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From Phone or Camera to Project - this video-based class gets those lovely photos off your camera roll and onto FOUR artsy mixed media photo projects perfect for display or gifting. I will share with you the process I use to prepare my photos to send off to my local printer or print at home and/or my favorite online sources.

Step-by-step video tutorials take you through the process of creating these four artful projects. Follow along in my style or in your own - your choice. These projects are especially designed for any skill level. Beginners will be comfortable while advanced students can take off and make these as detailed as they desire. This class is for everyone, yes, YOU!

Original Release Date: March 2014


“I am loved this class…All your workshops are so very well done. As a career teacher, I know an outstanding teacher when I see one. Thank you for sharing your talents in such a professional, non-threatening style. I really adore how you do your backgrounds." ~Jane

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"I love everything about these videos. I like how detailed you are in your teaching. I'm learning so much. Thank you for taking the time to make these for us." ~Wendy

Workshop Curriculum


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"What a great workshop AGAIN ! Very organized site, straight to the point, excellent video's and very motivating." ~Sophie

 

Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish and how long do I have access to the course?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish. How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like.
Will you show me how to use my camera, give me recommendations for the perfect camera or teach HOW to take photos?
No, this workshop does not cover a review of cameras or how to shoot your photos. This workshop is about getting those photos off of your camera or cell phone and into a format that can be used to create artsy projects. I show you how "I" do it and then we create the projects using the photos. Lots of techniques thrown in and ideas that can be used with or without photos.
Will you show me how to use photo editing software other than Photoshop?
No, I am going to show how I prepare my photos for printing using Photoshop on a Mac. Once you see the basics, they can be adapted to any photo editing software. I am sorry I can't offer assistance with other software or computers.
Can I watch on my iPad or smartphone?
If everything is up-to-date on your IPAD and/or smart phone, there should be no problem using them.
Are videos available for download?
No, videos are not available for download. Once you pay for the class you have access for as long as you wish. Come back to the videos over-and-over for inspiration.
May I share access or get a refund?
One student per purchase. No splitting/sharing classes, please! The tuition is non-refundable once access has been given to registrants.

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Your Instructor


Roben-Marie Smith
Roben-Marie Smith

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, blogger, woman of faith and the owner of Paperbag Studios, LLC, 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."


SUPPLIES

Washi tape - assorted
Two (2) Catalog envelopes - I used 9” x 12”
Assorted scrap papers: old book pages, ledger paper, scrapbook paper, etc.
Masking tape
Black ink pad for rubber stamping
Photos - from your camera or cell phone
Rubber stamps - use what you have but I used these:
Mixed Media Essentials Rubber Stamps:
X Marks, Scalloped Border, Small Chevron
Large Circle Doodle stamp from Journal Impression Rubber stamp sheet
Sewing machine and thread - I do offer some options if you do not have a sewing machine.
Black paper or cardstock - one sheet about 8 ½ x 11
Small tipped paint brush - My favorite is the Bob Ross Eye Brush
Water jar and ruler
Optional - I used some of my Art Pops™ Sticker Tape and Sticker Shapes but you can use washi tape and create your own paper circles:
Wait For Me Sticker Tape and Small Mixed Media Circle Sticker Sheets
Book cover - torn from an old book
Regular No. 2 pencil
“Found” words cut from an old book
Two manila shipping tags: I used 3 1/8 x 6 1/4

Assorted Stencils: I used:
She Was as Fair as is the Rose in May - Red Lead Paperworks
Chevron - Red Lead Paperworks
Beach Balls - Read Lead Paperworks
Punchanella
Security envelope - our bills are mailed in these.
Six (6) pieces of white paper (regular computer paper is fine) - cut to: 8 ½ x 6 ½
Golden Heavy Body Titanium White Acrylic Paint
UHU Glue stick
Stabilo Marks All Pencil Black
Watercolor Pencils - Optional
Amsterdam Olive Green Light Acrylic Paint
Newsprint Paper or other papers to use in covering the portfolio.
Golden Fluid Acrylic Paint - Raw Umber
Pallet Knife
Amsterdam Sky Blue Light Acrylic Paint
Golden Neon Fluorescent Pink Acrylic Paint
Golden Fluid Acrylic Green Gold
Book awl/paper piercer
Book binding needles
BIC Wite-Out Shake N’ Squeeze Pen
Scissors - I use Martha Stewart Scissors
Chip paint brush
Tresemme hair spray
Signo Uniball White Gel Impact Pen
Ohto Fude Ball 1.5 pen - I use this pen, but you can use any black doodle pen. A note about this pen: The Ohto Fude Ball pens are actually ball pens made to write like brush pens. It has broad lines, great for writing names and addresses on postcards, but writes smoothly and lusciously like a brush. The ball tip makes it easier to control and use the pen for writing compared to a brush pen. I like how smooth it is and it writes perfectly over dried paint.
Fiskars 1/8” hole punch
Twine or Hemp Cord
Dylusions Spray Inks (by Ranger): Bubblegum Pink, Fresh Lime, Lemon Zest
Wax linen thread black, 3 or 4 ply
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Stains: Wild Honey and Shabby Shutters

Letter size file folders - One folder