One can see that Melanie Muenchinger, is a very talented person who has accomplished quit a bit. She is a stamp designer/illustrator and Senior Design Team Member for Gina K Designs.
I like her statement on her homepage from St. Francis of Assisi,
"A woman who works with her hands is a LABORER; a woman who works with her hands and head, a CRAFTSMAN; but a woman who works with her hands, her head and her heart is an ARTIST."
To see Melanie's Stamps: My Stamp Sets for Gina K Designs.
I enjoyed the video clips that Hands, Head and Heart had on their site... (Tuesday, January 18, 2011) On TV! not STV this time, Tee! Vee!!!!! :)
The video clips are How to Watercolor with Glitter Pens and how to make clear embellishments with transparencies, courtesy of Julie Fei-Fan Balzer. I hope that you enjoy watching them too.
Hands, Head and Heart has a cute tutorial from the new Cardmaker issue. Featured on page 22, is one of Melanie's favorite intereactive designs. She has created, a birthday blowout using "Candles on Your Cake"! The card was just too cute to pass up. Please check it out.
I am addicted to subscribing to blogs...LOL!!!
I have subscribed to so many sites it is starting to take up more and more time deciding which ones I want to visit each day...there are so many blogs out there with some really great information and ideas! I really enjoy blog hopping. It is so much fun and you get to see new blogs. Are you finding yourself becoming addictive too? What are you doing to manage all this information? How to keep up with the Blogs?
I also have blog envy! =)
I have no tutorials, YouTube Videos...I have a very simple blog. I am not a writer and my spelling is horrible. In fact I find it hard to write that is why I started this blog...to force myself to write. So please be patient with me - my sentence structure will be wrong too;) What I can do is post what I have found in different blogs which I like in hopes that they might inspire you.
So thank you every one who keep checking in with me. I really appreciate it.
'till next time,