Cloth Paper Scissors, November/December 2014 Digital Edition

Celebrate 10 years of mixed-media brilliance with the Cloth Paper Scissors Magazine 10th anniversary issue!
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Celebrate 10 awesome years of mixed-media ideas, projects & inspiration with the Cloth Paper Scissors November/December 10th Anniversary Issue!

Hear from Jeannine Stein, Cloth Paper Scissors Editorial Director:
"Ten years ago this magazine hit the newsstands and subscriber mailboxes with a bang, and what an incredible decade it's been. Looking back over the extraordinary art that's been featured in these pages I feel a mixture of joy, respect, and gratitude: joy at the breadth and caliber of the artwork, respect for the talented artists who have contributed their exceptional artwork, and gratitude for our loyal, enthusiastic community that inspires us to do what we do."

In this issue of Cloth Paper Scissors you'll find:

  • Character Art Pieces with fabric & stitch by Shirlee McGuire
    "I draw inspiration for my pieces from many sources, but I especially enjoy using characters from classic books, fairy tales, history, and film, and then exploring other sides of their imagined personas."
  • Compose As-You-Go - collage designs for cards and posters by Nancy Overton
    "I make the individual elements of a design one at a time, move the elements around on the page, and then add to them or change them until every piece looks like it has found its right place. Only then do I glue the elements to the background to make a finished design."
  • Nail Polish Decals by Laurel Nathanson
    "Being a high school jewelry shop teacher has taught me many things over the years. When one of my students came into class with marbleized polished fingernails, I was struck with how cool they were and had to know how she did it. While watching this process, I fell in love with the colorful, trippy concentric circles, and I knew I had to find a way to use this process for art making."
  • Simple Vintage Assemblage Jewelry with romantic resin pendants by Andrea Verrill
    "Bring your junk jewelry back to life by recycling it into unique pieces of assemblage jewelry. Like many women, I have a box full of jewelry that I never wear but don't have the heart to throw away. After discovering the art of assemblage, I have found that old bracelets can be used to build new necklaces, and the gaudy earring missing its mate can make a pretty charm. I love the idea of wearing something beloved by someone from the past as a way to honor him or her."
  • Gelli Jumpstart Journals - layered prints made easy by Patti Tolley Parrish
    "I love my Gelli® plate. I can sit for hours and make print after print on this silicone monoprinting plate. One day I sat in my studio and looked at my stack of prints and thought, this is ridiculous. I need to do something with all these papers. The idea of making a journal with them came to me, but I'm not much of a book maker. So I started thinking about how I could make a journal that would be easy for a rookie like me."
  • Vibrant Layered Collaged Cards by Kristin Peterson
    "As a mixed-media artist I save everything—and I have a very hard time throwing anything away, even small scraps of paper. Sometimes I like to challenge myself to create art using only scraps that can be found either on my desk or on the floor of my studio. This is how these cards came about."
  • Mixed-Media Mosaics - designing with papers, beads, and embellishments by Geri Degruy
    "I have a passion for using small items as building blocks to create larger, artistic creations, and I love the intricately pieced look of mosaics. Even though traditional mosaics are gorgeous, making them involves special equipment, cutting tiles, and dealing with messy grout. Worth it, but...I found an easier way."
  • Results from our Black, White, & Read All Over reader challenge
    "Our readers were challenged to create a small ornament using old book pages (preferably pre-1923 or public domain) and any materials and embellishments from their stash, as long as they fit on an ATC-size ornament. As always our readers rose to the occasion, and we received close to a hundred entries! These little creations would be a delight to have hanging in any room, any time of year!"

You'll find all these features, projects, and inspiration in this issue—download or order your copy today!

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