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Mini art journal or junk journal 650 650 Atop Serenity Hill

Mini art journal or junk journal

As you might have noticed, I create quite a few projects for The Crafter’s Workshop. Last month, we were asked to use some lovely supplies from Canvas Corp Brands along with…

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A vision board in my art journal 650 650 Atop Serenity Hill

A vision board in my art journal

Today was my last post for The Crafter’s Workshop design team. It has been a fun two years and I have learned so much from the other design team members.…

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Last minute Mother’s Day gift tags 650 650 Atop Serenity Hill

Last minute Mother’s Day gift tags

If you are like me, you might always wait to the last minute to wrap your gifts! Since Mother’s Day is this weekend, I made up a quick batch of…

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A Peek Inside: my art journal 650 488 Atop Serenity Hill

A Peek Inside: my art journal

I spent 30 days between January and February playing along with Rae Missigman’s Art Marks daily art exercise. It was ridiculously fun! I enjoyed creating the pages so much and…

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Time in my art journal 650 650 Atop Serenity Hill

Time in my art journal

I’m back with another 15 minutes of playful art process video for you! I have always been a big fan of Rae Missigman and her 15 Minutes of Mixed Media™…

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Time in my art journal 650 650 Atop Serenity Hill

Time in my art journal

I have always been a big fan of Rae Missigman and her 15 Minutes of Mixed Media™ videos. This year she has invited everyone to play along and I’m taking…

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Butterfly zippered pouch 650 650 Atop Serenity Hill

Butterfly zippered pouch

Happy New Year, everyone! After finally settling into 2017, I thought I would share one of those projects that feels like it will never work but, by continuing to experiment…

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Recycling old address labels 650 650 Atop Serenity Hill

Recycling old address labels

During some unpacking from my recent move, I found a few sheets of address labels that I can’t use. With the holidays fast approaching, I thought I would recycle them…

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