Oct 14, 2013

Sisters with Attitude and Craft Attitude

Hello everyone!

I'm excited to announce the Sisters with Attitude project will be shared over the next 2 weeks on the Craft Attitude website and Facebook page.  Sisters with Attitude is a project created by Trudi Sissons of Two Dresses Studio.  She pulled together this project to feature my Tumble Fish Studio (TFS) images (available at DeviantScrap.com), my Tumble Fish Studio Creative Team's artwork, and the incredible products from Craft Attitude.  Most of the TFS Creative Team made art pieces using Craft Attitude art film for the first time to participate in this project and the results were amazing. 

Be sure to visit the Craft Attitude website and Facebook page (linked above) every day October 14- October 27 to see new artwork from the TFS Creative Team and get inspired to try some Craft Attitude art film yourself!

I first heard of Craft Attitude back in January 2012 at the Craft Hobby Association convention here in  Los Angeles.  I had to have some as soon as I saw it and then wrote an article for Deviant Scrap's zine we had at the time, The Deviant Muse.  I thought I'd share that tutorial (c.summer 2012) with you here too.  You may notice in the photos in the article, when Craft Attitude first launched it was called "Kodak Shoe Art Film" but has since changed its name to Craft Attitude.  It IS the same product.   This article was for a summer issue of The Deviant Muse, but no matter the season, you'll find a million ways to play with Craft Attitude.


Though I've had a great time playing with Craft Attitude films, I'm still rather inexperienced with it.  You can find tons of tutorials, ideas, and information on the Craft Attitude website so be sure and stop by! 


peggy gatto said...

This is totally he best idea ever!!!
I once did some flats with washi paper. Now I am goin try this, thanks!!!

LanasArtStudio said...

I love this so much....definatelly will use for upcoming holiday presents!!! Thank you for sharing!

Lorraine said...

These are SO cool Marsha! Have not been to visit for just AGES so thought it was about time. I gave one of your cards as a birthday gift today which was of course most appreciated. Hugs.