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Lisa Lee
Pacific Northwest
I will figure it out!
Interests: ART SQUARES, inchies, photography, COLOR, details, anything outdoors and all the colors in the Crayola box!
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Ok....this technique is new to me, but one I am going to be learning about pronto! Because of the amount of water used to activate the Inktense blocks the Art Squares and their absorbative quality are the perfect substrate. Be... Continue reading
Posted 6 days ago at all in an inch
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Impression Obsession Watering Can die on a 2" white Art Square (Twinchie Square). We first posted about this technique almost exactly a year ago. With the popularity of metal dies there continues to be an enormous amount of interest in... Continue reading
Posted Apr 17, 2014 at all in an inch
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Take a close look at the background! This is a fabulous technique that Jill and Elizabeth have been exploring on their blog, Studio Sessions. It's all about Tombow Markers, great stamps, water, and applying them to an ATC size Art... Continue reading
Posted Apr 15, 2014 at all in an inch
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Half of the fun of papercrafting is learning or revisiting different techniques. Here Dina shows us that by coloring with alcohol markers and then using a waterbrush pen filled with rubbbing alcohol you can create a watercolor 'effect'. Be sure... Continue reading
Posted Mar 22, 2014 at all in an inch
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It looks like Jill and Elizabeth are having fun with the mosaic concept of using large images on a 'mosaic' background of Inchie Squares! Jill arranged her 6 white squares in a rectangle to best match the shape and size... Continue reading
Posted Mar 13, 2014 at all in an inch
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Take a good look at this gorgeous card - it's made from 9 - 1" white Inchie Squares! This 'mosaic' technique' is a wonderful way to use larger stamps, especially florals. There are a few tips and tricks to achieve... Continue reading
Posted Mar 12, 2014 at all in an inch
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This is a wonderful technique to use on a 3" white Art Square, especially when paired with such a unique 'macro' style stamp. You would never guess that acrylic paint is applied, and scraped, over an embossed image. Of course... Continue reading
Posted Mar 10, 2014 at all in an inch
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There has been a recent renewed interest in cubes, and we just wanted to remind everyone that Art Squares are a perfect precision cut material for building them. Click on the link below to see our original posting from 2012... Continue reading
Posted Mar 7, 2014 at all in an inch
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WOW! It's the 4th day of 8 days featuring Inchie Arts products on the new blog, Studio Sessions, hosted by Jill Foster and Elizabeth Allan. Hard to believe that Elizabeth said this came together with no plan in mind! But... Continue reading
Posted Mar 5, 2014 at all in an inch
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When was the last time you visited Rubbermoon Art Stamps? If its been awhile you owe yourself a visit! There are a lot of really exciting things going on! Continue reading
Posted Mar 4, 2014 at all in an inch
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Jill and Elizabeth are still playing with Art Squares on their new blog, Studio Sessions!' Today Jill uses a large floral stamp on a white ATC size Art Square - yet again another demonstration showing how the surface of the... Continue reading
Posted Mar 4, 2014 at all in an inch
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We have been teaching a series of classes focusing on the basics of using Twinkling H2O paints with Art Squares and stamping. To get familiar with the concept of using LOTS of water with the Art Squares we created this... Continue reading
Posted Mar 1, 2014 at all in an inch
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Yesterday we told you about a brand new creative blog launched by papercrafters Jill Foster and Elizabeth Allan. Their collaborative endeavor focuses on their love of papercrafting with the goal to share their ideas, tips and inspirations with others. And...they... Continue reading
Posted Feb 25, 2014 at all in an inch
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Accomplished papercrafters Jill Foster and Elizabeth Allan have just launched a new blog... "Studio Sessions". It's a wonderful concept well explained by their tag line... " A place where all artists can visit to share in the inspiration and ideas... Continue reading
Posted Feb 24, 2014 at all in an inch
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This all started with the random application of extra black ink on a brayer that was then rolled onto a 3" white Art Square. Seriously...how did she do this?! Visit Dina's blog today to learn the details...amazing!! Continue reading
Posted Feb 21, 2014 at all in an inch
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The Valentine card that Dina created is a perfect example of how you can use a metal die with Art Squares. In this sample card she used 4 - 1.5" white Art Squares and one at a time ran 3... Continue reading
Posted Feb 9, 2014 at all in an inch
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There are so many layers of different wet media on this 3" white Art Square it is hard to keep track. Jill posted this recently and you have to visit her blog, Inspired by Jill Foster, to understand the details... Continue reading
Posted Feb 6, 2014 at all in an inch
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Be brave, get out the pen and draw it yourself! A few posts ago we did just that by creating a simple sketch using a Copic 0.5 Multiliner pen to create stems with hearts atop them - you can scroll... Continue reading
Posted Feb 1, 2014 at all in an inch
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It was so exciting to receive the first RubberMoon MoonMail package in the mail and we wanted to share a sample using the exlusive stamp that came in the January packet. Our "village" was created by placing three white 1.5"... Continue reading
Posted Jan 29, 2014 at all in an inch
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It is absolutely amazing the depth of color that can be created when combining different coloring mediums; in this case 2 different types of colored pencils and watercolor paint. Dina is truly a master when it comes to using subtle... Continue reading
Posted Jan 27, 2014 at all in an inch
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WOW! Seriously, when was the last time you received an envelope in the mail that looked like this! It's the very first monthly mailing of the RubberMoon MoonMail Club. After ever so carefully cutting the envelope to open it and... Continue reading
Posted Jan 24, 2014 at all in an inch
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I think we mentioned in an earlier post that this was the first time we had worked with Silks Acrylic Glazes...and they are fabulous! We created this sample to try and illustrate the transparent quality of these glazes and how... Continue reading
Posted Jan 22, 2014 at all in an inch
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When you can't find a stamp for the mood you are in, and all else fails...draw it yourself! This began with a white ATC size Art Square. Draw the stems and hearts with a Copic 0.5 multi liner pen (pigment... Continue reading
Posted Jan 18, 2014 at all in an inch
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Having never worked with Silks Acrylic glazes before I was in need of tips and inspiration and visited the Luminarte Blog and the amazing work of Jodi Ohl. I was also really curious how Silks would perform on the absorbent... Continue reading
Posted Jan 17, 2014 at all in an inch
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Lots going on with this sample! This is the first time we have used the Hero Arts ink daubers and they are really fun and versatile; perfect for LOTS of layering. Start with a 3" white Art Square and using... Continue reading
Posted Jan 16, 2014 at all in an inch