Cre8tive Cre8tions by Andrea Gomoll » Mixed Media, Art Journaling and Online Classes

  Since I haven’t shared my current Planner Setup for quite some Time now and I moved in & out of various Planners, I thought I would share my current Planner Setup with you …! I haven’t shared a lot of my Planning lately because over the past Months I kind of moved away from […]

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  • Theresa - I love your inserts! Too adorable!!!!17. November 2017 – 15:13ReplyCancel

  I’m so excited for my new Clearstamp Winter & Christmas 2017 Releases … 4 new, adorable Girls & Designs – for all your Winter- & Christmas-Projects. All Clearstamp Sets are 4 x 6 inch (10 x 15 cm) – high quality 4×6 photopolymere clearstamp. All Clearstamps feature my own Designs – most of them contain […]

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  • Lena Beck - Please let me know when new stamps are released please5. January 2018 – 07:59ReplyCancel

  • Lena Beck - Any wedding ones? Grad, romance?5. January 2018 – 08:00ReplyCancel

Hello everyone! I have some wonderful & exciting news! I am going to be teaching on Life Book 2018 next year! It’s my 3rd Round teaching in Lifebook and I’m so excited, happy and proud to be Part of this amazing, year long Art Journey again!     And even MORE exciting news is that […]

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  • Connie - I am hoping to join lifebook because last year has been really stressful and I anticipate this year will be more so. I am hoping it will give me some personal time1. September 2017 – 13:27ReplyCancel

  • Simona - Shared&Subscribed…Well Andrea I would love to take part to Lifebook 2018 because it’s a wonderful opportunity to learn so many different techniques from so many different artists and maybe learn something about myself too…
    Huge hugs xxx1. September 2017 – 14:17ReplyCancel

  • Betty Ann - I would love to win the class space, for a year Of inspiration and instruction. 1. September 2017 – 14:21ReplyCancel

  • Andrea Dimmick - Id love to try some of the other themes Tam is introducing next year1. September 2017 – 14:45ReplyCancel

  • iti fox - I need a ‘life break’! I really cannot afford to buy art lessons at my age (im always saving up for my yearly property taxes =) ) and would love to do even a portion of lifebook 20 any year! I am fascinated by the artwork of others, how they view the world and their part in it. Try as i might i cannot find where i fit. I wonder from here to there, always loving my art, crochet, tatting, bobbin lace making, drawing, painting, journaling, but never finding me. I see a glimpse now and then. I always come back to painting. Being self taught and winging it most of my life, i would love to watch real artistry at work. Thank you for this opportunity to invest in self.1. September 2017 – 19:12ReplyCancel

  • Julie Manherz - I shared on Google+ and I do receive your newsletter. I would love for a chance to participate in Life Book 2018. I want to do something creative, fun, inspiring and this looks like it.
    Thanks!1. September 2017 – 22:52ReplyCancel

  • Lesley Deeming - Thank you first of all for the chance to win a place. I would love to take part again in 2018, I took part in 2015 but have not had the finances since then. I love that Tam is adding different media in the years Life Book, will make it even more interesting.1. September 2017 – 23:11ReplyCancel

  • Lesley Deeming - Shared on Twitter 1. September 2017 – 23:13ReplyCancel

  • Karla - Shared and newsletter signed up for (already was, actually 🙂 )

    I have been on a journey of healing emotionally and physically the last year. I hope to learn how to incorporate my art into my healing.2. September 2017 – 00:43ReplyCancel

  • Bronny Koch - I am excited to see the new lessons for 2018. I have joined Lifebook since the beginning. I look forward to each and every lesson. Some years I do almost every lesson and some years life ‘gets in the way’, but I have downloaded all the lessons and know I can always go back and do them. I am already signed up for your newsletter and shared on Social media. X2. September 2017 – 01:44ReplyCancel

  • Susan kegerreis - Can’t wait for the new content in Life Book. Looking forward to learning more new techniques from a host of talented artists!2. September 2017 – 02:40ReplyCancel

