Anna Dabrowka’s Jump Start

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A couple of years ago Anna Dabrowska and I taught a self organized workshops together in Germany and we connected there instantly. I think it was Anna’s first workshop outside of Poland and now this super talented and wonderful chica is traveling the world 🙂

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My name is Anna Dąbrowska – Pękocka, also known as Finnabair from Warsaw, Poland.

I’m a woman of many interests: I’m a mixed media artist, scrapbooker and art journaler who loves new challenges, experiments and developing new techniques and skills.

I’ve been creating since 2007, started scrapbooking in 2008-2009 and mixed-media in 2009 when I got totally addicted. Through these years I’ve participated in group projects such as challenge and inspirational blogs (also as a founder), artist swaps, inspirational and charity events.

My projects are mostly media-based: I create paper and canvas layouts, collages and altered art, tags, journal pages – and many more. I love paint, texture and believe in power of recycling and upcycling. I just adore flea market supplies but also freestyle, careless creations:)

Some of my collages were shown on 3 group exhibitions in local galleries and my projects were displayed on the show organised by Craft & Hobby Association in the USA.

I teach classes in scrapbooking and mixed-media all over the world and create as a freelance designer for scrapbooking magazines. I support as a DT member such named manufacturers as Prima Marketing and Sizzix. Since October 2011 I’m a product designer and DT coordinator in 7 Dots Studio, Polish brand of papers and craft supplies. Since January 2013 I’m also starting my career as a product designer for Prima Marketing. I’m truly happy and excited to be here again, among the team of gifted, creative artists from all over the world!

Thank you again Nat, for launching this project – and inviting me in:) You are simply the best!

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I hope you enjoyed todays Jumpstart

Nat

Thank you for participating and making this year’s Creative JumpStart special!

Again this year we’re able to bring your Creative JumpStart Summit 2013 free. A lot of energy and love went into this event, and the work has been nonstop for months.

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Comments

  1. Veeeeeeerrry Clever! Love all your ideas! Can’t wait to try this!!

  2. thanks for a great video and the inspiration!!!

  3. S Mellows says:

    Kool! Love the presentation. Love the way you made and added to your journal, loved the photo alteriing, loved it all!

  4. denisse pagan says:

    really amazing, i love Anna. like like like. love the technique. love the video really love i like so much thank

  5. Fab!! Totally love this technique,I have so many photos, what fun I can have now! Thanks a bunch for sharing!

  6. Stacy Caddy says:

    Love the way you altered the photo… Thanks…

  7. I soooooooooo enjoyed your video Finn! Loved the techniques. Thank you!!!!!!!! I’m going to start playing with this technique on those less than perfect or double printed photos which usually end in the bin. I’ve got to start somewhere right?!?!!! 🙂

  8. That was sooooooooo much fun to watch Finn!!! I can’t wait to give this a go. Thanks!!! 🙂

  9. Loved this so much!!! fun stuff, will have to try. What is the music in this video? I loved it!

  10. I love Finnabair! She is amazing!

  11. Loved this one. I love the altering of the photos. Inspirational!

  12. Angela Bolton says:

    fabulous thanks for sharing, food for thought!

  13. great video and technique- love it!

  14. Now I see how you create and change the photos in your journals and artwork. You do beautiful work and thank you for sharing your techniques and ideas.

  15. loved watching the whole process and the putting it together thanks for sharingh

  16. Annie Day says:

    Thank you – clever and creative. I’m going to try this with my stash of photos.

  17. Heidi ~ AngelyDK says:

    über cool 🙂

  18. great idea to alter photos for journals, love it 🙂

  19. That was totally fun to watch! Thanks for sharing!

  20. fluffyash says:

    I have tried severqal times to leave a message and keep getting shut out becaus my password doesnt work!!! I love the class and you seem really fun/I’d like to hang out with you.Meow!

