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Tuesday, 31 July 2012

The Second Lesson

I am back from my hols and raring to go. I'll be posting some pics from the holiday sketch book on my personal blog http://www.magstitch.blogspot.com/ later on today.

Meanwhile you will find the pdf file that goes with these movies at http://www.d4daisy.com/ - look for the online classes button and click through to Dissolvable Delights.

Here are two videos that show a mixed media technique for embossing powder and dissolvable paper. They are not professional quality but give a good idea of the technique. I am working on a 'proper' video with Michael Wicks that we hope to have ready for the September lesson.

Part 1

Here is Part 2

Don't forget to download the Pdf from the d4daisy site. If you are new to d4daisy books you will find that many of our books come with free online classes. Go to www.d4daisy.com to find out more.

Wednesday, 18 July 2012

But Not That Soon

I have decided that it's better to put the next two lessons up when I am home from my hols so look out for them around the 31st July.

More fun if I am around to answer any questions. I shall be (hopefully) full of beans after the trip.

Saturday, 14 July 2012

Coming Soon

Keep an eye on the d4daisy site (http://www.d4daisy.com/). The next lesson will be up there next week.

Meanwhile here is an inspiring rust pic thanks to Jane Wild who is just back from Florence.

For my next Worksho on the Web article (in September) I am making some big metal flowers for my garden as all my real ones are turning to slimy mush in the rain.

I hope to add a little synthetic rust and then see what the elements bring.

hope to put a video up to go with the next lessons, so watch this space.