  • Donna Thomas - It would be a dream come true to join lifebook 2018. I am unable to work or do much physically due to being struck down with an autoimmune disease and Chronic pain in 2014. Art is my escapism and helps me to look forward to getting out of bed in the mornings. Even though I am limited to what I can do physically, I know this would give me a focus and help with my healing and motivation. To learn from all the talented teachers would definately help my recovery and healing to give me the confidence to move forward and challenge myself. It has been a hard and challenging road losing my independence but I will never give up hope to improve and learn to be a better me. I have always had a passion for art and discovered journalling works better for me as its something I can do when I have to stay in bed. I so appreciate this opportunity and hope you will consider me to go on this amazing life changing Journey. Thankyou kindly Donna. I have shared and subscribed2. September 2017 – 23:51ReplyCancel

  • Ella Petrakovsky - I am already a part of LB 2017 and I’d love to stay for another year! It’s inspirational, full of learning the new facets of yourself, boldness and experiments! I truly love it and enjoy it!
    I hope to get even more of the mentioned above!
    I have to say that 2017 is a big year for me. I am 34 year old but it feels like only this year I am learning to be myself, to live my life, to feel happiness without any special reason, no matter what happens, and to be thankful for every experience I meet daily. Life book took a big part in this growth of mine!
    Already signed up and shared on Pinterest:)3. September 2017 – 05:39ReplyCancel

  • Judy NEsler - I did the two steps!! I expect to have a year full of inspirational opportunity!!3. September 2017 – 19:14ReplyCancel

  • Veronika Olivier - I love the diversity of LB. I learn so much from it….connect with so many new people around the globe but living in a country with very low monetary value I simply cannot afford the exchange rate anymore… I am desperately hoping to win 🙂5. September 2017 – 04:38ReplyCancel

  • Patricia Paterno - I’d like to join the adventure of course!!!6. September 2017 – 06:38ReplyCancel

  • Bev tones - I would love to win a spot. So many creative souls involved. I would pick up so many ideas to use with my art8. September 2017 – 21:25ReplyCancel

  • joan craft - Lifebook 2018 looks so CRAFTY with some amazing students, so looking forward to being part of this incredible journey…yet again.
    ciao joan craft10. September 2017 – 21:20ReplyCancel

Hello wonderful artsy Friends, I have some wonderful & exciting news! I am going to be teaching on Ever After again this Year – and I couldn’t be more excited. I enjoyed the Ever After teaching experience last Year so so much, so I am really thrilled to be given the Chance to teach again […]

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  • Andrea Willinghöfer - If i could be a fairytale Character, i would love to be Nils Holgersson, because of all the nature and animals around!3. May 2017 – 06:42ReplyCancel

  • Christina - I would love to be Red Riding Hood. I would love to wear a bright red cape 3. May 2017 – 08:20ReplyCancel

  • Dawn - Shared 🙂 I can’t wait to see your Pippi!!
    If I could be a fairytale character I’d choose Alice in Wonderland – I’d love to have tea with the mad hatter3. May 2017 – 09:35ReplyCancel

  • Dawn Gold - I would be Cinderella – my fave Disney and I found my a Prince Charming3. May 2017 – 10:06ReplyCancel

  • Danielle - Ooo what character would I be….. I would love to be Merlin in Sword in the Stone. I’d probably be doing magic all day!!!3. May 2017 – 11:19ReplyCancel

  • Lucie Zuppinger - Shared on my FB page. I’d like to be Belle in the Beauty and the Best…3. May 2017 – 11:28ReplyCancel

  • Renate - I’d definitely want to be Pippi Longstocking then ! So I was pleasantly surprised to see that you’d chosen her ! Looking forward to your lesson. Hope the course will be affordable so that I can join in.3. May 2017 – 12:09ReplyCancel

  • Gina gray - I’ve shared on Facebook and I would love to be The Little Mermaid… she has the best of both worlds and the grass is just as green on the other side!!!3. May 2017 – 12:28ReplyCancel

  • Emelie Lejon - I’d love to be Elsa from Frozen! I’ve even been told by a friend that I remind her of Elsa. She is independent and strong. I don’t like hot weather (I live in the north of Sweden) so I’d love to have ice magic! Conjure up a castle and a cute little snow man. That would be just awesome!

