Thursday, October 16, 2014

Come and Play- Comment to Win!

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Hello my darlings!  I have been on the road NON-STOP for 5 weeks now, and am struggling to keep up with the e-world.  Seems half the time, my smart phone and smarter tablet refuse to play nicely with the hotel wi-fi's. But I really really wanted you to know about this uber cool prize package!  And of course I want you to know about the awesome Art Journaling Retreat happening in November!
All this yummy arty goodness could be yours just for playing along!  You must comment on THIS page to win-  reply to this question "What would YOU like to see/make/or do at your dream art retreat?"   This drawing will end on Sunday night Oct 19, 2014 at midnight EST- and winners will be announced Monday Oct 20, 2014.

I have to tell you- if you would like to have lots of one on one time with instructors- come to The CREATE Art Journal Retreat in Austin in November!
If you would like to find new ways to use your current products- come to The CREATE Art Journal Retreat in Austin in November!
If you would like to have minimal supplies to bring, but tons of supplies to try out and play with supplied for you-  come to The CREATE Art Journal Retreat in Austin in November!

The very talented Jodi Ohl, Jen Crossley and Jeannine Stein will be there to play with me, and help to make this a once in a lifetime retreat experience- make sure you check it out.  It is one for the books, one not to be missed!

Make sure to click the blog hop button up above and to stop by each blog and comment to try for all the different prize packs!

10 comments:

Cindi said...

At my dream art retreat, I would be learning from everyone around me. We'd all be experimenting with paint and ink and stencils and stamps, maybe even some metal, and have a bit of time to get outside for inspiration. I would take home a journal that would be a sweet reminder of a special time and people.
Cindi S.

Pam Beatty said...

My favorite way to jump start is to create an awesome background with my favorite spray inks. I wet the paper down, spray , add salt & let the paint "move" by spraying more liquid. Let dry, sit back & let the piece talk to me.

Anonymous said...

at my dream retreat it would last for a month, be in a foreign country, have at least 30 of my favorite instructors, with all the newest supplies and of course be free......you said it was a dream right??

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Liz Lumsden said...

I would love to work on painting, acrylics or watercolor at my dream retreat. I live in the Austin area and wish I could afford to go to the retreat!

Pat Lawson said...

I would love to collect things from nature and incorporate them into a collage!

Sandi Lou said...

I would love to learn the fine art of layering. I don't seem to know when to stop or when to add just a bit more, especially those clunky items.

Lisa said...

A start-to-finish project. I love learning new things, but sometimes get bogged down trying to complete something that gets home undone.
Lisajake128@gmail.com

Jeanie said...

Sigh. I was so sorry to miss you this weekend as I was partying in Cleveland for a family wedding.

With all these lovelies (and a few more bits) I would paint a lovely holiday piece. That glitter calls for a snow scene or angels or something incredibly sparkly!

At my dream art retreat I am playing with glue, learning a variety of transfer ways and up to my elbows in paint! Oh, wait! That's every time I go into the studio! But it's still my perfect retreat -- because the best part is doing it with new friends.

Martice Smith II said...

At my dream art retreat I'd be going on nature and safari excursions, traveling to foreign lands to join other creatives in art workshops!

Stephanie said...

My dream retreat would be close to home and would include classes on my bucket list and phase 2 of classes I've already taken