Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Sweet Six Studio Art Retreat ~

I didn't think today would EVER get here!! The Sweet Six Studio Online Art Retreat started today and it's not too late to sign up. You can hop over here to sign up and to check out all the details. They have set up a Blog that is absolutely adorable and they will be having lots of Giveaways.

Everything is so well organized over at the Art Retreat and the first Art Project is already posted. There will be a total of 12 DOABLE Art Projects for the month of September with detailed instructions from Six Fabulous Artists!! I'm so thrilled that I signed up and can't wait to try the first project by the extremely talented and super sweet Natasha Burns.

This is the first project that was posted today ~ by Natasha Burns. Isn't this the most beautiful bottle of bath salts that you've ever seen? I'm looking forward to making several of these to give as gifts this Christmas. The instructions are extremely detailed and there are tons of pictures for each step.

This is an exquisite frame and I can't wait to make a similar one. I have some gorgeous fabric in my stash that will be perfect for it.

This is another project that will be featured over on Sweet Six Studio and I'll also be able to use some of my fabric stash for it.

And look at this cute decoration ~

I just love this little fabric flower and can't wait to learn how to make one. AND ~ I'll get to use even more fabric from my secret stash. I LOVE to buy fabric for my collection and now I will have lots of ideas of how to use some of it.

Don't forget to hop on over to the Sweet Six Studio Online Art Retreat ~ it's going to be a Fabulous Event that you don't want to miss!! I'll see you over there.....


Natasha Burns said...

So glad you've joined us Jayne! I can't wait to see what you make this month! xo

Heidi Zawisza said...

How cool! Thanks for the heads up! I hope you are having a great day Jayne!

PamperingBeki said...

You have such a knack for finding the coolest things!!

Marina Capano said...

wow! beautiful handcrafts!
regards from Argentina
Marina Capano