    Also, I LOVE that you’re doing Pippi as your fairy tale, she is a really cool character! <3

    Shared on Google + and Twitter. 🙂3. May 2017 – 12:37ReplyCancel

  • Corinne - I’ll be sharing on twitter today.
    I love your idea of making a piece on Pippi – I always loved watching her in my youth.
    A character…. I love the Arthur sage. I’d love to be Morgana or another nasty, black-soul witch-like character, to investigate that bit of myself and that bit of the character spectrum. 🙂3. May 2017 – 12:41ReplyCancel

  • ros - to be Alice in Wonderland would be magical,reality never sets in3. May 2017 – 13:09ReplyCancel

  • Heather Mader - Thanks for this opportunity! Your question is funny. I’ve always had a fascination with Dumbledore, so I’d have to say him… ha ha3. May 2017 – 13:10ReplyCancel

  • Emily - I would love to be Ariel from The Little Mermaid – that’s always been my favorite fairytale!3. May 2017 – 14:34ReplyCancel

  • Susan Kegerreis - I’d probably opt for being Glinda the Good Witch. She promotes kindness and sees the good in people.3. May 2017 – 14:38ReplyCancel

  • LORENA SÁNCHEZ - If she could be a magical being, she would no doubt be a lady of the forest. A being who loves nature, animals, art, simple life, talking to the trees, watching the starry sky on a raised rock … A little fairy, a little muse, a bit like the xanas My town) and a bit of my dreamy and creative soul. I like to create my own stories and stories.3. May 2017 – 14:43ReplyCancel

  • Ellen - Oh – I loved Pippi Longstocking when I was younger! I would pick Cinderella – but the Ever After movie version, not Disney. I am so excited about Ever After and can’t wait for your lesson! <33. May 2017 – 14:45ReplyCancel

  • Julie Manherz - Thank You for this chance. I shared on Facebook & Google+. I’d be Cinderella. She’s always been my favorite fairy tale.3. May 2017 – 14:49ReplyCancel

  • Gaylene - Thank you for this chance Andre! I think i would like to be Glenda the good witch of the Wizard of Oz, I would be able to help alot of people out that would be so awesome!! Thank you again Andrea!3. May 2017 – 15:04ReplyCancel

  • Dawn Kramer - I would be Mary Lennox from The Secret Garden because she discovers the incredible magic in nature, which not only changes her life, but the lives of those around her.3. May 2017 – 15:28ReplyCancel

  • Tania - Shared on my twitter page. I would be Alice. Having amazing adventures and doing 6 impossible things before breakfast sound like a super plan 🙂3. May 2017 – 15:35ReplyCancel

  • Cheryl Southey - Shared on FB…as far as choosing a fairy tale, I didn’t grow up with them, BUT I would LOVE to be Harry Potter! (I know, more magical than fairy tale…but similar enough?) Harry’s world would be amazing to live in sometimes!!! Who am I kidding?…more like all the time!! 🙂
    Andrea I have signed up for a few of your classes and SO enjoy them and look forward to your course offerings in Ever After this year too!!3. May 2017 – 15:45ReplyCancel

  • Christine - I would be Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz. I’m so excited about Ever After…Cant wait for it to start.3. May 2017 – 15:49ReplyCancel

  • Lisaelaine - Love your work! I think i would be tinker bell …who doesn’t want to fly?3. May 2017 – 16:24ReplyCancel

  • Linda Hartzig - I signed up and will share…I would like to be snow white because she had so much fun with her dwarfts…..and she did get prince charming after all3. May 2017 – 16:36ReplyCancel

  • Amy McGrath - I already subscribe to your newsletter and am sharing this on Facebook and Twitter.
    If I could be a fairytale character, I’d be Glinda and would live in Oz!3. May 2017 – 16:50ReplyCancel

  • Sheila MacBride - I have always loved Belle from Beauty and the Beast. She is introverted and a little different, kinda like me! She also wanted more than her “provincial life” & turned a beast into a prince, like I did for my hubby:). Sounds good to be Belle!3. May 2017 – 17:22ReplyCancel

