Bring Instructors into Your Art Studio on Demand with Craft Daily

When my husband and I want to amuse our children, we tell them about life in the "Dark Ages" of technology, when phones were tethered to the wall and video was non-existent. Raised on VCRs, DVDs, and the DVR, our kids cannot even fathom the concept of having to wait a whole week to see their favorite TV shows at a particular time–not to mention waiting a year for the annual showing of "The Wizard of Oz."

Just a small sampling of the artists and workshops you can
invite into your studio any time via Craft Daily.

The times and technology have definitely changed. And, I have to admit, I really enjoy the freedom to watch whatever I want, whenever–and wherever–I want it. That goes for art inspiration and education as well as entertainment.

I mean, what could be better that to be able to call an expert artist into your home studio whenever you want, to teach you something new or help you fine-tune a technique via video? Now, you can get that with our new video subscription channel, CraftDaily.com.

For example, let's say you're sitting in your art studio, supplies surrounding you, and you're stuck for a background painting idea. With your Craft Daily subscription, you can stream a full-length workshop like Layered & Textured Backgrounds: Art Journaling Tips & Tricks with Paula Phillips.

Or maybe you've been given some jewelry-making supplies, but have no idea how to use them. Just cue up Easy Jewelry Chain Making with Janice Berkebile.

In fact, with a subscription to Craft Daily, you can watch all 130+ full-length art and craft video workshops from your Mac, PC, iOS and most Android devices any time you like, as often as you like. That's more than 124 hours of instruction right now, with more added regularly.

I'd say that with Craft Daily, we've moved completely out of the Dark Ages and into the Age of Art Enlightenment!

P.S. Today is the last day to register for tomorrow's webinar with Jen Cushman,On the Hunt for Found Objects: How to Create New and Eclectic Molds. Register now so you won't miss it! (You can always watch the recording at your leisure.)

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