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Mixed Media Art Book

When I was a kid, I love discovering how stuff works or what is it made of. I remembered I cut off my rag doll's nose out of curiosity what was is made of. Poor doll spent all it's entire life nose-less.
I brought that same attitude as an adult. But I don't tear every other stuff I am curious about since I learned how to read!
I met Cindy Adkin's on my early blogging days. Since then, I admired her collages and other artworks! I wondered how and what her arts were made of and how she became successful with it, until she reveals it...

In new book called 'Mixed Media Art': Living Your Passion, not only she shared stories of her passion for art began, but she also shared how to live it! It is a very short read books full of tips and inspirations! I loved reading every single page of it! It opened a different perspective that ANYthing can be a canvas, from matchboxes, cigar boxes, tins and everything!

This Cindy's latest Collage Creation. Hop on to her blog and check-out her other creations for more of your eye's pleasure :)


  1. Hello,
    I visited your blog today - I saw you on 'Art, Books, Tea.' Your blog is so pretty, and I love all your photos. The Wedding Leftover Jar is so sweet and reminds me of my daughter who is getting married next Fall. That purple cake is delightful! Me and my daughters started a new blog, and we would love it if you could visit us and follow. I would enjoy coming back to visit with you. Your blog is filled with beauty, and I am leaving here today with a smile. I hope to hear from you, and have a lovely evening.
    ~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

  2. I just bought Cindy's book and can't wait to read it and start creating! She's such a fabulous artist. Thanks for stopping by tonight to help cheer me up! lol I'm feeling much better. You're right - times like those are good for meditating and/or writing! I like to say my moods prove I'm an artist! :)
    Hugs & Love, Cindy

  3. Cindy is a true delight. I am glad you discovered her. :)

  4. Thank you for introducing me to Cindy!

    ps I bought the metal wall hangers from HomeSense, I think it's called HomeGoods in the U.S.



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