|The front of my finished "tiny tarnished tome."|
|The back of my finished "tiny tarnished tome."|
As a further bonus, Kari offered a drawing for door prizes! And I won! I came away with some of her own polymer artist stamps, which are based on drawings from her sketchbook. They can be used easily as traditional rubber stamps, but are also constructed with polymer clay and encaustics in mind.
|My door prize!|
Because I registered for three workshops at the retreat, I received an official CREATE tote bag, filled with several fabulous and artful goodies. There were two bottles of high flow acrylics from Golden, an amazing PITT artist pen big brush, a bottle of acrylic glaze from the Silks line of LuminArte, a pair of multi-purpose titanium scissors from Fiskars, a molding mat by ColorBox, a collage pack put together by Art Camp For Women, and a copy of PAGES magazine by Cloth Paper Scissors. I felt like I was at the Academy Awards, getting my goodie bag!
On Sunday morning, as I munched on my croissant, I saw a group of women standing over a nearby table, and my antennae went up. When I walked over, I saw that there were goodie bag extras available for people to take for free! I thought of you, my wonderful readers, and knew that I wanted to offer you a giveaway opportunity.
Please leave your comment by July 31, 2013, and I will publish the winner on August 1, 2013. Good luck!
If you did not see my first post about the CREATE Mixed-Media Art Retreat, click here to read about my drawing and watercolor workshop with Jane LaFazio!
And come back soon for my final post, telling you all about the Friday night Artists' Faire, and my Basic Bookbinding for Beginners class with Seth Apter!