Tag Archives: recycle

Reuse in the works

Yesterday I visited our local SCRAP PDX store and stumbled upon a barrel full of rubber gaskets. These are soft grey rubber, about  3/4″ diameter and 1/32″ thick.  As soon as I saw them I knew what to do with … Continue reading

Posted in 2019 | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

On towards reduce and reuse

In my ongoing quest to minimize my belongings (or should I say the things that own me), I continue to clear out things I have been stashing (hoarding).  My next project uses a stack of 1930’s reproduction fabric prints.  I … Continue reading

Posted in 2013 | Tagged , | 2 Comments

The List Journal

Last night I was surfing the web and came upon a collaborative effort called The List Journal by Hanna Andersson (iHanna) and Tammy Garcia (daisy yellow).  Hanna and Tammy  made journals for each other and then decided to create a list prompt each … Continue reading

Posted in 2012 | Tagged , | 2 Comments

An Urban Journal

Have you heard about Roben-Marie Smith’s new Urban Journal on-line class?  Take a look at this journal that I finished tonight. Fun huh?  Come and play.

Posted in 2010 | Tagged , | 3 Comments

Mail Art continued

Since finishing my first Remains of the Day Journal, I decided to go back and create some more mail art envies.  Here is number 2.  It measures 6 wide x 8 inches tall and opens at the top.  I discovered, … Continue reading

Posted in 2010 | Tagged | 7 Comments

Remains of the Day Journal

Woohoo – I finished up the first journal in Mary Ann Moss’ on line class, Remains of the Day.  You can view the other artist participant journals here. I created a quick video on Vimeo of my completed journal. The journal … Continue reading

Posted in 2009 | Tagged , | 8 Comments

Mail Art Envelope

We interrupt our regularly scheduled Christmas Journal post to show you this Mail Art envelope.  I have been watching Roben-Marie Smith’s Altered Mail Art video and finally decided to create one today.  I ordered some supplies from her shop a … Continue reading

Posted in 2009 | Tagged , | 3 Comments