Monday, September 23, 2013

Sketchbook Challenge Blog Hop-Giveaway

Hello to one and all!  This month is the Blog hop for Sketchbook Challenge, and I'm so happy to be a part of such a fantastic group of artists/educators, that I will be doing a give away!  I'll be giving away a copy of my Cloth Paper Scissors Workshop Video "Backgrounds to Bindings."  That way, you too can stay home in your comfy jammies and make sketchbooks and play along with us!

So- to ENTER TO WIN my giveaway, On the 25th of September, come back and leave a comment here on this blog -(make sure I have a way to contact you email wise).  On the morning of the 26th, I'll print all the comments out, cut them apart, and put them into a hat.  Mike will draw the winning number, and we'll post it here:)

While you are waiting, take a peek at some of the amazing art going around!

Sept 9 - Gina Lee Kim
Sept 10- Jacqueline Newbold 
Sept 11 Sue Bleiweiss  
Sept 12 – Jackie Bowcutt
Sept 13th Kristin La Flamme  
Sept 15Lyric Kinard
Sept 16 Terry Grant
Sept 17Carol Sloan 
Sept 18- Leslie Tucker Jenison  
Sept 19 Lesley Riley  
Sept 20 Traci Bunkers  
Sept 21 Lynn Krawczyk
Sept 22 Desiree Habicht
Sept 23 – Jamie Fingal  
Sept 24 Mary Beth Shaw 
Sept 25 Kari McKnight-Holbrook  
Sept 26 – Deborah Boschert  
Sept 27Susan Brubaker Knapp  
Sept 28Laura Cater Woods  
Sept 29Jane LaFazio  


Sue Williams said...

Thanks for sharing! The Sketchbook Challenge Blog of such talented artists has been so inspirational to follow.

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Lynn said...

Loved your curtain rod for ribbons. I don't have horizontal space, though, just vertical, so i wrap sari ribbon around a cardboard tube that stands on the floor, and store-bought ribbon spools are on a dowel that stands beside it!

Katydid said...

I have enjoyed the blog hop. It has been great fun seeing each artists take on the same theme. I love seeing other artists studio too.

Jeanie said...

OK,, Kari, I'm very confused! I was looking at a post about your awesome studio and then it was gone when I went to comment. So, I still will -- and say you are lucky to have a Mike -- the boards and book cases are stunning and so is your space.

My friend Kate and I watched your DVD (and parts of it twice) last week. You are amazing on camera and you explain so well. I THINK I found the right size hairbands to do your chopstick/pencil binding and plan to give it a try this weekend if I have the right tool to punch my holes here at the lake.

It's excellent -- hope it goes like hotcakes! Today I am making some moodlings! You do inspire!

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