  • Maricha - Thank you ThNk you! Can’t wait! Anastasia and Belle 🙂3. May 2017 – 17:38ReplyCancel

  • Patti - I always wanted to be Cinderella. Once having met, her prince knew he loved her and needed her and did everything he could to find her. To be that cherished is my dream. Shared on facebook and twitter.3. May 2017 – 17:56ReplyCancel

  • Lois - I would be Cinderella so I wouldn’t have to wash dishes or do housework, but only for a couple of days. I would miss my life.3. May 2017 – 18:19ReplyCancel

  • Barbara Burkard - Fairytales are so magical!! What a wonderful way to spend the day!3. May 2017 – 18:19ReplyCancel

  • Joy P - Tinkerbell, cause attitude and she can fly!3. May 2017 – 19:03ReplyCancel

  • Mary - I’d be Alice in Wonderland – what an adventure.3. May 2017 – 19:22ReplyCancel

  • Laurie Sweeting - If I could be any fantasy character it would have to be Khaleesi from Game of Thrones. She is so fierce yet compassionate and not to mention beautiful.3. May 2017 – 19:53ReplyCancel

  • Jean marmo - What a wonderful line up of teachers. I would be Belle.3. May 2017 – 20:05ReplyCancel

  • Angela Grady - I would be Alice from Alice In Wonderland/Through the Looking Glass. I’ve always been captivated by this fairytale and would LOVE a chance to walk through Wonderland and meet all of its residents!3. May 2017 – 21:22ReplyCancel

  • Jodie - If i was a fairytale character i would want to be Malificent. (From the movie ) she had beautiful wings to explore the skies and lived with nature and fairytale creatures. Sound like my dream world.3. May 2017 – 21:23ReplyCancel

  • Catharina - I want to be Tinkerbell …. I always wanted to be a fairy!3. May 2017 – 21:44ReplyCancel

  • Marcie Aspras - I think it would be Alice in Wonderland because everyday would be a new adventure. I was always fascinated with the story when she became small. I used to pretend I was that small and could not be seen by my siblings!! I shared on Facebook, & signed up for newsletter also.3. May 2017 – 21:57ReplyCancel

  • Nor W - I would be Thumbelina because I liked the help everyone gave!
    BTW Pipi is one of my all time favs and her and I go way back! Love your choice can’t wait to see what you do with Pipi!!3. May 2017 – 22:01ReplyCancel

  • Kelly Foley - So exciting, this is an incredible opportunity. I’ve always thought there was so much more to the character Belle from Beauty and the Beast. Her ability to see past the superficial and see into Beast’s heart, see his worth and love him, regardless of his appearance, is something really magical to aspire to.3. May 2017 – 22:41ReplyCancel

  • Barbara Beck - I would love to be a character in the Lord of the Rings, preferably an elf.3. May 2017 – 22:42ReplyCancel

  • Sandra - As a child I saw myself as the daughter in the story of Mother Holle. Now… not sure, really, I just get inspired by so many!3. May 2017 – 23:56ReplyCancel

  • Sarah Erbe - I loved Snow White growing up, I’d love to live in the woods with all the sweet animals! 4. May 2017 – 00:39ReplyCancel

  • Tanja - Shared and thanks for the chance to win a spot in EA! If I could choose to be character, I would be Luna from Harry Potter. She is so authentic, and pure of heart, a bit dreamy, I adore her.4. May 2017 – 00:47ReplyCancel

  • Cathy Denning - Such fun to look at everyone’s comments and who they would be in a fairy tale world. I think I might like to be Snow White and live in the woods with little dwarfs and animals….and then there was also Prince Charming.4. May 2017 – 00:48ReplyCancel

  • Jacklyn Young - I would like to be Beauty in Beauty and the Beast. She is brave and loving.4. May 2017 – 01:16ReplyCancel

  • Monica - I would be the fairy godmother! How much fun to grant all the wishes!4. May 2017 – 02:01ReplyCancel

