Ragamuffin Gal

".. from my ragged heart to yours"

April 5, 2009

~**DisCoVeRieS ~ ArtOLoGy**~

Dear Friends,

This weekend I attended a fabulous

Art Workshop called


in Collinsville, Illinois
sponsored by Red Lead Paperworks
in St. Louis, MO.

Here are some Photos

from Artology ~

Charms to go with my Wings Photo Frame

Beginnings Of My Charm Bracelet

This will become a Mica Necklace

My finished necklace!

2 New Art Friends ~ Jodi and Andrea
modeling their Mica Necklaces!

Sisters Chris and Sharon
Creative Masterminds
behind this Workshop!
Check out their website here
for a schedule of upcoming Workshops!
Thanks Gals!

Please Visit My
Studio Blog for more
Art Creations Pictures!
Happy Easter Time!


Lucy said...

Katie--what fun and lovely projects you completed at your workshop!! I love your style! Love the girl image at the end of your post, sooo adorable :) Happy Easter!


Patti said...

These are WAY too cool! What a great way to spend time, looks like you got a lot out of it - hopped by your studio page and appreciate the way you photographed the process. Isn't mica cool??
Hope you enjoy your Holy Week!

The White Bench said...

Hello! Oh my, your paper creations are divine! Beautiful beautiful, so glad you visited!
Have a great week,

SE'LAH... said...

I so enjoy arts and crafts...what a wonderful workshop to attend.

Thanks for sharing.

Jenny Fowler said...

Oh my funness - you were able to make some seriously crafty stuff weren't you?!! You have a new blog?

Patti said...

Katie! I was so excited to find out you are my swap partner! I feel like I already know you... you went to Artology? I am SOOOO jealous!!! Red Lead is somewhere I am trying to find a way to get to. I live up by Chicago so it is a distance (Collinsville not too much closer either), but I will get there one day. In the meantime I will continue to order on-line ( the latest last night) and drool over their products and ideas. I am sure this was right up your alley and you had a blast!!! Hope all is going well for you and have a great week! You already had break didn't you? We did and this is our 2nd week back- but I would be happy to have another one though!

Take care!

summersundays-jw said...

This looks like so much fun. I'm going over to your art blog & check it out. Maybe you can have a class now & teach us how to do all those things. Happy Easter & happy birthday. Jan

Relyn said...

OH! I was hoping you'd updated your blog with your adventures. I can't wait to hear about them and see your goodies for myself. I missed you. Especially on Friday.

Hey, you and Patti are partners. How lovely! Hi, Patti.

Suzy's Vintage Attic said...

Hello Katie
Thank you so much for your kind and thoughful comments on my pevious post. It was very much appreciated!
What beautiful creations. I love what you have made!
Happy Easter!
Isabelle x

Marie Reed said...

That must have been a blast! I wish that I was more creative. Seeing this makes me want to find a similar seminar in my area! ((Hugs))

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

That must have been quite a wonderful event! There is nothing more fun than getting together with like minded creative people! Your mica necklaces are fabulous. Thank you for sharing so much nice eye candy!

Nathalie Thompson said...

SWOON! Your art is FAB!!!!!!

What a great time you must have had!!!!

Janet said...

That looks like a fun workshop! And you created some beautiful items. I love the necklace (I looked at all the photos on the other blog.)

Linda said...

Wow...what a great time you must've had. I love the necklace!!! And ...the rest, too!

Sheri said...

Katie, Love the mica necklaces. Dulcy was telling Tammy and I about them today. How about a local lesson on how to make them? Like we all need ANOTHER hobby!?!?! But I would really like to learn to make these.
Happy Easter!