- by Brenda Brown What do you do with your ATCs when you have made them? Trade them, give them away or do you just like to hang onto them...
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.
June is Journal It Month - As the quote on this image states, Creativity is Contagious, and it can also be healing, experimental and fun. This month we won't you to join us for 30 days of Journal Inspiration as our Creative Contributors take us inside their journals and share their inspiration and ideas. Artwork by Toni Burks
May 2015 - What's Inside
This month our Creative Contributors are taking inspiration from the Letter M and will be showcasing an assortment of techniques and projects starting with this letter or with EM (because its pronounced like M). So think Masterboards to Mosaics, Marbling to Mother's Day and Embossing to Embellishing. (Artwork Shown by Katy Leitch)
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