Friday, January 1, 2010

Saddle up for an adventure!

Saddle up and ride over to KC Willis Collage Camp! The Collage Camp is wonderful!! And KC she has reduced the original price of the camp from $98 to $75!! But you must act quickly because this offer will expire soon! Ride on over to KC's Collage Camp here and take a look around the camp. Or you can click on the KC Willis Collage Camp button on the right of my blog.If you have been reading my blog regularly over the past year, you know how much I enjoyed Collage Camp! And you will enjoy it too! KC packs her videos with all her techniques for creating the fabric collages she is famous for. You don't have to be a cowgirl to enjoy this Collage Camp!!! The techniques she shares with you are applicable to any artwork that you may want to have a vintage time-worn look! Or not!! The collage techniques are good for any fabric collage art work!
So, don't let the prairie grass grow under your feet! Ride over to KC Willis Collage Camp and have a look around the spread! Join in the fun! You won't be disappointed!!


CeCe said...

Ahhhhhhhhhhhhaaaaaaaaaa----You are so tempting me, Judy-----

Susan said...

Happy New Year! I've been trying to decide if I should take KC Willis' Collage Camp and now you post this temptation! Do you think it's worth it? I love what you've made since joining.

Paris Cowgirl said...

Judy, you said it perfectly, taking Collage Camp was an experience. Not only the learning but the bonding with other artists!

Minxy said...

These are just the sort of artwork i want to be able to create, there stunning... im off to investigate KC Collage camp right now
hugs minxy

Jan Vermillion-Thomason said...

hi, judy.
i just found your blog through Pinterest and while looking around, i found this post about kc.

i'm part of the collage camp, have the dvd, and have gone on one retreat with her (taylor, texas) and will be seeing her and taking another class in san angelo, texas, the first weekend of december.

it was wonderful to be surprised by finding you and your "kc" work. It's lovely - i love both pieces!!

warmly, jan