Monday, September 19, 2011

Is Technique Lust Contagious?

Here's your opportunity to win a copy of this great DVD by Lyric Kinard, Bead it Like You Mean it.  For years I've avoided adding beads to the surface of my work. I'm afraid if I start, I may succumb to the dreaded disease called technique lust.

Technique lust is learning a new technique and having it take over your life. And now that I've watched Lyric's DVD, I'm afraid to say... I may be hooked! Help!

If you are feeling lustful, just visit any of the blogs below and leave a comment on the day it is offered. You may win a copy of her DVD! Meanwhile check out this wonderful tutorial Lyric gives you on her blog. She is such a temptress!

Sept 19 Kelli Nina Perkins http://ephemeralalchemy.blogspot.com/
Sept 21  Sharon Chapman http://wildflowerhouse.blogspot.com/
Sept 23 Leslie Jennison http://leslietuckerjenison.blogspot.com/
Sept 26 Carla Sonheim http://carlasonheim.wordpress.com/
Sept 28 Gloria Hansen http://www.gloriahansen.com/weblog/
Sept 30 Laura Wasilowski http://artfabrik.blogspot.com/
Oct 3  Carol Sloane http://carolbsloan.blogspot.com/
Oct 5 Sue Bleiweiss http://www.suebleiweiss.com/blog/
Oct 7  Jill Berry http://jillberrydesign.com/blog/
Oct 10 Jane LaFazio http://janeville.blogspot.com/
Oct 12 Tracie Lynn Huskamp http://thereddoor-studio.blogspot.com/

3 comments:

susan said...

So THAT is what I've got! Technique lust! I love learning techniques and then I'm putting them everywhere...even onto my man! He's not too thrilled! I'd love to win Lyric's DVD!
Susan

Nancy said...

I know exactly what you mean. And every single technique requires its own whole set of supplies and materials. No wonder the sewing room looks like it does!

lyric said...

Ah yes - but beads take up even less space than embroidery thread and they sparkle so....