  21. Oh..wow!!!! Speechless!

  22. Thank you for this funny and beautiful video! I like the music too!! 🙂

  23. Wonderful techniques and such fun!

  24. Loved your video! Such fun to watch how you create – thanks for sharing your talents 🙂

  25. jacquerose says:

    That was so much fun to watch….I can’t wait to try it! I like the idea of using bits and pieces of the background as part of the page. I have soooooo many photos that are not very interesting, but I could cut them into pieces and use them this way! Terrific! Thank you for a great tutorial.

  26. What a totally fun idea I love it. It really shows what being free & unafraid to try things can achieve – a fantastic result. Thanks for the inspiration.

  27. Loved watching this video! Anna’s work is amazing!!

  28. I am already a big fan!!! Your video is so nice! I love the technique. I really like that you take photo of our time for your journal. It is very important for me that my journal is about me. Thank you very much. I hope you come back to Montréal so i can learn again from you!!!

  29. AmyMarie Riley says:

    Thanks for sharing some fun, inspiring ideas for mixed media projects and my scrapbooks!

  30. Thank you for this wonderful video!!! Hope to meet you someday again!!

  31. original, creative, looks easy to do at home and fun fun fun!!!
    Anna’s THE best!!!

  32. Loved your video Finn, you great on video and in person! Wish I was going back to Darwin again this year, have a great trip and say ‘hi’ to Rae 🙂

  33. Very creative! Never used photos like this before, but will start now! lol

  34. Interesting! I have sanded and scratched photos and even crazy cut them but I can’t say I have ever done the make-up part. Might have to try it one day.

  35. Thank-you.

  36. Was für ein tolles Video, die Idee find ich super, muss gleich nachsehen, wessen Footo ich so schön verunstalten kann!

  37. What a great video, & the techniques used were so much fun & so doable, thank you for sharing them with us : )

  38. Great video! It’s always fun to see another artist’s style and ideas.

  39. I was riveted by the way this video was made…loved the way it was folmed and so loved seeing each step….I may try this is a page of my SMASH book tomorrow! Even though I don’t have all the supplies, I shall make do with what I can find 🙂

  40. “Where the Wild Things Are?” Your journal made me think of that book! Love the look of it all put together and it is definately a new technique for me! Thank you for sharing!

  41. Johanne L. says:

    Very fun techniques. Love your journal pages. Thanks for sharing,

  42. Monica Baker says:

    ha ha Love it! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  43. Anna, thank you for your video and your unique take on mixed media.

  44. Great ideas for the photos … Have taken one of your workshops and love you mixed media albums … thanks for a terrific video.

  45. Finn, happiness, pure happiness 🙂 your video was so much fun to watch, and love the ideas you shared! Tank you so much for sharing 🙂

  46. love your journal project! really like the video presentation!!!!!

  47. mlcain0202 says:

    Thank you what a great technique!

  48. One of my favorite artists…Yay!! thank you kindly, Kat

  49. Wendy Gilbertson says:

    Very, very cool….more great ideas to try out!!!

  50. I Love the photo manipulation Must give it a try

  51. WOW!!! Absolutely ingenious. Who’d have thought altering photos could be so much fun 🙂
    Anne x

  52. I totally loved your video and your projects! And seeing a few of the other pages was just a great extra!!!

  53. Sonia Tsukasa Nozawa says:

    Amazing video! Hope take your class here in Brazil! OBRIGADA!!! 😉

  54. Never used photos before. Enjoyed the technique, Thanks

  55. Well, I have to say that was quite an interesting video..as things were moving forward I didn’t think I liked it, but then as it began to come together I really loved it. I guess the lesson here is that we need to keep working on a project even when we aren’t positive we love it…because you never know, Thanks!!

  56. Judith Noble says:

    What fun! Thank you!~

  57. Your video was a lot of fun to watch! With digital pictures we can print at home, it’s not so scary to alter them! Thanks for the ideas!

