Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Table decoration using wide ribbon


So it isn't complicated to lay a wide ribbon in between the candles and centerpieces, is it? For a glorious ladies only church event - Advent by Candlelight - I chose to do that.  My challenge has been to add the words on the satin ribbon.  That surface is not as user friendly as I anticipated!  Inks are too thin; they spread horizontally with the grain.  Paint pens want to do the same! 
The usual solution to hostile surfaces is to spray with workable fixative.  Hmmm.... That can instructs me to use it in a well ventilated area when the temperature is over 50 degrees. Best solution for me was to stretch out and spray my 12 foot long ribbon across the hood of the car, and chill out in the garage at below 30 degrees.  Ahhh, the struggles of an artist!

Saturday, November 27, 2010

Another Color Collision Name

In between Thanksgiving cooking

What did you do while baking a turkey and preparing all the Thanksgiving day fix ins?
Lettering this banner for my church kept me occupied in the adjacent room in between stuffing the bird, making more dressing, setting the table, etc.

Monday, November 8, 2010

You never heard of Color Collision Water Writing? It is NEW!

How about a unique art experience for your next party?

COLOR COLLISION WATER WRITING

This exciting, interactive art is suitable for any size group, such as birthday parties, family reunions, back-to-school, lock-ins, company picnics, holiday parties, or corporate events.
I letter each individual's name in water, before I drop in their choice of ink colors to create a one-of-a-kind
COLOR Explosion! within the water's path.
The science we experience is capillary action -in action!

Everyone takes home a custom work of art from your memorable party,with letters about 4 inches tall.
Most children want to hang their name picture on their bedroom door. Available in St. Louis metro area.