Monday, May 30, 2011

Link Collection #3


So I'm back with all you guys once again. Sorry about the pic repeat; I did post this picture a month or so ago. But It's early in the morning, and I don't feel like finding another one. So today is going to be my third link sharing post. I really enjoy posting these things, and they're easy enough to put together. Plus it's a Monday. I was thinking about having a linky Monday, I just think it would work well. Tomorrow though, I'm planning on putting together a post on my progress working through the book "Collage Unleashed". I'm having a lot of fun playing around with a different style, and am learning to appreciate how hard it is to imitate/grab inspiration from someone else's style. :) Well, anyways. Before we get started, I would like to say that there ARE more links today than there have been in the past. :) Well, without further ado, forward march! Linky Monday.

A pretty blue and copper page that was created during a power outage! It's beautiful.
This is pretty! A weird/attractive merge of scrapbooking and art journaling. :)
Somebody just got a new craft room! Check it out.
Changing a scrapbook layout to card, and vice versa. So cool!
An amazingly EPIC erosion bundle. If you haven't seen these, defiantly check it out!
Even though it's not really journaling, just paper made to look it, I was instantly attracted to this page! I think it's because of the colors!
This is a bit of an older post. But I couldn't help it. Steampunk dominos!!
Some really sweet looking ATC's. Sooo inspiring!
This is a bit of an older post too, but it's too beautiful to pass up. A wonderful woven picture!
Success is personal. That's all I need to say.
This is a glorious piece of artwork that was actually made out of erosion bundle pieces!
A tutorial on the beading "herringbone stitch". Beadweaving. Awesome.
Cult of stuff. A post that pretty much hits my feelings right on the nose.
Creating handmade books. From fabric and paper.
Scrap Vomit quilt block. I'm sorry. I couldn't help myself.
This is soo cool. A portrait made entirely out of.... dice!
Index-Card-A-Day Summer over on daisyyellow! Doodling on an index card. Genius!

So that's all I have for you wonderful folks today, but look for tomorrow's post hopefully showcasing my collage work from the past couple of weeks. At least what I did through the book! See you guys later!

3 comments:

  1. Hey Jordan! Thanks for checking out my blog. I love yours -- you are so passionate about your art!

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  2. Amazing links, thank you for including me! I do hope you do the erosion bundle, it is amazing what Mother Nature can do. I love the aged and weathered look! If you are on pinterest, I have a bunch of boards with aged crafts/rooms/places. Love to see ya there!

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  3. Jordan, A great collection of links! Thank you for including the Index-Card-A-Day challenge and super cool that you will be playing along this summer.

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