  58. ScrappinEweRobyn (Robyn) says:

    Being afraid to alter photos to that extent, I have not done much. Your video if very inspirational…………gonna give it a try!

  59. Deb Beschler says:

    Hi Nat and Anna!! I really enjoyed your vid — and your altered pretty kitty!! LOL!

  60. lacyquilter says:

    What wonderful inspiration! A bunch of things I would never have thought to do. I loved the way the date stamps were used. I have a bunch of those with all different words from when my husbands office closed. Now I know what to use them for. Thanks so much for sharing.

  61. Debby Podgorski says:

    Loved this technique! I am also a big cat fan so it was really cute! Thank you so much!

  62. Thanks for sharing. This was fun

  63. The project and the video were fun, fUn, FUN! Cool theme for the notebook. Thanks for sharing!

  64. I liked that a LOT! Thank you.

  65. What a great video! Thank you so much, it’s great to see the work of someone who thinks a little differently and find some new inspiration.

  66. Love it – so much fun and energy.

  67. I love Anna’s work and it was fun to see her create! Can’t wait to try out the new techniques she showed us!

  68. Total fun! I’m thinking I am going to have a ball altering my doggie pictures into kitties!
    And I’ll make sure to have the photos printed some where beside home.

  69. That was so much fun 🙂 🙂

  70. What a crazy fun technique. I have just the right pictures to try this on. Thanks much for the video 🙂

    Hugs,

    Carmen L

  71. Thanks for the great video … so inspiring! And many thanks to Nat for organizing and putting on this amazing creative jump start for 2013. What an incredible group of talented artists you have gathered to share and present such inspiring ideas. A +++++

  72. Hah!! Can’t wait to get into my photo stash!

  73. conlin664 says:

    Great ideas to use up extra photos!

  74. What a wonderful jumpstart video! Wonderfully creative; I particularly enjoyed the “cloud” (with the different stamps) she created around the area where she placed the photo! Thank you!

  75. Yvonne Williams says:

    to came out. Thank you Finn, Really enjoyed your layout. Love how the painted photo turned out. I am very inspired to give it a shot.

  76. What fun!

  77. Awesome video!!! With my good old photos, I often got duplicates. So, I feel fine about trying my hand at altering photos. Thanks so much!!!

  78. What a fun technique with photos!!!!!

  79. thanks for that one. those are really cool

  80. Fun video and great result. Thank you

  81. janbarlow says:

    Wellllll, that was just TOO fantastic for words! Love love love!

  82. Fun video! I loved the paint splattering at the end. That I can use in my work. Thanks!

  83. lisa glowatski says:

    I admire your work You are very talented Thank you for a great tutorial!!

  84. How Awesome!

  85. very very cool and easy way of altering photos. thanks for the great tutorial. Love it!

  86. Great video…cool techniques!

  87. elizabethtregear says:

    Yes, VERY FUN! Thank you!

  88. Nurse Ratchet says:

    This is such a fun video!! You are so amazingly talented!! Had a long busy day but your video truly lifted my spirits…..your hello kitty album is hilarious!! Everyone out there….never…ever …pass up the opportunity to attend a workshop with Finn …this video is just a hint of this fabulous teacher and incredible artist. Can’t wait to try these techniques!! Thank you soooooo much!

  89. LOVE your style!! So fun and inspiring. I WILL overcome my fear of washi tape!!!

  90. Fun fun fun! 🙂

  91. Have admired your work for some time – loved seeing you create!

  92. absolutely fun! thanks!

  93. Hmmmm…interesting…and a little disturbing. Great video quality, though.

  94. Cool use of the scratching tool and needle! Thanks for sharing and I LOVE your artwork!!!

  95. What an amazing transformation – thanks for sharing!

  96. how much fun there is is in altering photos!! thanks for sharing…

  97. I really enjoyed this video, one of my favorites for the whole month!

  98. So cute thank you

  99. Fun techniques – have never thought to “destroy” a photo but it looks like fun.

  100. i would not have ever thought that a photograph had these opportunities. I found it very funny

  101. That was, for me, one of the best Jump Start videos. Not only was it great on technique but lots of fun (music and signs). Can’t wait to plow through stacks of old, unused photos and get scratching!

