Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Brandywine designs.....

 The third artist we would like to introduce you to is -

Brandy Faulkner 
Brandy is the owner and sole proprietor of Brandywine Designs.
 She is a  wife to a super supportive, goofy guy, mom to a unbelievably compassionate,
creative son, step mom to two boys, and a backyard farmer. Brandy has lived in Texas  
her whole life. Creating and designing is her passion and obsession. Brandy is a self
taught artist with a background in Environmental Science Technology.  Her style
and likes change daily but she thinks she will always love homemade, vintage style!

  Brandy has been blessed to have been published in these magazines:
Somerset Life Winter 2009
Winter Blogging Winter 2009
Somerset Life Spring 2008
Coming Soon Better Home and Gardens Halloween Issue 2010
 My motto is Make Everyday Magic!
Get to know her better at:

Autumn Blessings Flip Book

Autumn is my favorite time of year. I love to slow down and count my blessings when the leaves start to turn glorious colors,  families come together to bake and cook,  and the garden offers its bounty.  Come count your blessings with me and make this Autumn flip book and holder. The book  has many layers of new and vintage ribbons, papers, gems, glitter, and embellishments. It will have places for you to journal what your thankful for, record your favorite fall memories, and add autumn pictures.  You will also make a Plexiglas holder that can adorn your home year around. The holder will have antique mother of pearl buttons, real silver glitter, and vintage lace.  In the class you will learn many  techniques you need for that vintage distressed look.  All the supplies are include. You can however,  bring Fall stamps (rubber or acrylic), photos, and any little collected treasures you might want to add.  So come on over and creatively put your blessings to paper to remember what your thankful for.

1 comment:

  1. This looks amazing! I've been a huge fan of Brandy's work for ages now. I wish I could take part, but I can't. I hope the weekend goes well, it all looks fab!