Monday, September 06, 2010

Who loves inspiration and a giveaway?
Altered Art Cirus! Front Cover
If you want to be inspired, escape to a magical circus and enter in a giveaway, then take a stroll over to Mod Podge Rocks, where Amy Anderson has written a wonderful review on my book: Altered Art Circus, shares her favorite parts of the book, showcased some new works adapted from it and is hosting a giveaway, where one lucky winner will receive:

A copy of Altered Art Circus AND a few sheets of paper and ephemera from my scrapbook line to get you started on your own magical adventure.

Many of the projects from the book are made using various Plaid products, especially mod podge or as I spelled Modge Podge in parts of the book, lol, my lingo, hey I'm from NJ, lol.

There are easy to create projects from the book, an image gallery in the back for you to photo copy and use in your works. I remind you this book is for the fun at heart person, someone looking to escape to their own artful world and meet some friends along the away. if you are the experienced artist, this is a fun book to help you get inspired and learn some new techniques.

My fave projects from the book are:
-The Circus Carts
I began re-creating the circus carts using my handmade dolls and storybook characters in place of images. This is the box I did the demo of at CHA:
Oliver's Wizard Carnival Cart! 4
-The Carnival Toys
-Frame Book
-Fairy Bulb Wands and Jars
Here is another version of the bulb wand:
Candy Tinkersby! Pixie Orb!2
-The Traveling Bumbelina's
Here is another version of the Traveling Bumbelina's Project which uses poker chips as the base. In this project I turned the poker chips into small chairs. I'll post the project instructions on how to create the poker chip chairs this week. Also in this photo is another version of the jar fairies, which I used a wine glass instead of a glass jar.
Polly The Pixie Wizard and Chairs! 4
-The Cone Doll Hats/Tussie Mussies/Centerpieces
I have begun creating Candy Cones adapted from the Tussie Mussie Project from my book. Inside you will find a template for these, which you can en-largen or shrink to make various sized cones. Turn into candy cones, flower cones, party cones or hats. Perfect for favors at a party or event, create mini ones for a garland or use in a wreath.
Candy Cones! 2

At CHA this past year I did a demo on the circus carts using new techniques such as my model magic dolls/characters, and vintage trimmings. I've re-created new atcs, books and wands using the original projects from it.

To enter the giveaway visit: Mod Podge Rocks
http://modpodgerocks.blogspot.com/2010/09/altered-art-circus-book-review-and.html


This week in celebration of the giveaway I will be dedicating my blog to project how-to's and new adapted projects from my book, stay tuned!
xoxo
Lisa!

7 comments:

Miss Rhea said...

Its all adorable Lisa ! Congratulations on the book :)

Poetic Dreams said...

I surely entered the chance to win ya lovely book! Been following ya for some time and enjoy ya entries. I love ya unique style.
Hugs, Poe

Incipient Wings said...

Lisa how exciting! I love your book!it's very inspirational and full of eye candy.those little chairs are adorable.

Mod Podge Amy said...

Thanks for the mention Lisa - it was SO fun to do your book review! xo

faerie enchantment said...

Thanks so much everyone, you all rock! Sending you each some magic and Joy!
xoxo
Lisa!

P.S. Hope you enjoy the book!

jengd said...

I was actually introduced to you through Amy's post and giveaway and then managed to win it! I love your book! I've always been a very "straight-lines and everything in it's place" kind of person so your altered art is quite a ways out of my comfort zone. However, between the book as a bit of a guide and the other items in the giveaway, I'm really looking forward to trying something new! Thanks so much!

faerie enchantment said...

I'm so glad you came by to visit and introduce yourself. I have lots of new things in store and products coming soon. If you ever have questions, I'm here to help and answer!

Have a magic filled day,
Lisa!