  • Nicole Desmarais - Pippi is a favorite and Beauty and the Beast4. May 2017 – 03:06ReplyCancel

  • Sarah - I suppose I would choose Red Riding Hood – she was helpful, independent, and observant!4. May 2017 – 04:42ReplyCancel

  • Agnes Tan - If I cud be a fictional character, I love to be Merida from Brave. Becos of the red-red hair and the horse riding and the countryside.4. May 2017 – 06:19ReplyCancel

  • Sharon F. - There are a lot of wonderful characters to choose from, but I think I would choose Cinderella. She shows so much love and forgiveness in her that it would be easy and wonderful to fit into her shoes,…er…glass slipper. Shared on Facebook4. May 2017 – 06:57ReplyCancel

  • Kim - I would be princess Elisa who had the eleven brothers who were turned into wild swans. I don’t have any brothers to put up with but I admire the way she went about freeing her brothers from the spell. A strong lady!4. May 2017 – 12:28ReplyCancel

  • Linda Maher - I would be Belle. Knows what she wants and protects her heart and her man, and follows her heart despite what society says. Loved your lesson so much last year! Shared on fb.4. May 2017 – 16:29ReplyCancel

  • Amy O'Toole - I have been most interested in Red Riding Hood lately! I read a rewritten version of the story, and I loved Red’s sense of adventure, and her connection to her grandmother. Thanks again for a chance to win!4. May 2017 – 19:22ReplyCancel

  • Michelle Liptak - I would be Genie from Aladdin. I think it would be amazing to grant wishes to deserving people.5. May 2017 – 16:54ReplyCancel

  • Sarah B - (sorry if this is duplicate, I’m not positive it worked yesterday)
    I would be Red Riding Hood – she’s helpful, independent, and observant6. May 2017 – 02:31ReplyCancel

  • joan craft - Peter Pan , knowing that the book I came from will help a children’s hospital for years to come, also to forever a kid a heart 🙂6. May 2017 – 19:38ReplyCancel

  • Julie Schofield - I would have to choose Alice! So many adventures! She never gave up hope and kept on going. She really was unflappable. I love all the characters she encounters and Alice’s reactions to them. It’s just a fun story. And who wouldn’t want to see a hookah smoking caterpillar?
    I hop I win a spot in this course! Thanks for the chance!
    Julie Schofield7. May 2017 – 03:20ReplyCancel

  • Nicole johns - Belle from beauty and the beast. Love how she sees the beauty witin8. May 2017 – 08:06ReplyCancel

  • Donna Lyon - Would love to receive your news letter9. May 2017 – 17:27ReplyCancel

  • Lori Shoemaker - Shared and signed up for newsletter11. May 2017 – 01:26ReplyCancel

  • Mandy Henderson - I would love to be Alice. She gets to have all of the fun! Sometimes I feel like the madhatter though, especially the way Johnny Depp portrayed him.11. May 2017 – 16:39ReplyCancel

  • Fonda - Shared on FB. I love that you are doing Pippi Longstocking, she is so spunky and inspiring, teaching us to be exactly who we are. I would love to be Pippi – for a short time 🙂12. May 2017 – 15:13ReplyCancel

  • Brenda Evanetich - So fun! I think I’d like to be a Fairy Godmother. The ability to make people’s dreams come true would be such a special feeling.
    I didn’t see the media share buttons, so I shared the link to this page on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest; as well as signing up for your newsletter. This is so great to meet you!12. May 2017 – 21:04ReplyCancel

  • Julie Burger - I love so many fairytales, but two of my faves are Alice in Wonderland and Wizard of Oz.13. May 2017 – 22:34ReplyCancel

  • Tanja - First I want to say, that I really really love your work!!!
    I would be Chesire Cat, because I’m always smiling, but the smiling is with a little twist. I’m not really happy, I’m just faking it just to not answer the question, why I’m sad. My father is an alcoholic and my childhood and youth weren’t easy. That’s why I’m sad, depressiv and had burn out twice… Drawing and fairy tails helped me to escape for some time from my depression.15. May 2017 – 23:45ReplyCancel

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