  102. Kerry Sloan says:

    Thanks to Finn for great techniques. Looking forward to meeting her down under in Australia soon!!!!!

  103. That is a fun and awesome idea, thank you.

  104. very cool. thank you!

  105. Thank you so much guys! You’ve made my day! :))) And Andrew – he is my biggest support. When I showed him finished project and the video, he was very happy….hey, he is a movie star now, right? 😉

  106. great techniques, great video – thank you!

  107. Oh my God! What a absolutely lovely video! Fun and entertaining! 🙂
    Thank you! Must hurry to your blog!

  108. As a past photographer my first reaction is NOOOOOOO!!!! But I will be playing around with some extra pics. Thanks for the tutorial! And to your kitty model! 🙂

  109. sandy sims says:

    Thanks for the neat ideas using photographs. Nice video.

  110. this was so much fun, Finn. Can’t wait to give it a shot.

  111. Denise Werkheiser says:

    Ha! What did Andrew think? Loved your photo techniques, thanks for sharing!

  112. That was terrific, Anna! i am your fan!

  113. Good fun video and very inspiring. I love your style and the free feeling in your work 🙂

  114. Fun video! I never work with foto’s, but i like wht you do with your foto’s. And the ear-thing i mentioned in your journal made me really laugh!

  115. You are so incredibly creative. Not just in the work you produce but how you share it!! This video was so much fun.

  116. Such a great video & the journal is fantastic. Thanks Finnabair, love your work.

  117. Thank you thank you Anna! You always know how to inspire!!

  118. Oh my-how fun is this!? I always love your work, and this video was so creative and unique-I definitely have to try some photo altering like this! Thanks for the great tips!

  119. Janet Firth says:

    Thanks for your sharing! lots of fun!

  120. morningdove says:

    such a funny kitty vid, the painted dude, does he know?

  121. Oooh! The squeezy splodges with water & paint……never seen that …now I can make big paint splats too….thank you!!! Love you ‘switched up’ the photos & the way you’ve done washi in the background….fab:):):)

  122. Thank you! Great fun & energetic video! Lots of ideas.

  123. Thanks Finn love your work

  124. Candy Brintnall says:

    Great video! Funny!

  125. Thank you for great inspiration!

  126. Love to see this funny video 😉 Thanks for sharing

  127. I took a class of yours once and it was so much fun! I love how uninhibited you are in your art..I need to learn how to let go..can you share any tips?….thank you for a fun video I have been anticipating its arrival for some time now.

  128. donna joy says:

    Loved the video and the techniques!!!

  129. This was so much fun! Loved the techniques, and the music, and the presentation.

  130. Rita Timmons says:

    What a great video! I love your project – gives me some ideas for the massive pile of left over pictures I have laying around 🙂 Thanks!

  131. Wonderful techniques, design and use of colour. Had never thought of altering a photo before. It’s such fun!

  132. Laurie Hunt says:

    Thank you Anna! You are such a phenomenally talented and creative person — i.e. just your video (I mean even without the techniques which were great) was fabulous! This was certainly the case of “last but not least” as they say! I just love your work.

  133. Très original, j’adore. Beaucoup de nouveauté, de fraicheur. Génial!!!!!!!

  134. Cathy in Canada says:

    A very fun video! Great techniques!

  135. So talented, great ideas, thanks for such a fun video

  136. Amazing – what an awesome idea Thank You so much

  137. Clever! Thanks so much for doing JumpStart! I would love to take an online class form you in your AMAZING mixed media canvas’s. I really hope you plan to offer some soon!
    I love your art.

  138. More ideas and inspiration thank you!

  139. j’adore!!

