Thursday, December 20, 2007

Not Sure What To Do With All Those Christmas Cards?

I found a delightful way to display this year's Christmas cards. Since Julius (my lovely, little cat) loves to climb trees, I've decided to use Christmas cards and paper ornaments to decorate my Christmas tree.

Some of my art students kindly donated the paper ornaments we made in class two weeks ago. The students used craft paper, raffia, and cinnamon potpourri to make these unique decorations.

Thanks to all who participated in making my Christmas tree very special this year! In this photo, I've captured Christmas cards sent by my friends Rosemary and Sally.

Saturday, November 17, 2007

Read Liz's Article About Crafting With Kids in Simply Beads.

Looking for some interesting tips on crafting with kids? Read about the ideas in my article titled All Together, Now! in the December 2007 issue of Simply Beads. It's packed with a lot of great ideas for crafting with kids of all ages.

I'd like to thank my nephew Michael and my sister-in-law Michelle. Michael and Michelle originally posed for the pictures that I submitted with the article. Unfortunately, my pictures weren't used. The magazine editors, however, did a great job with the photographs.

At least Michael can tell his friends he helped me with the crafts in this article. He and his mom are so crafty!

Visit for more information.

Wednesday, October 31, 2007

I've Joined

Wow! Talk about quick! D.A. (Day) Sweigart of recently invited me to submit my Halloween-themed artwork to her Web site. Within a few days, my artwork was reviewed, and literally within a few, short hours, Day has already uploaded most of my images. Thanks for your quick response, Day!
Visit to see a wide array of Halloween artists. You'll find some very unique items. You can go right to my gallery page there by visiting

Happy Halloween!

Monday, October 29, 2007

ACEO Magazine Features Liz's Artwork in Fall 2007 Issue

I'm happy to announce that my artwork is featured on page two of the fall 2007 edition of ACEO Magazine. Kelly Letros-Karas, editor and art director, did a fantastic job with the layout. Thanks, Kelly! You'll also find my article titled "Using YouTube to Market Your ACEOs" on page three.

Visit to learn how you can get a copy of the fall 2007 edition. Better yet, spring for the subscription. It's a fantastic magazine!

PS - If you like my Cherry Cupcake painting, you can purchase the original painting at Homespun in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania. Reprints are also available. You can purchase reproductions of the Lovely Ladybug painting on* and

If you have any questions about purchasing my artwork, feel free to e-mail me at

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Homespun Now Carrying Artwork by Liz Revit

I'm happy to announce that Homespun, a primitive country shoppe and a cozy inn, located in historic Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania is now carrying my artwork. You'll find an array of my handcrafted items ranging from decoupaged works of art, original paintings, reproductions, and greeting cards. Homespun offers its visitors a unique shopping experience in a historic inn. You'll be pleased with the prim-decorative-country gifts, and you'll also find artwork by fellow artist and friend, Christine Altmann. You won't want to miss the Homespun shopping experience!

Homespun is nestled in the mountains of scenic Jim Thorpe, which is located on the Lehigh River. Be sure to stop by and tell Debbie that I sent you. Homespun is located at 12 and 14 Race Street, Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania. Phones: (570) 325-3590 and (267) 250-6054. Visit Homespun on the Web at

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

The Tea House Times Reviews Liz's Tea-Related Products

Thank you to the Tea House Times for giving my tea-related products a favorable review in its November/December 2007 issue! I appreciate the positive feedback on the many products (greeting cards, aprons, tote bags, mugs, art prints, etc) that feature designs from my collection titled The Ladies of the Teacup Society™.

For more information about the Tea House Times, visit

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

See Liz's latest Halloween Artist Trading Cards at Barnes & Noble

Join me for some witchy-good fun on Friday, October 19, 2007, at Barnes & Noble on South Main Street in Wilkes-Barre from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. (possibly later). I'm participating in Wilkes-Barre's 3rd Friday Art Walk, and you'll get a chance to see some of my latest Halloween artist trading cards and other Halloween-related artwork.

If you're interested in participating in the entire art walk, a free LCTA trolley service departs from the Kirby Center on Public Square at 5 p.m. and every half hour until 7:30 p.m.

Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Liz's Watermelon Sorbet Earrings in August 2007 Simply Beads Magazine

The August 2007 issue of Simply Beads magazine features my watermelon sorbet earrings project on page 77. It's a fun and easy project!

Thursday, July 12, 2007

Liz's "Growing Patriotism" Flag Now Available!

Many of my collectors have asked where they can purchase my Growing Patriotism garden flag, which is manufactured by Toland Home & Garden. Feel free to check your local flag store to see if they carry this design. If not, ask them to order it for you. If you're near the Berlin Farmer's Market in Berlin, New Jersey, stop by Five G's, which carries the largest assortment of garden flags I've ever seen. They also happen to carry Growing Patriotism! Five G's is my favorite store in the Berlin Market. Tell them Liz sent you.If you can't wait, try these following links:,,,,
Wave that flag!

Saturday, May 5, 2007

Liz Revit's Jewelry in June 2007 issue of Simply Beads magazine

My Fiesta Anklet & Earrings project is currently featured in the June 2007 issue of Simply Beads magazine. This how-to article guides the reader through step-by-step instructions for the project, which features a delightful mix of beads resembling the festive, bright colors of a tropical island.

If you haven't taken one of my jewelry workshops yet, give this project a try. It's a perfect jewelry ensemble for the summer!
Visit for more information.

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Aloha Pineapple Garden Flag

Collectors have asked me about my Aloha Pineapple garden flag. Again, check with any store that carries flags by Toland Home & Garden, and ask for this design. If you're in need of one right now, click on this link. Toland Aloha Pineapple banner flag