Monday, May 25, 2015

Happy Memorial Day!


{the following post is an "inspiration monday" project that i shared in 2013}

 repurposing your artwork can be as easy as 1-2-3!

first, choose a journal page or other artwork you've done that really inspires you.  scan it into your computer and print it out using a high quality setting -or- take it to a nearby office supply store and they will make a good quality copy for you.  then gather some of your favorite art supplies!




(since today is Memorial Day here in America,
i'm using this artwork that i did in 2010.)





now here's the 1-2-3!

1use one of your favorite elements in your artwork..
(for example,  i really love this star in the artwork i'm using, so i cut it out.)





2now take another element of your artwork and try to think of a new way to use it.
(for mine, i really like those red stripes, but instead of painting them,
i'm using red twine to give the suggestion of stripes)





(if you use a small hole punch on the edge of the paper,
it will create a notch that's perfect to hold that twine in place,
and it will help to keep the paper from tearing!)





3look for ways you can use your supplies to update elements in your artwork.
(for example, i liked the border scallops in my artwork,
but instead of drawing them, i updated the look
 by using a scallop paper punch with this stamped sentiment)







now put everything together, and you have a brand new project inspired by artwork
 that you've already done....and it was easy as 1-2-3!

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this card is dedicated with gratitude to all those brave men and women who have served our country, those who have given their lives in the line of duty, and those who continue to guard and protect our freedoms.  you are our true heroes, and we honor you today....and every day!

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{supplies:  memorial day artwork, white and blue card stock,
 doodlebug twine, colorbox stamp pads, thank you rubber stamp
ranger archival stamp pad, scissors, adhesive, foam dots}







7 comments:

Createology said...

Thank YOU dear and all the brave who keep us free and safe! Blessings...

Jo C said...

What a great project, Lori! And what a lovely tribute to the men and women who serve (and to those who served) our country to protect our freedom.

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