  140. Thanks for sharing! What a great looking album you made with this technique!

  141. Marie-Anne Raeman says:

    Love it! As always 😉

  142. Holly McMannes says:

    What a cool way to altered a photo! Thank you for the techniques and video.

  143. That was way too cute. Loved it. Wasn’t sure where you were going but it turned out absolutely cool!
    Thank you

  144. Hello there!! That was really great inspiration, loved your video Anna!

  145. Anna, love your photo techniques. Years ago I cut photo’s up but never made them so cool. I am, cautiously, going to try this but must admit although I love how yours turn out, might not like how mine do.

  146. thanks Anna for the fun techniques, and the endresult looks fabby
    my cat tried to caught your hand when it was moving , so funny you should have seen it

  147. Hi Anna, Your video is so Annaesque! Love it! Glad to see you’re still using Silks. Jill Walker

  148. What a cool technique! Thanks so much for sharing!

  149. Ahah! This was great fun! The whole of it, the techniques, the way you demonstrate and how you altered the photo. I think I’ll watch it again just for the fun of it. And I’ll try the technique too.

  150. Finn cały styczeń czekałam na TĄ lekcję 🙂 Dzięki

  151. Interesting technique. I wonder how my friends and family would feel about having cat ears…or tails….how fun!

  152. What a cool way to do vids 🙂

  153. Lynne Vowles says:

    Gorgeous, you made it look very simple. Thanks for breaking it down into easy steps.

  154. Nancy Riggs says:

    Can’t believe what you did with that photo. Very cool. Thanks.

  155. I like your album a lot! Your blog will go into my favorites right now.

  156. what a fun time you had! loved watching you play. Thanks for the inspiration!

  157. You are so much fun!!! Loved the project, but could not read the name of the scratching devise…which I simply must have! Can’t wait to turn my man into a kitten!!!! LOL

  158. Crazy and so much fun! Thank you so much!

  159. Thank you Anna I would love to meet you.You are such an inspiration! I visit your blog sveral times a week!!!

  160. YAY!!! Finally got to see you create, Finn!!!! Such a blessing! Thank you!!!

  161. Anna- you are so creative! I loved your video last year and this years is even better! I have transitioned my scrapbooking to putting my photos on art journalled pages and laughed at myself fussy cutting out the photos – because 12 years ago it was the thing to do, then 10 years ago it became a big No-No and now it coming back in! Though your take rocks the trend for sure! Thanks as always

  162. O. M. G.!!!!!! My heart is racing! Love these techniques and your art is amazing!! Wow!!!

  163. So fun! Thanks :o)

  164. Kristina Perez says:

    Your video was such fun. Andrew must be a good sport. 🙂 Thank you for sharing your technique.

  165. Awesome technique! I love how your pages turned out! Will need to try this!!! Thanks!!!

  166. andrenesmith says:

    What a fun video! I love your work…your projects are so inspiring. Thanks for sharing. Oh yeah – can’t wait for your new prima goodies to be released….awesome stuff!! 😉

  167. What a fun, & unique process ….

  168. Thanks so much for such a fun project!! I love it!! Now I have to try it!! Thanks so much for sharing!!!!

  169. WOW! What fun and with only a handful of supplies – love it!

  170. Evelyn R. says:

    What a fun way to alter a photo. I bought photo tinting pens years ago, but never used them. Must be dried up by now. But you showed me new techniques to do altering. WOW! The finished product was great. Thanks for sharing.

  171. Wow! Way outside my comfort zone, and you really inspire me to be more daring in creating…..love your art journal!

  172. Pam Palmarini says:

    Lady… You are so inspirational and clever!!! I had been waiting for your Jumpstart from the beginning, and was so thrilled to see that it was worth the wait… Love ya chick!!!

  173. This was a very creative video. Would love to see more. Tried to find the Finnabair art journal online in your store but couldn’t locate.

  174. stan & heather hirsch says:

    What a cool technique! I will definitely try this. Thanks Anna.

