I've been tagged again by a great Hungarian artist, Ildiko Fodor-Wilson or MixedMediaMoments on YouTube. Please check her channel, you'll love her work! I'm in fault, she tagged me about three months ago and I decided to write a post instead of filming something so I can have this done.
I have to answer these questions:
1.-Most expensive crafting tool you use on a regular basis
Well, considering I live in Chile and I have to import EVERYTHING pay taxes and customs, all the supplies I use turn out to be very expensive for me (double price).
2.-Least expensive tool you use on a regular basis
I guess it is WATER!!!!
3.-Oldest item you made that you or someone you know still have.
Almost 15 years ago I made "sort of a scrapbook album" with photos from a family vacation and I still have it, what a shame!!
4.-Crafting tool that was a waste of money
There are MANY tools I have bought I don't use or they were not worth it at all (for me of course), I think punches are the winners!!
5.-Crafting tool that was the best bargain
Not for me....
6.-Best storage idea you have implemented
I moved from my house to an apartment about 2 years ago and I designed a whole room to be my studio, so everything I store is there as I wanted to be.
7.-Most viewed YouTube craft video
8.-Least viewed YouTube craft video
9.-Item/items you stock up on every time or almost every time you go to the craft store
I have a few items that I stock due to the time it takes for me to get stuff from the United States (or elsewhere). All sort of foam dots, glue dots, adhesives in general, stamp pads and reinkers and cardstock.
10.- Favorite non craft store place to buy supplies/ items for crafting
Just another journal play. I started with a Gelli print and then begun collaging it with other Gelli printed papers and some digital ones by Traci Bautista, Nancy Baumiller and Teesha Moore A few doodles, a bit of paint and it's done!
Hi everyone!! I've been nominated by one of my artsy friends Sharon Martinelli to join this "creative blog hop", where we have the opportunity to know new bloggers from all around the world to get inspiration, learn new techniques and finally have new creative experiences.
Clik HERE to read Sharon's post. Thanks for the nomination!!
There are four questions all the participants need to answer, before they nominate three other bloggers to continue on the tour. I will answer my four questions, and then lead you to three talented artists I've chosen.
1.- What are you working on?
I can't say I'm working on just ONE project. I'm usually watching online classes and that makes me want to try everything so I tend to start many projects at a time, trying new techniques and when I feel it's the right time, I finish them (or maybe not...).
Here is an example of four unfinished projects I've been working on.
2.- How does your work differ from from other's of it's genre?
This is a hard one....I think after so many years creating, I have developed sort of a "quirky" style. Even I like all styles, I love to create something that is unusual, unreal....does this make sense??
I started as a digital scrapbooker and there are so many possibilities to make nosense stuff...but I love paper so I decided to emulate that in my work.
These are some digital pages I've done
3.-Why do you create what you do?
This is an easy one....because I LOVE what I do!!!! I love color, makes me happy and gives me the opportunity to express myself in another way.
4.- How does your creative process work?
It just flows, I never plan what I'll be doing, I let myself create freely and don't know wher it will lead me.
Now the blog tour needs to continue, so here are the three creative bloggers I chose:
A extraordinaire photograper and mixed media artist. Her photos captured me a few years ago and I could see her "in action" during a trip to Las Vegas where Linda and her husband went to meet me, how sweet is that???
I love to make foam stamps to create patterns with them so I decided to share this on a video I prepared for "Scraps of Darkness" featuring their gorgeous June kit "Perfectly Stunning". I also included the process of making an art journal page using these stamps.