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I love teaching and truly believe that deep down inside everyone is an artist, capable of creating something. There is power and knowledge in the act of creating something with your own hands, made from your own heart and head.

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-Kelly

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Meet my new journal

The background on the first page is all tape-masking tape and the blue city tape across the bottom of the page is deco tape.

Teaching a NEW class this Sunday at Stampin' From The Heart in L.A. "The Feminine". More info here.

6 comments:

Silke said...

Beautiful! I LOVE that first page!! :) Silke

Michelle LaPoint Rydell said...

Your new journal is GORGEOUS! Wow I love those colors!

Jeane Frizzell said...

Love the new journal!

Raine said...

I LOVE the cover on your latest journal. Is it made totally out of canvas? It's VERY cool!

freebird said...

I love your journal and the first page. But I've had masking tape dry up and separate from the surface it's on over time. It becomes brittle. Is there some other kind you are using that doesn't?

Kelly Kilmer said...

Freebird-I love masking tape. I love all tape. To me, though, tape is tape and over time things will happen to it. I tend not to worry about that so much. Was it Picasso who said he didn't worry about the mediums and materials he used that later on down the road the museum people can fix it. I tend to be the same way. If I need to fix things down the road, I will. For now, I tend not to worry about it.

I do like to burnish my tape with a bone folder after I've stuck it down.