I have worked for B Line Designs rubber stamps for many years and have participated as a member of the Curiosity Crew for the Compendium of Curiosities Volume III online challenge. I am currently a "Creative Cohort" for the Creative Carte Blanche community and am on several design teams. My work has been featured in various publications including multiple issues of the Stamper's Sampler (Guest Artist Jan/Feb 2010), RubberStampMadness, Crafts 'n Things and in a book by Chris Rankin entitled 50 Nifty Beaded Cards published by Lark Books.