Welcome to my stop on the Club Scrap® Trattoria Blog Hop! If you started on the Club Scrap blog, then you know this is the last blog hop for the Club Scrap Artist Team. I have been a member of Club Scrap® for many years and being a member of the Artist Team was just… Continue reading How About a Pizza Pie?
Welcome to my stop on the Club Scrap Artist Team Challenge Blog Hop! Today I’m utilizing elements from some of Club Scrap®’s digital kits to create a few “mash up” scrapbook layouts of our Thanksgiving adventure at Red Dirt! I loved going to Red Dirt when I was growing up. I have such fond memories of those Sunday afternoons… Continue reading Where the Wild Things Are
Music is a universal feature of the human experience. Every human culture has music. We are moved by it. We are inspired by it. We feel connected to it. It reflects something profound about who we are and our experience of the world. The power of an old song can trigger vivid memories that seem to transport us… Continue reading Behind Every Favorite Song is an Untold Story
It’s fall ya’ll! Well, almost…technically, the first day of fall is September 22 according to the Farmer’s Almanac, but it’s close enough for me! I’m ready for crisp fall days when I can turn off the A/C, open all the doors and windows, light a fire pit on the patio with no mosquitoes and have… Continue reading Today’s Special…WATERCOLOR!
Monday was the Great American Eclipse 2017 and we were “eclipsing” so hard! View this post on Instagram #Repost @thechrisbellino (@get_repost) ・・・ Suck it @nasa !! A post shared by Wendy Chapman Bellino (@wendy_c_b) on Aug 21, 2017 at 11:41am PDT View this post on Instagram Old schooling it #eclipsewatching ! That… Continue reading Man in the Moon
This month’s Club Scrap Artist Team Challenge Blog Hop was inspired by the July NBUS Challenge on the Club Scrap chat forum. The challenge is to make pages, cards, or other projects featuring a “frame” (or frames) designed using rubber stamps or stencils. I took a few creative liberties with this challenge…and made them frames… Continue reading Frame of Mine
Illusory works of art have a curious fascination. They represent a triumph of art over reality. They are illogic masquerading as logic. These are some of the first optical illusion photos taken of and by my Dad in the 60’s. There were lots more taken of us over the years! We LOVED when he would… Continue reading The Inky Art of Illusion