  175. WOW! Amazing.. all of it… your project, the technique and your VIDEO! thank you for putting yourself OUT THERE for all of us to share!

  176. anna, that was so cute! i smiled through the whole video it was so delightfully fun, humorous, and entertaining. i really like your art style. 🙂

  177. Kim H20skier says:

    as always you are amazing I know I missed you when you came to Canada but are you ever coming back here to teach Pick Calgary PLEASE

  178. Thank you Finn 🙂 FUN FUN FUN 🙂

  179. Loved watching your creative process. So inspiring! Am gong to have to hunt down that tool from Prima!

  180. What a fun video! Love the end results 🙂

  181. Mary Werner says:

    This would be a fun way to make a mini for a grandchild using their pictures to create story about animals or fairies or other creatures. I thought scratches were bad – HA! Thanks for thinking outside the box and sharing.

  182. Jo-Ann Clarke says:

    I can tell you love to teach and have fun doing it! Thanks for these techniques, haven’t seen anything like this before and can’t wait to try.

  183. Christina says:

    I loved your video!!! I especially loved the third technique.

  184. Anna, thanks for the fun video. This technique is new to me and it should be so much fun to do. Thanks for sharing.

  185. love this girl, thank you, Anna y Nat for this video

  186. hahaha, fun page and cool techniques, thank you for sharing Anna!
    xxDebbie – Little Dot Of Creativity

  187. That was fun and thought provoking. Thank you.

  188. Thank you for this inspirations!
    I look forward to the workshop with you in Netherlands in may! I am very curious. It ´ll be fun. 😉

  189. Love the way you scratch your photo’s. It’s something I don’t do. Don’t know why, but maybe I am going to try this in the future. I am curious though what the kind of paint is in the little pot with the black cap. Looks like fun paint to me.

  190. So much FUN!!!! Loved it!!! Thank you1

  191. So cool and so much fun! Thank you!

  192. You’ve taken photo distressing to a whole new and imaginative level. I really enjoyed seeing you put the page together. i can’t believe how much I learned without you saying a word. GREAT vid tut!

  193. Love, love, love your videos! They are so fun and inspirational. Seeing forward to take your class in Stockholm in February 🙂 Now i´m gonna run in to my space and create!!

  194. What a fun,fun process-love your pages in the journal and the way you’ve carried a theme!!!

  195. Sylvie Lapointe says:

    This is really fun. Can’t wait to try it !!

  196. What a fun video! Thank you Anna!

  197. Colleen Fuerst says:

    Fun video, I like seeing your creative process, how the page came together. Thank you.

  198. What a great way to start my day! Thanks for the wonderful and inspiring video. I loved it!

  199. Glenda Lovchik says:

    I’ve sanded and distressed the edges of photos to get a matting look but never altered the actual photo. I have several duplicates here that will be fun to play with. Thanks for sharing your inspiration.

  200. POOR ANDREW! Loved the video….how fun! I’m going to try human ears on my cat’s picture! 🙂

  201. Inspirational and crazy! Thanks for sharing!

  202. That was SO interesting and fun! It made my day. At first I was skeptical about photo manipulation, but your technique is so fresh! Cannot wait to try this!! Thank you for sharing this technique!

  203. Thanks for joining Nat’s JumpStart series – great photo altering idea!

  204. That’s so great! I love it! Dobra! 🙂

  205. Dale Rose says:

    Very inspirational video. I love the idea of altering photos. What fun!!

  206. anna, you always like to put it out in there and get a fun reaction on the wild side. thanks for being so creative…..
    ava gavloski

  207. I love your technique! So cute!!!

  208. Such a fun fun video. To be quite honest I am more of a purist when it comes to my photos but you sure do make it look fun!! You were wonderful to share your secrets.

  209. I actually never thought of using photos in my art journal…..magazine photos-sure, but not personal photos. This looked like so much fun, I will have to rethink my philosophy on photo use. Thanks for broadening my creativity!

