Sunday, June 19, 2016

NEW CLASS Pretty Pigments

Pretty Pigments
Mixed Media with Earth Pigments, Ocher's, and More!!!

Begins August 6th

Register HERE

Monday, June 13, 2016

24 Hour Flash Sale

24 Hour eBook Flash Sale!!!

Mark Making with Nature 4 eBook Sale 

Was $9.95 NOW $7.95

Twenty Fours ONLY!!!

Available in My Shop

Tuesday, June 07, 2016

Ask Kimberly Event is Four Days Away!!!

I just wrote up three juicy reminder newsletters for my first ever "Ask Kimberly" Event! 

In each newsletter I have left clues as to what types of Mixed Media with Natural Dyes I'll be discussing!!! 

Not signed up for my newsletter??? You can do so here!!!

Thursday, June 02, 2016

Announcing my Ask Kimberly Event!!!

I will be hosting my first ever live 
Ask Kimberly Event 
at Periscope on June 12th @ 8pm CST!!!

This month’s topic will be Mixed Media with Natural Dyes

You can find me on Periscope @kbaxterpackwood

Tuesday, May 31, 2016

June Give Away!!!

June Give Away!!!
Getting Started with Natural Dyeing!!!

Buy Now

This 13 page e-book covers the basics of scouring, mordants, and soy milk preparation for cotton, linen, hemp, and other cellulose based fabrics.

This book covers the very basics of what a Dyer needs to do BEFORE dyeing fabrics with natural dyes!  If you own the other three books this information is covered in those books

That's right it's FREE until June 30th!!!

Friday, February 05, 2016

The Perfect Bead

Spent part of the afternoon searching through my stash of beads looking for the perfect beads for a project I'm hand stitching.

Sunday, January 17, 2016

Bead Storage

How do you store your beads, was the question asked on Facebook this morning, and lots of great ideas were shared.  Here is some of my bead storage, I say some because I still have canning jars, old pickle jars, etc., in my upstairs office filled with both beads, buttons, and other embellishments.  Such is the fate of a mixed media fiber artist, you end up collecting lots of stuff for creating new work.

I have probably 150+ of these little containers filled with various types and styles of seed beads, and another 30+ filled with sequins.

Bead storage, these are Iris organizers and I bought them at Staples.

 Cardboard containers filled with vintage plastic beads, baubles, and buttons.

A cart filled with jars and jars and jars of beads!

That's mostly beads on that shelf!

More beads, embellishments such as old clock parts, furniture hardware that was too beautiful to pitch, etc., the big empty space is where the new studio tv will be living, eventually.  The stuff in the jars on the bottom shelf, natural dyed silk cocoons.