Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Take The Paper Route

Coffee-stained handmade papers, burnt edges, textures, wax on paper....yummy. For the first time my paper collage workshop is available on DVD. I take rich, textured papers, dip them in coffee, dry them, iron them, sew them....in other words treat them like fabric. As a matter of fact, I think I mistakenly refer to them as fabric more than once in the video. :-)
This is the very fun project on the workshop...abstract painting...with paper!
The possibilities are endless. Create abstracts, add images...go to town.
You can print an image on paper and add to your collage.


All you need to get going.

The workshop DVD comes in a handmade paper pouch with a layered paper collage and gypsy image on the front. An assortment of already coffee-stained papers gives you the ability to get right to work.

 I show you a really different way to make a fabric collage piece....out of paper!

Get your DVD and coffee-stained papers on the front page at Collage Camp. Working with these papers is such a delicious experience I feel just fine in saying...."Bon Appetite!

7 comments:

Dorthe said...

Dear KC, your DVD pouch looks just beautifull, and so does the papers you made redy to use.
I know the DVD will be a fantastic place to meet you, and learn from your wonderfull creativity and experience.
Love, Dorthe

Carol Mae said...

Hi KC, Love the art you did with coffee stained paper, I will have to give it a try. Thanks for sharing this with us all. Hugs, Carol Mae

dix said...

K.C. These are fabulous. Love the torn corrugated paper. dix---

laura said...

Hi K.C, you have no idea how much I enjoyed taking your class. Come visit my blog... I posted it. My mom is so in love with my book I have to make one for her! Love you. xoxo Laura

home of debi lynn designs said...

Hey girlfriend!
Beautiful as always! Hope you are doing well and staying warm? xo..deb

Whimsical Folk Art Blog said...

Just found your blog...I really like your art :)

Seth said...

These pieces all really speak to me!