It’s a wrap!

21 Aug

 

strawberries wrapping paper

my original sketchbook in the center on top of  a section of wrapping paper…what fun! 

 

How to repurpose and re-enjoy your art….

One of the things I’ve been doing with my art recently is re-using it in different ways. I especially liked this small “strawberry” watercolor I did in my sketchbook, and made it into postcards and cards. And one of the most amazing things I learned in my BEGINNING class at the Sketchbook Skool (www.sketchbookskool.com) was that I could turn my art into fabric or wrapping paper, so… I took a chance and sent my artwork (digitally of course) to Spoonflower.com and voila! …an amazing roll of wrapping paper came back to me via US mail.  Now to be honest due to the resolution of the file the background of the paper came out brown instead of white, but I learned what I did  wrong and I loved it even in brown. If you want to turn your art into something totally new and interesting check out Spoonflower.com. And if you want to really enjoy drawing and painting again, or for the first time try taking a class at the SketchbookSkool.  They even have some free trial classes.  And please subscribe to my blog. I promise I won’t inundate you with email,  but it will keep me on my toes and remind me to write now and again. I hope to inspire you to give your creativity a boost or a jump start if you need one.

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2 Responses to “It’s a wrap!”

  1. Susan Sparks October 1, 2016 at 7:17 pm #

    Just found you through Sketch Book Skool – I love your design and the wrapping paper, can’t wait to try it out!

    • The Journal Center October 1, 2016 at 10:37 pm #

      Thanks, Susan. It really was fun to be able to do the wrapping paper. Let me know how yours turns out.

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