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  • Link Love!

    I finally decided to take the plunge and join Tammy from Daisy Yellow on her link-love mission.

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    Today Tammy suggests we link to 5 of our favourite tutorials… so here goes.

    Julie’s blog is a constant source of inspiration and she has so many cool tutorials that it was difficult to choose just one, but I love the clever way this book is made from one folded sheet of canvas.

    Folded Canvas Book from Julie fei-Fan Balzer at Balzer Designs

    I love Effy’s raw honesty and the energy in her creative work. This journal is really cool, and so simple to make!

    Bookbinding 101 from Effy Wild

    I adore Kaleidoscopes, and this tutorial from iHannah is just so simple to follow. Give it a try!

    How to Create a Digital Kaleidoscope Mandala from iHannah’s Blog

    I just love the concept of this apron – combining the best of two aprons to make an amazing new creation!

    Creating an Apron of Inspiration from Samie Harding at Journal Girl

    I just found this really cool tutorial from Rae Missigman

    Plastic Fused Canvas and I can’t wait to give it a try!

    I’m off to explore everyone else’s favourite tutorials now. I’ll be back with some new artwork tomorrow!

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    By on Friday August 2nd, 2013 at 21:24 in Artistic Ramblings, Blogalong with Effy, Link Love - 4 Replies - Leave a Reply

    Kaleidoscope Mandala!

    I have been busy painting and working on Rae Missigman’s 21 Secrets 2013 Class, but I have nothing to show yet, so I thought I’d share some digital playing instead. I was catching up with my reading list yesterday and came across this post from iHannah about creating digital kaleidoscope mandalas. Well – I just had to give it a try, didn’t I!

    Digital Mandala/Kaleidoscope!

    I decided to use my Face Emotions image as the source and had great fun playing. iHannah’s instructions are very helpful. I created four mandalas, but that wasn’t enough for me. After downloading the results I had to play digital blending to take it that little bit further! This is the result.

    Thank you iHannah for the inspiration, and thank you SumoPaint for a nifty piece of software.