Thursday, October 6, 2011

Painting with Fire Book Tour!

I am so so pleased to have been asked by Barbara Lewis to be part the virtual tour for her new book. I've got a copy in my hot little hands and  it is a wonderful book,  just chockers full of everything you need to know.  But I'll come back on the 14th and let you know more about it.

Throughout the month, starting today with Mary Jane Dodd, you'll be able to see projects and inspiration from Barbara's  book.   She's lined up some amazing artists, all with unique perspectives. 

Here's the list of hosts for you to follow:

     October 6, Mary Jane Dodd,
     October 7, Gaea Cannaday,

     October 8, Linda Larsen,

     October 10, Andrew Thornton,

     October 11, Lori Plyler,

     October 12, Diane Cook,

     October 13, Lori Anderson,

     October 14, LeAnn Weih,

     October 15, Jen Judd Velasquez,

     October 17, Melissa Meman,

     October 18, Lisa Crone,

     October 19, Shannon LeVart,

     October 20, Cindy Wimmer,

     October 21, Laura Twiford,

     October 22, Erin Prais-Hintz,

     October 24, Jennifer Cameron,

Did I mention the give aways?  Lots of them throughout the tour and you are in for some real treats. Want to know more? You can find out more details on Barbara's blog here.

And there's even a GRAND PRIZE - a Torch-Firing Kit (or $110 shopping experience at - please leave a review at by November 24.  Remember, leave an honest review... the book must stand on its own.



windrock studio said...

Hey LeAnn, this looks like such a beautiful book! I'll be following the tour ... and good for you, and thanks for sharing the news.
Happy Autumn!!

Barbara Lewis said...

LeAnn, I can't wait until your profile your major contribution to Wings of a Dove ... for without it there would be no wings or a dove! :-)

The Crazier Sister said...

This is exciting. Getting to go around and find all these wonderful beading blogs and see what others are doing! I also love the beads you've made and are showing us (newbie to anything clay, here).
Here's to stretching our creative wings as we read other stories (blogs, books, whichever!)