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Chris and Sharon at Red Lead
27 North Gore Ave. Webster Groves, Mo.
We are sisters and best friends!
Interests: stencils, rubber stamps, vintage photos, altered art,
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You all know how much we love vintage dictionary paper, acrylic paint and our Artisan Inks. Here is an easy stenciling technique: Paint vintage dictionary paper with antique white acrylic paint - leave some of the paper unpainted so that... Continue reading
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We have had our jewelry making wings in super fast mode - thanks to all of you for your pin orders! This is a new pin offering that is a little bit different than the first 3 pins we made.... Continue reading
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The Mixed Media Art Pins are shipping out today with more pins in the making! Here is the link to the new free vintage photo on our website: Beautiful Free Vintage Photo Related articles New Engraved Wood Charms for Pins... Continue reading
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Birds of a Feather Mixed Media Art Pin Way back in the past we were making art to sell. Tags, charms, jewelry,cards, all kinds of mixed media art. Honestly we were making mixed media art back in the day and... Continue reading
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Here it is Monday again! A new week - a fresh start. I love Mondays because I sit down and look at my list from last week - check off what was accomplished and add new stuff to do for... Continue reading
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New Engraved Wood Charms are here! You can find them at the Red Lead store in St. Louis or on our website - the charms are here. Here is why we LOVE these new wood embellishments - You can glue... Continue reading
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New Vintage Floral Elements collage sheets are at the Red Lead store in St. Louis and on our website. Plus click here for lots of new Spring and Easter too! •The size of 3 of the flower postcards are about... Continue reading
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The Shabby Chic Butterfly Necklace is made with one of our clear acrylic charms, a shabby chic brass butterfly, a scrabble tile charm, a sweet girl from one of our Paper Quilt collage sheets and beaded waxed linen. All of... Continue reading
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Begin your Dear Diary Card by: gathering stencils, papers, ink pad, sponge roller & a alphabet stamp set 1. Cut strips of paper about 1" wide x 6" in length. I used brightly colored small patterned papers and stenciled with... Continue reading
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We now have 60 small word stencils to mix and match to make your favorite phrases. With more in the making as you know how we feel about words! Or use just 1 small word for your project. The stencils... Continue reading
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How many times have you messed up a stencil project because the stencil slipped? I have more times than I can count. Removable tape is my best friend when it comes to stenciling. If you are working on a mixed... Continue reading
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8 Brand New Dress and Doll rubber stamps! You know we've got a thing for all things dresses - right? I'm guessing you do too because the dress stamps are some of our best sellers. So it was just a... Continue reading
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Start with the 6" x 6" wood frames. You can find them on our website or at the store. Here are a few of the reasons we like to make art with these wood frames. You can hang your finished... Continue reading
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The hardest part about making our chalk paint is picking out the colors you love the most. Of course if you are like us it depends on what you are making and what kind of mood you are in! Pretty... Continue reading
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New Art Stencils for Your Mixed Media Art Our new 6" x 6" stencils are all about inspiring words and sentiments. You are going to love the large words that are so easy to spritz or dab with Artisan Inks.... Continue reading
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Mixed Media Workshops at Red Lead in St. Louis Rustic and Bright Ornamental Adornments Workshop Make 3 bright rustic adornments to wear as beautiful art pendants or hang your adornments anywhere in your home for everyday inspiration. •Wood Tags +... Continue reading
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Isn't she lovely? We made a new Valentine Collage Sheet just for you! Every order will receive a free Valentine Collage Sheet 55. Hearts, vintage photos, red and pink buttons, and tags are on this new collage sheet. You can... Continue reading
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Yes we are still on the hunt for old photos, vintage postcards, books, old papers of any kind - we love all of it! I'm guessing we have about 8 big boxes of old photos and 4 boxes of vintage... Continue reading
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You all know how much we love to make anything handmade - but making all things Valentine is one of our faves! We have a brand new Valentine Rubber Stamp Collection for 2015 - we now have more than 35... Continue reading
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This is the season for making at a break neck speed. Handmade gifts, baking Christmas cookies, decorating the tree and the house, and of course shopping! Every year I say I'm not going to get caught up in the frenzy.... Continue reading
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Every Time A Bell Rings an Angel Gets Her Wings Start with our Angel chipboard ornament shape and new Christmas rubber stamps. The red tag is stamped with the Tattered Snowflakes stamp with red ink. The chipboard angel ornament is... Continue reading
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Tiny Rustic Woodland Shadow Box Free with your purchase! We are in full Christmas mode and pretty much done with skulls, skeletons, cats, bats, and witches. Not the candy though! Starting on Monday it will begin to look a lot... Continue reading
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Chris and I met up in the studio the other day to do some serious Christmas crafting. There is a 4' x 10' table in the studio that seats 10 people very comfortably, 12 in a pinch. So we got... Continue reading
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Free Make & Take - Make 1 pair of Artful Earrings! Sat. Oct. 11, Noon - 3 p.m. Join us in the Red Lead Studio for some earring art making. One our latest obsessions - Sharpie Brush Markers & our... Continue reading
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Here comes Christmas! Every year we say the same thing - let's get our Christmas stamps by early September so we have plenty of time to make all things Christmas. This year was no different than all of the years... Continue reading