She explains each project so that it sounds truly doable. I know I'd love to try my hand at textured printmaking now that I've seen how it's accomplished.
This printed paper wallet is quite nifty. Vicki details how to make it, but first you'll need access to weeds... I can send you some, ha! She arranged them on a sheet of paper, photocopied it, and constructed the wallet with a few simple cuts and folds. It would make a nice little holder for business or credit cards.
Vicki decorated these glass candle holders by first sketching a paisley design and then turned it into a colorful covering for all three pillars by making copies, adhering them to the glass with Mod Podge, and adding a final coat as a sealant.
She has an Etsy shop where you'll find an assortment of illustrated masks along with handmade books, prints, cards, and more. The owl or fox would be perfect for Halloween, make believe, or wall art. Vicki uses pastels and copies the richly colored images onto card stock.
One last project to show you today... this jumping jack paper doll is also in Vicki's shop, but if you'd like to make one for a child or better yet, with a child, you'll find the directions here.
Visit Vicki's blog, Etsy shop, and see another couple of projects she did earlier this year for Whip Up... making handmade paper from newspaper and crafting assemblages. Thanks for sharing your talents, Vicki!