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Welcome! Artfully Musing is a blog dedicated to sharing art and the techniques and products used. I'll be showcasing collage, altered and mixed media art as well as miniature. I hope you'll check back often and are inspired. Thanks for visiting! Laura

Sunday, February 25, 2018

STREETS OF PARIS EVENT - SPRING 2018

This series of projects involve the construction of various shops you might find in Paris.
   
In a series of video tutorials share every detail construction and assembly detail with you much fun as I’ve been having.  In addition to the shops themselves, I cover all kinds of other details such as making display cases and accessories like polymer clay sweets and foods, miniature shoes, purses, dresses, and perfume bottles.

I've also created many new collage sheets and digital image sets for this project plus free images for you to download,  you'll find the details in each of the shop blog posts down below.

(Apothecary Antiseptics Diagnostics Prescriptions Pharmacy)




MINIATURE PURSES, SHOES, PERFUME BOTTLES, COSMETICS & JEWELRY
The third tutorial, MINIATURE Purses, Shoes, Perfume Bottles, Cosmetics & Jewelry is now available.  Click here for details.
BUILDING STRUCTURE TO HOUSE THE SHOPS
The fourth tutorial covering how to build the structure that will house all of the shops.  Each shop will be covered in a separate video.
The fifth tutorial covering putting together the chocolate shop.
The sixth tutorial covering putting together the cafe.
The seventh tutorial covering putting together the flower shop.

Mason de la Mode
The eight tutorial covering putting three rooms and a bay window for a house of fashion.






Libairie Ancienne & Moderne
The ninth tutorial covering a bay window for a bookstore.


Street Painter - Peddler's Cart
The tenth tutorial covering a mini outdoor scene of a street painter located in front of the shops.

ELEVATOR

The eleventh tutorial covering adding an elevator to the center of the shops.
Apothecary Antiseptiques Diagnostic Prescriptions Pharmacy

The twelfth tutorial covering the bay window for an apothecary.

6 comments:

Margie said...

Sounds very interesting - I look forward to seeing your work Laura.

Jeanie said...

Fun, Laura. And did you do the splendid painting on your banner? I love it!

Linda Knox said...

How exciting. Can't wait.

Jackie P Neal said...

This sounds so fun and so exciting Laura! Looking forward...
Jackie xo

Carmen Conners said...

Ok Laura...I’m going to HATE myself for this, but I feel it’s only fair to mention: why aren’t you charging for these tutorials???? I’ve paid for less instruction, substandard (compared to yours) construction, and I’m simply mystified as to why you go through all this trouble for free!!! I get that, as an artist, it’s about sharing. BUT, there are a decent number of us (I hope!) that would love the chance to pay it back to you. Ive CASEd more of your stuff than anyone; in fact, I’ve done this with more of yours than all the rest, combined. You’ve given enough away for a lifetime..;come on, let us help!!! If you insist, you can refrain from charging me, since it was my idea. But that’s it. ���� no matter what, thank you for all the tutorials and hours you’ve spent photographing and video taping on our behalf. I’m a huge fan-as you know, by now-and I truly appreciate everything you do? And yes.:.you better believe I’m making the French village!!!

Diane D. said...

I love Paris! I've been there many times so I am so excited to see this series of stores!