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September 2015 Issue - Winging It
by Danie May on Tuesday, September 1, 2015

 

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Creativity is Boundless and the world of papercrafting and mixed media is deliciously messy and rule-free. We want you to discover the Magnificent and Messy in Your Art. Unruly PaperArts is a collaborative blogozine featuring a panel of regular and guest creative contributors as well as reader-submitted articles. We hope you will join us and come back often as we feature articles on stamping, mixed media, collage, altered art, and scrapbooking.

September 2015 - What Is in This Issue

September 2015 - What Is in This Issue
Join us this month as our Creative Contributors explore all Things with Wings in our Winging It Issue. We also meet our newest Creative Contributor Jessica Madaglia and take a look at some of the projects created by the participants of our recent Unruly Community Swaps. Artwork shown by Jessica Madaglia.

August 2015 - What Is in This Issue!

August 2015 - What Is in This Issue!
As this fun project photo from Toni suggests 'Inspire' is exactly what our Creative Contributors do each and every month and this month is no exception. We have a wonderful array of articles featuring ways to use and dress up chipboard.and use some specialty papers in our Chip Off the Old Block August Issue.

Join Us This September!

Join Us This September!
Our Very First Creative Retreat will be held in the Beautiful Gold Coast Hinterland of Australia,

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The articles posted on Unruly PaperArts are the opinions and words of each posting author who represent themselves and not the publication as a whole.

All crafting must be undertaken with common sense. Please read all the directions for any products or tools used closely and follow all safety instructions which are available from the manufacturer.

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