You won’t want to miss Creative Mojo with Mark Lipinski

Here who was on Creative Mojo


Wednesday, December 22, 2010

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Creative Mojo with Mark Lipinski is the place to oil your creativity, get unstuck, share your ideas, voice your opinions, have a few laughs, and take a break from the world.


Creative Mojo with Mark Lipinski

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Creative Mojo with Mark Lipinski

And my co-host is . . . .



  • AND my neighbor!?!   Who knew?

You won’t believe what else we have in common !!!

Elaine Schmidt

Elaine is the author of the this terrific book!

CLICK HERE to visit Elaine’s website!

Here’s a pic of one of Elaine’s ribbon quilts!

CLICK HERE to buy a copy of Elaine’s book on

Motivational Tips for Staying Positive  –

I fell in love with former Miss USA and writer . . .

Terri Amos-Britt

Terri is the author of Message Sent: Retrieving the Gift of Love and her just completed book, The Enlightened Mom, as well as the co-author of Wake Up Women! a bestselling book by women for women

Read more about  Terri and The Enlightened Family Institute by  CLICKING HERE!

When I decide to sell my house

I want to move next to . . .

  • Artist

  • Writer

  • Creative Being


Elaine and I discuss LK’s book, Collaborative Art Journals and the pluses and minuses of collaborative art making!

All you have to do to get to LK’s blog, CLICK HERE!

To order your copy of LK Ludwig’s fabulous book, Collaborative Art Journals and any of her other titles just CLICK HERE !

Then I get to chat with

one of my favorite creative personalities . . .

EllynAnne Geisel

Gather ’round! The endearing follow-up to The Apron Book is now served. EllynAnne Geisel graces us with her new treasure, The Kitchen Linens Book. It’s a lovely treat.

Family kitchens are where our days begin and end. And one constant is threaded among the people, the stories, and the moments: America’s kitchen linens. If only these prized pieces could talk.

The Kitchen Linens Book invites women of all ages to visit with the past. In this book, Geisel gives us an up-close look at tablecloths, dishtowels, and napkins with details and histories as fine as the stories themselves. Embroidered or hemstitched, linens or oilcloths—these are the fabrics and the memories of our mothers and grandmothers. And each one has an endearing story and a vivid history.

  • The book features over 20 projects and 8 recipes.
  • The book includes a classic Butterick transfer pattern for a vintage kitchen towel motif, circa 1945.
  • Rich photography highlighting every detail accompanies stories passed from generation to generation.
  • EllynAnne’s passion for finding and saving linens from flea markets, estate sales, and antique stores will inspire you to dig through your own closets and cupboards.

To order EllynAnne’s Kitchen Linen’s book and to check out her other great books, CLICK HERE!

Check out EllynAnne’s website by CLICKING HERE

Get Creative in the New Year

You have got to meet author and artist –

Carla Sonheim

I can’t tell you enough how much I love her book DRAWING LAB FOR MIXED MEDIA ARTISTS: 52 Creative Exercise to Make Drawing Fun! I’m a lousy drawer and I can do this!  Whether or not you’ve ever sketched a thing in your life, this little book will open up new creative worlds and techniques for you, no matter what your creative medium!  BUY THIS BOOK!

To order you copy just  CLICK HERE!

And –

from the Combat Paper Project, meet

Margaret Mahan


The Combat Paper Project utilizes artmaking workshops to assist veterans in reconciling and sharing their personal experiences as well as broadening the traditional narrative surrounding service and the military culture.

Through papermaking workshops veterans use their uniforms worn in combat to create cathartic works of art. The uniforms are cut up, beaten into a pulp and formed into sheets of paper. Veterans use the transformative process of papermaking to reclaim their uniform as art and begin to embrace their experiences in the military.

The Combat Paper Project is based out of art studios throughout the United States and has traveled to Canada and the United Kingdom, providing veterans workshops, exhibitions, performances and artists’ talks. This project is made possible by a multifaceted collaboration between artists, art collectors, academic institutions and veterans.

Through ongoing participation in the papermaking process, combat papermakers are attempting to progress from creating works specific to their military experiences to expressing a broader vision on militarism and society. The work reflects both the anger of the past and hope for the future. Through this collaboration between civilians and veterans, a much-needed conversation is generated regarding our responsibilities to the returned veteran and an understanding of the dehumanizing effects of warfare.


Here are some examples of art from The Combat Paper Project

Contact Margaret at this email address:

For more on The Combat Paper Project CLICK HERE


The Creative Mojo Book Pick is . . .

In the Sanctuary of Outcasts

To sample a couple of chapters in the  book or to order a copy CLICK HERE

All of this plus  LOTS MORE

Creative Mojo with Mark Lipinski is


every Wednesday

3 pm -5 pm EST    2 pm – 4 pm CST

1 pm – 3 pm MST    12 pm – 2 pm PST

Creative Mojo with Mark Lipinski is the place to oil your creativity, get unstuck, share your ideas, voice your opinions, have a few laughs, and take a break from the world.

Can’t listen live?

Now, you can subscribe to the FREE iTunes podcast, or listen anytime on under the ‘podcasts’ menu!  CLICK HERE to get to iTunes!

See you there, cupcake!   xoxom

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One Comment on “You won’t want to miss Creative Mojo with Mark Lipinski”

  1. December 23, 2010 at 8:54 PM #

    Merry Christmas Mark, I got my mug over here in Australia and I drink my morning tea out of it every day.


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