Welcome to my Book Arts site. Please feel free check out the information pages and tutorials. Also, if you find any of the information useful, please drop me a note (jackie at tjbookarts dot com) and let me know.

Calendar

October 2008
M T W T F S S
« Aug   Dec »
 12345
6789101112
13141516171819
20212223242526
2728293031  




Sign up for our newsletter!

October 31, 2008

Happy Halloween!

Filed under: Morning Musings — jackie @ 5:50 am

Happy Halloween

• • •

October 4, 2008

Fall is finally here in the southland…

Filed under: Morning Musings — jackie @ 8:36 am

Good morning dear readers.

Holy cr*p. Has it actually been over a month since I posted? I didn’t mean to be away so long.

I’ve been horribly busy here. I am taking three studio classes and a graphic arts course at the college this semester as well as teaching two digital photography and a couple of book arts classes. All of which keeps me constantly on the go.

I also signed up to participate in the Handmade Parade Craft Bazaar in November which means I’ve got to start  getting organized and preparing books to have for sale.

I am so ready for fall this year.  Fall is also the time to be thinking about getting new calendars for the 2009 year. For all you Chameleon owners, check out the DIY Planner site for some downloadable calendar pages that can be modified to fit your cover.

I’m happy to see that the Book Arts Forum is bustling. We’ve got alot of new discussion activity and new members. If you haven’t been over in a while definitely check it out as there are some great conversations going on.

Of note…

Jan Allsopp has an interview with artist and bookmaker Sara Bowen on her blog.

This has been mentioned on a few other blogs recently but it’s worth mentioning again as it’s a fun idea.  Photojojo has a great tutorial on how to make flipbooks using Photoshop. (Think holiday gifts)

I promise not to be away so long again.

• • •

All Content and Images Copyright unless otherwise noted. All Rights Reserved.

Powered by WordPress |•| Wordpress Themes by priss