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Fuel Your Creative Confidence with our January/February Issue!

It’s the start of a new year, and I’m so excited to tell you about the January/February issue of Cloth Paper Scissors magazine. If you want more creative confidence and extra enjoyment out of making art, this is the issue you must see! No matter where you are in your art practice—rank beginner or seasoned…

Studio Saturday: Selling at Art and Craft Fairs

I’m going to skip the I-can’t-believe-it’s-October-already exasperation and go straight to the reality that the holidays are almost here. If you’re thinking about selling at art and craft fairs, yay! Selling your artwork can be extremely rewarding, and I’ve learned a ton from setting up shop at holiday markets. Today I’d love to share some…

September/October 2017 Issue | Cloth Paper Scissors Magazine

We discovered that encaustic was something our readers were very interested in, so we have dedicated the September/October issue of Cloth Paper Scissors magazine to encaustic, with plenty of articles and art to educate and inspire. From Editorial Director Jeannine Stein, in the September/October 2017 issue:  A little over a year ago we conducted an online reader survey to find…

July/August Issue

If you consider yourself a deep lover of the natural world, the July/August issue of Cloth Paper Scissors is a must-have!

May/June 2016 Issue

Our Cloth Paper Scissors contributors love tools as much as we do and they have some great projects and ideas for you in the May/June 2016 issue!

March/April 2016 Issue

Discover ways to add stitch to your mixed-media artwork with the March/April 2016 issue of Cloth Paper Scissors, which has been newly redesigned! Create a sewn garland, make an accordion collage book, and learn how to manipulate fabric with stitch. Also, make faux porcelain jewelry and go on an art journal adventure. From Jeannine Stein, in…