Thursday, January 2, 2014

AlphabeThursday - G is for Glue It Tuesday

Too bad the last installment for Glue it Tuesday ended last week.  I had a lot of fun sitting at my desk and thinking of gluing projects for my art journal.  Belonging to a linky party, like Glue It Tuesday and AlphabeThursday, not only increases visits to your blog but also helps you find others with similar interests.  For me, it’s arts and crafts: writing, paper and now fabric.


Aimee at Artsyville  was the host of Glue It Tuesday.  I love the bright, fun colors she uses in her artwork.  Check out her washi tape that she is now designing.  They’re wonderful.  I’ve just bought one so far, called Secret Garden.

Here are some other artists who participated in the Glue It Tuesday Blog Hop:


Last year, iHanna’s Blog worked on 365 collages.  That’s a lot of glue!  Here’s a favorite of mine, from December called Welcome to my World.


heARTfully inspired by Linda makes the most unique cards.  You can find them in many art magazines, including Somerset Studio.  And you all know how I love calendars; this is one of Linda’s, for the month of December.


There are so many projects that Diane writes about in her blog A Focused Journey (finding a focus on the other side of 50).   Here’s a  favorite post, called Optimism.


And who says that one art project has to fulfill one blog hop or prompt.  Cheryl over at The Stylish Studio reminds us of ways for using colored paper.  And I have a lot of colored paper!


Hope you enjoyed visiting Glue It Tuesday.  Remember, find your interests online and join other bloggers - it will enrich your time online.  And of course, come by Ms Jenny's blog, "Off on my Tangent" and see what other bloggers chose for the Letter G. 

17 comments:

pasqueflower said...

Inspiring works! I especially like the Welcome to My World and The Stylish Studio pieces.
Happy New Year!

Sarah~Magnolia Surprise said...

Oh, really like the chandelier and the red Christmas trees!
Speaking of glue, here's a discovery I made... Scotch has a new (well, new to me) wrinkle-free glue stick. I use it to glue down my shipping labels and not a wrinkle in sight! Just thought I'd pass that on -- not that I see wrinkles but just because it's so cool. Hey, maybe I should use it around my eyes!

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

They are all wonderful!

Love all this creativity...

Karen S. said...

Oh my goodness how fun! I especially like the Christmas tree designs! I just may have to try it myself!

acreativeharbor.com said...

Great post for G ~ lots of neat and creative glues ~ Happy New Year to you ~ carol, xxx

BeadedTail said...

Everyone is so creative! I really need to learn how to wrok with paper! It looks like so much fun!

Splendid Little Stars said...

so inspiring!
I still have hopes of art journaling. I got a couple inspiring books from the library today. I'm trying to think so some themes.

Gattina said...

That tape is really gorgeous !

Duni said...

Hi Deb!
those are fun collages! I like working with paper too! Fabrics are, of course, my first love :)
Looking forward to seeing your fabric creations!
wishing you the happiest and most fulfilling year ever!

Linda said...

How kind of you to share these lovely blogs and projects from GIT-including mine( a sweet surprise). I remember them all. I was lucky to win a set of six of Aimee's tapes-and love them-the vibrant colors and designs are FAB. Happy 2014!

Cathy Kennedy said...

Good golly - great DIY fun! I wish I were more gifted like you and your blogger buds. Gosh, I just can't believe it's already a new year. Here's hoping 2014 is full of promising opportunities for you filled with much happiness, good health, and fortune! :)

NatureGirl said...

Love those Christmas cards…stealing that idea!!!

Andria said...

Thank you for sharing these Glue It Tuesday links. Aimee's link-up parties were great, weren't they? Glue, paper, fabric... these are a few of my favorite things! :-)

Wandering Wren said...

Pass the glue over I'm feeling creative - thank you for inspiring me to get back to my inner creative!
Wren x

Lola said...

So much creativity -wonderful!

edenhills said...

Sounds like a lot of fun! I've really enjoyed meeting other people with similar interests through blogging as well.

Jenny said...

Goodness gracious... There are so many glorious glued masterpieces here!

Thanks for sharing them with us for the letter "G".

Great job!

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