Hello,we here at IMAGINariums are so pleased to announce that our owner, Tina Riley, has been chosen to be a designer for the Helmar Creative Team.
Hello,we here at IMAGINariums are so pleased to announce that our owner, Tina Riley, has been chosen to be a designer for the Helmar Creative Team. Perhaps you are wondering what the heck is a design/creative team? Or maybe you are not familiar with Helmar. Well first things first. In many arenas, and in this instance, art world; companies or individual artists solicit makers to become a part of a creative design team to make art or crafts using the company’s products. Then those projects are shared on social media. Helmar is an Australian company that manufactures all types of glue, adhesives and glue related products.
Paper, and glue, and sharing-oh my! Tina’s very first project for Helmar is two no sew projects in one. It is a recycle project using Helmar fabric glue.
We know folks had to watch the Superbowl during this podcast, so guess what? We have provided you with the podcast replay right here.
IMAGINariums owner talks with Antionette Blake, the DelBlogger, about what’s going on at Tina Riley IMAGINariums. She touches on family bonding, using all forms of art to make connections and there is even a dramatic presentation to kick off the Black History Month Celebration.
I was invited by my friend and fellow artist, Karen, to be a guest designer on the Word Art Wednesday blog. I am honored that this project is showcased in my first blog post. Welcome to the Tina Riley IMAGINariums blog.
The idea of the Word Art Wednesday blog is to challenge the participant to make art: cards, mixed media etc. using the the word art of the week. The word art is usually a scripture from the Christian bible. Be sure to click on the link above to read the detailed instructions, enter the challenge, or become a giveaway sponsor.
For today’s project I made a 6″ x 6″ greeting card.
Those who know me well know that I challenge myself to use scraps. So after making all those BCA(Breast Cancer Awareness) projects, mostly everything I had left was pink. I’ll be back with another project later this month.
Let us know in the comments what wondrous work that you are thankful for.