Monday, March 7, 2011

'Building Blocks of Design'

So....I would LoVe to share my fun news...
...and you know what?

I will!!!

Click HERE and check out a
project I am really proud of!

I have been working on a series called
'The Building Blocks of Design'
and one of my 'building blocks'
is featured over at

If you love the look of 'shabby-chic' or
'vintage', then this article is for you.
If it's not your style, I'd still love for you to
make a visit.

I'd love to know that you did and if you'd be
willing to pop back by and let me know what you
thought, that would be so wonderful.
And while you're at it, I'd love to know which
'Building Block' you'd like to see more of!

Thanks for coming by...
I look forward to hearing from you!


Handmade Creations by Stephanie said...

1.big congrats to you on being featured!!!
2.i loved this!!!! I love to try vintage but I am not very good at it but you shared some awesome tips on how to achieve it!!!!
3.Your cards are gorgeous!!!!!!!

Emily Leiphart said...

Congratulations, Julie!! Your shabby chic cards are fabulous and I wish I could pull off that style. Thanks for the inspiration!

Monika Wright said...

a project using The Twinery baker's twine is always a good one!

Sheri Twing said...

Yay Julie!!! Can't wait to see the project! Congrats on being pub'd!

Rufus said...

Gorgeous project! Congrats on being featured on SNR.

Mona L. Pendleton said...

Congrats on your feature Julie! Beautiful cards! Tried to comment on SNR but there was not a comment section :(

Neil said...

Beautiful style. Loved the clear explanations. Thanks for sharing and congratulations on being published.

Helen said...

What a great article! Lovely art too. Congratulations!

Jaclyn Miller said...

Huge congrats to you for your fun feature. Love how you broke it down into steps and with such beautiful photos to boot! Way to go girl (and your cards were ALL gorgeous)!

Patti P. said...

Congrats on being the featured artist....loved all your examples and the tips were so clear. I love doing vintage as well as a variety of other styles, but think nothing is prettier than lots of layers and papers. Tfs your ideas.

Susie said...

Congratulations! I have recently been trying my hand at the vintage look and I LOVE it. Your article is so helpful. Thank you for sharing!