Gina Piazza on the Cricut Blog! OMGosh she shows us how to make realistic looking feathers from paper. I have a "thing" for Mingo (Ed Ames from the old Daniel Boone television series) and this puts me a bit closer to figuring out a Mingo-inspired project. (Ok- maybe my Mingo love isn't news you needed to know but definitely check out Gina's Caught Our Eye feature!)
Curt Jensen's blog! Wow! Finally a blog not from a stylist, but from an actual illustrator who designs the images on Cricut Cartridges! Fun insight and a great blog! He has a challenge up through November 11 featuring one of the cartridges he designed, Campin Critters. I have to thank Sis Patterson for emailing me about this blog!
- The company is Ryonet Corporation (silkscreeningsupplies.com)
- To place an order for Yudu Cardshop screens, call Ashley Rudolph at Ryonet Corp 1-800-314-6390 ext 133. To ask questions, you can email Ashely at email@example.com
- Price for 24-110 mesh $13.00 each
- Price for 125-180 mesh $13.50 each
- Price for 200-280 mesh $14.50 each
- Price for 305-355 mesh $15.50 each
- Price for 380-420 mesh $17.00 each
- There is a two week lead time for the screens since they are a new product -per Ashley in her email to me. This is good to know for anyone who is used to Ryonet's usually super speedy delivery.
- Note: These are blank Yudu Cardshop screens. You will need a regular Yudu or other device to burn your images into the screen!
*****************Edited December 28, 2011 to add:
I received my Yudu Cardshop screens! It took six weeks to them, which is longer than I was originally told, but they are FANTASTIC. They have metal frames just like the other Ryonet screens for Yudu and they are just perfect. I just wanted to pass on the lead time change!***************
Art From Friends to see some of the beautiful works of art that have been sent to me from the crafty geniuses I know! I have also added some info on altering figures as well as pages that feature answers to questions I receive the most. I hope the new features are interesting to you and help to make my blog work more efficiently.
Best wishes... and I promise, my next post (tomorrow) will feature a project!!