  210. That was fun, fun, Anna! Love the way you altered the photos. Thank you for sharing a wonderful CJS.

  211. Thank you loved your video, so clear and to the point, thank you for this technique
    I became happy from watching it.

  212. Thank you for giving me a good laugh. I liked your techniques a lot and it made me laugh when you give the man pointy ears and red cheeks.. Thanks for sharing
    Liefs, Melanie

  213. very interesting! Such a creative way to express yourself. Thanks for sharing this technique.

  214. It’s amazing how everything old is new again in the right hands!!! I learned about coloring my photos in college but haven’t given it another thought since. It looks AWESOME!!! I also love how you mount individual pages into a book- I wanted to sew through my pages but was holding back because it would show on the next page- DOH!!! Thanks for this fantastic video!!! I do have a question- I’m now printing at home since many commercial printers here in the US are no longer using actual photo paper- what paper did you use? does it have an emulsion coating? I won’t be able to drip a wet medium over the paper I currently use because it simply erases the image- emulsion would resist water a bit more like I see in your video. Thanks for any feedback you can provide!

    • Answering for the question about my JumpStart Video:
      the photos I use for all my projects are photo lab, which means – printed on the real photo paper with the professional photo printing machine (I give them to printing in the photo lab or one of the media or music/photo/book stores here). I print them in matt, which makes altering fasr easier. I have no information what is the situation in your counties, but I’ve heard in some places there are printing machines in the drugstores or supermarkets – I’m sure a small research will give you an answer. Printing at home won’t work – even on good quality photo paper with photo ink – the effect with these photos are always unpredictable… great for experiments, but effects vary depends on the printer, ink and paper 🙂

  215. Heather P. says:

    I never even thought to alter photos like that. Thanks for sharing your technique!!

  216. How much fun is that! Thank you so much for sharing!

  217. Thank you Finn, loved your video.

  218. Wow! Pure inspiration – I love how we get to follow your creative process of making those pages. Love it! 😀 Thank you!

  219. How cool was that!!!! ♥

  220. Dara Lynn says:

    What a wonderful, artistic treat to see your process of creating! A.MaZing!

  221. Very irreverent. I loved it!

  222. That was very cute–I enjoyed it. Thanks!

  223. Loved the video and the techniques!

  224. Kim Houston says:

    thank you!

  225. OH MY GOODNESS!!! This was a very fun and inspiring video, I very much enjoyed! Thank you!!! =)

  226. What a fun video and project, thanks for sharing!

  227. this was so different I have never done anything like this so inspiring thatnk you for sharing

  228. such fun things to do with photos. ❤

  229. As always it has been a pleasure viewing your work, I love your style and you are always an inspiration x

  230. So different!
    Thanks for sharing.

  231. Thank you Anna! Love your techniques and the way you teach them! By the way, last year CJS video is unforgettable! Hugs from Brazil! 😀

  232. Anna, I am coming to your workshop in Stockholm, I cannot wait!!!!

  233. Sharyn Illman says:

    Loved that! Thank you Anna

  234. What a fun way to play with photos, Thanks so much for sharing!

  235. Beautiful, Thank you !

  236. Oh my ! Have never tried scratching!! SO SO Creative!! Love the transformation of the photo! Thank you so much for sharing!!

  237. scrappinvt says:

    Loved this!!! thanks!

  238. super cool…tfs

  239. Crazy wonderful! Fantastically inspirational, thank you!
    Alison x

  240. Anna – what a great way to play with the photos. I too love distressing my photos with emory boards, sandpaper and interesting tools to mark and scrape them – I even crumple them up. Thanks for the fun Jumpstart today 🙂

  241. Wow, what a creative video. I love the way you altered the photo, this was great, thanks.

  242. Georgia Metaxas says:

    You are such an inspiration Anna, thank you for sharing your techniques!

  243. Thank you for this impressive video !

Hurrah - you make me happy by leaving a comment! <3 Nat

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