Friday, January 2, 2009

What's been going on?

Gosh, seems like things are moving at a whirl-wind pace still... of course we all know about the holidays but this time of year is also CHA time...I finished up a few projects for Ranger and I also have 4 lay-outs going to Streuters booth (I can't wait to show you what I did with their metal!!!) so if you're lucky enough to get to go be sure and keep an eye out for 'em :) I'll post them here after CHA is over.

I am also still working on the book of course. That's taking much of my time but I'm going to try to start posting more when I get a free moment. I am still answering questions as I get time :)

Someone asked if the book was going to have specific sizes and measurements for the techniques.

Well, no ~ it's not a project book like so many collage and altered art books on the market. It's a technique oriented book instead of a project oriented book...it will give you a supply list and tell you step by step on how to complete a specific technique - for example - (this isn't in the book but it's just to give you an idea on how it's laid out) if the technique were embossing it would tell you to ink the stamp with embossing ink, press the stamp onto the paper, sprinkle the powder, etc. You get the idea. It will contain photos for various parts of the technique and show at least one (usually 2 or more) examples for the specific technique so you can see how it may be applied to various projects. The projects range from ATC's, Cards; Altered Book Pages; Altered Items, Canvas Projects; etc. It's going to be chock full of techniques and examples :)

12 comments:

  1. Roni,

    You've received an award. To find out all about it, come over to my blog,

    http://vickiholdwick.blogspot.com

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  2. Wow Ronni, You have been so busy since my last visit.
    I am stuck in bed poorly and i have really enjoyed reading your blog today, Thank you.
    I can always count on you to have some brilliant projects on the go , and i wasnt dissapointed today. Cheers and hope you have a happy new year , Jaqi

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  3. Roni,
    I've nominated you for the Kreativ Blogger award on my blog for all the creative things you create.

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  4. Hi Roni! I wanted to wish you a very happy and creative New Year! Are you going to CHA? I would LOVE to go to that sometime. I hope the book is coming along.
    xoxo,
    Kristin

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  5. Wow, 2008 was an amazing year for you, art-wise....and it looks like 2009 will be just as busy and full of inspiration! Happy New Year to you Roni, and to your entire family. They must be incredibly proud of you!

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  6. Happy New Year to ya, looking forward for more of your great works in the coming year!

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  7. Technique books - now that's what I like!

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  8. sounds like you have been super busy! Happy New Year to you! I hope 2009 is full of creative time, blessings, health and happiness!

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  9. thank you roni for everything, infos, tidbits, articles, tips and lotsa techniques the past year you have been sharing with us. i thank you for a year blessed with so much information and learnings. take care.

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  10. Happy New Year!!! I just can't wait until your book comes out!! it sounds very cool!!!

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  11. Oh Roni, I love your blog. I hope you'll finish your book. I’m sure it’s good. Its ok that you are busy, no need to apologize. I think that is great that you had a lot of job this year, this mean that you’re successful. I hope that you'll continue working and making creative things for the net year to. I’m so glad that your book is about how to make the technique. It will be very useful and practical. Congratulations for all the awards, you definitely deserve it. Hope hearing from you soon. Good buy

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