Join me for Art-Full Attache and follow my progress through creating a 30+ page journal that's fit to burst at the seams.
Full of color and my unique collage work, you'll get key insights into my joyous signature style while learning how you can create your very own delicious journal in a step-by-step guide that lets you choose when you want to study. Our mission is to layer, paint, and stitch together an altered attaché ready for your personal narrative.
Are you ready to be inspired and create your best journal yet? Sign up today and receive immediate access to the Art-Full Attaché course!
"Art-Full Attaché is true to Roben-Marie’s incredible teaching style, she is so very thorough and informative on what and how to do each technique. She teaches so well that it’s like she is in the room with you. I love that when you take her class you really can use what you have at home and don’t have to go spend a fortune to be able to do the class. She has made me a better and braver artist; I have actually completed her classes. This is her best class yet!"
"I am absolutely in LOVE with Art-Full Attache! I love journaling and I love bookbinding so this workshop is one big joy for me and I love the fact that you take us from the full beginning up to the end of making the journal as well as playing on the pages. Super awesome!"
"Art-Full Attaché is like no other workshop I’ve taken. It is full of easy to follow information on making the cover and pages featuring your beautiful artwork. It’s rare to find a workshop that will lead you start to finish all inclusive which this workshop is all about. I appreciate how much time you have devoted to it and can’t wait to fill it up with photos and all the cool things collected on trips."
"This was the most fabulous art class I have ever taken! Roben-Marie is the most outstanding teacher. She is so thorough and detailed! You definitely get your money's worth and more with her classes!"
Roben-Marie provides ideas, inspiration and quality instruction for hobbyists and art entrepreneurs. She teaches artists from beginners to those making a living from their art through her blog and her popular online workshops.
As an artist, instructor and woman of faith, her mission is to serve others and help them get the most out of their art as a hobby, or as a business. Her own desire to learn and unquenchable curiosity keeps her fingers messy and her heart happy.
Roben-Marie has been an artist for the last ten years, and is self-taught, so she believes that anyone can cultivate their creative spark. She’s taught mixed media art workshops and retreats across the U.S. and her work has been featured in countless books and industry magazines including: Journal It!, The Artist Unique, Creative Letting Workshop, Art Saves, Exhibition 36, Journal Revolution, A World of Artist Journal Pages, 1000 Artist Journal Pages, "Somerset Studio," "Art Journaling," "Green Craft," "Artist' Cafe," "Artful Blogging," "Legacy," "Somerset Memories," "Somerset Life," "Somerset Apprentice" and "Somerset Gallery."
NOTE: Once you register, a more comprehensive
There are a few items that are “necessary” to the project:
I use a classification folder for the base of the journal as well as paper that is 12 x 18 in size. I have a limited number of mini starter kits
that contain the folder, paper and clear pocket that we will use in the
workshop. You can certainly purchase these online or visit your local
office supply store. If you can’t locate the larger paper, then go with
paper that is 12 x 9 and I will show you in a video how to create the
pages with the smaller size as an alternative to the larger paper. In
addition, I use the store bought
Mini Starter Kit: 1 folder, 10 pages and 1 clear pocket
Assortment of scrap papers such as old book papers, ledger papers, file folder, etc.
Anthropologie catalog or other catalog.
One gift bag with handles. Fabric handles are nice as they will become the handles of our attache. I use an Anthropologie bag.
Piece of cardstock or paper cut to 2 x 11 – used for the sewing template in binding of the pages.
Old key card
Cracker or cereal bag (this is clear bag that crackers or cereal is package in).
Three (3) pieces of 12 x 12 scrapbook paper.
Envelopes – security, vellum, etc.
Assorted letter/number stickers and/or rubons.
Stabilo Marks All Pencil
Assorted Acrylic Paints: White, Black and Assorted Colors
Adhesive (I use UHU Glue Stick and Collage Pauge)
Book Binding Needles
Wax Thread for Book Binding
Hole Punch - 1/4"
Masking and Washi Tapes
Sewing Machine: used mainly for decorative touches. If you don't have a sewing machine you can tape, glue and staple items instead of sewing.
Assorted Rubber Stamps
Variety of artsy cards, paper, tabs, etc.