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Saturday, May 4, 2013

Future Tutorial Polls

I’m in the process of planning tutorials for the summer and fall and would love to have your feedback on what you would like to see.

The next definite tutorial is Faberge inspired eggs.  With this tutorial in addition to the instructions I’ll have a template and some images that you will be able to download.  Below are a couple of picture of my eggs (made of paper) to show you what I mean.

During the Le Mysterieux Carnival event last October I had some requests for a tutorial on the Haunted Carousel which is made from a tin pie and cake pan (see the pictures below).

Would You Be Interested In a Tutorial on How to Make a Carousel

I’ve had a request for a paper shoes tutorial.

Would You Be Interested In a Tutorial on How To Make Paper Shoes

If there are other tutorials you would like to see please leave a comment on this post or email me using the Email Me Graphic in the right hand column of the blog. 
Your feedback is greatly appreciated!


Unknown said...

Your Fab. eggs are beautiful.

PeggyR said...

The eggs are gorgeous

OmaLindasOldeBaggsandStuftShirts said...

I always enjoy any and all of your tutorials....your art is so inspiring. I especially look forward the the merry go round....loved it then, love it now. Oma Linda

Debi said...

can't wait for the fab egg tut :) Debi x

Judys Lace Creations said...

Your work is just soooo richly coloured and wonderfully exotic.Love to see all the tutorials you are preparing.
Thanks so much!!

ike said...

Oooooh - yes - I would love to see how to make the eggs ..... pleeez give us your awesome secrets :-D xxxx

Diane at Craftin Your HeART Out! said...

Laura, It would not matter what your tutorials cover, all of your work is inspiring and gorgeous. The carousel is a definite favorite of mine for sure.

Thank you for everything you offer your followers.

Take care,

Dorthe said...

Dear Laura,
those eggs are stunning, just amazing what you can create with paper goodies!
Thankyou I would love to see a paper shoe tutorial, -how generous of you!!!
Hugs from Dorthe

Gidgetwitch said...

Laura, I absolutely LOVE your work. You have such STYLE in all that you do! I always get excited when I open that email from Artfully Musing! I would love to see a tutorial on a paper shoe! (I did vote) I can't wait to see what you have in store for this Halloween!

Suzanne Hooten

Holly M said...

I love all of your tutorials. I am interested in anything and everything you teach. My skill level is miles below yours, so if I had to ask for one tutorial, it might be for a sort of "skills improvement" lesson. But really, everything you do is fascinating to me.

smokeysmom said...

I would love a tutorial on paper shoes or a slipper :) Thanks Laura!

PEA said...

beautiful eggs, yes on the tutorials! I love your tutorials. They really help me to create something:)

Roxanne said...

hehe.....by the look of the results Laura....time to make a few tutorials! You know we love them ...and you! You inspire us...please make tutorials! yes yes! ;-)

Primitive Seasons said...

All those suggestions would be great, especially the paper shoes and carousel. I thought of a jointed paper doll, in your special style of course! Love three dimensional projects!


Carlene said...

Hi Laura,
I got hooked your your blog with the Potions and Poisons event. I loved making the apothacary and truely appreciate you sharing your talent. You are a standout for altered goodies:) I would love a tutorial on the carousel! That would definately be my first choice. And if you have any other projects altering cigar boxes, that might be cool, too. I've only been a blog follower since last August, so you may have gone over that already. But if you haven't, :)
Again, thanks for sharing your talent!

angiesuez said...

Just like Carlene - I loved the Potions and Poisons cabinet! The carousel and the entire carnival really excite me!
I lean a bit more towards Halloweenie type projects.

Cynthia said...

Yes, yes, yes, more the tutorials! The eggs are fab-u-lucious! It's all awesome, and you are so talented, Laura.

Electra said...

Love the eggs, that is something I would definitely try. I love all your tutorials, Laura!

Unknown said...

I just adore the second egg!!!
This is something I would really love to try and create and look forward to your tutorial on this!
I doubt my work will look as amazing as yours but I look forward to expanding my craftier side!

Happy Crafting

Joanne said...

I never, ever thought that my crafting journey would take me to projects such as yours, after all, I make greetings cards!!! but I just can't get enough of what you do mainly because you use some of the 'grungy' products I own. The only downfall for me is sourcing the embellishments, beads, papers etc here in the UK. P&P from the US has now become a 'no no'. Any tutorial for me is most welcome because, somehow, I will get the materials, if not now, then in the future. Next project - an Armoire then a few more bottles for my amazing Apothecary. Thank you for sharing your enthusiasm and talent.

Sandra said...

Hi Laura,
Your carrousel carnaval is a masterpiece. Of course, we'd love to see a tutrial on it ! You are a very generous person, thanks for sharing your knowledge with us :)
Sandra from Paris