Today we welcome mixed-media artist Cat Kerr, who shares a step-by-step lesson on making a three-dimensional art project featuring a pretty bird!
Celebrate “Sew-a-Softie Day” with this fabric art idea for softies and stuffies!
After learning about a common laundry room item that Rae Missigman uses for her colorful mixed-media art, I have yet another way to multi-task!
Collage, die cuts with dimension, textured acrylics–the latest issue of Cloth Paper Scissors will have you stopping everything to try out the new techniques and tools we’re sharing with you.
Learn about five types of clay that you can use to make three-dimensional art–without an oven or kiln!
With so many varieties of birds in the world, it’s only natural that fabric birds would inspire a mixed-media project that also makes a great handmade gift.
Take advantage of this felting step-by-step for beautifully textured fabric art, no matter what technique you use.
One of the things I love about art is that it reveals emotions we may not realize are so close to the surface. As we take the first steps to create something new, those emotions and ideas may shift, and begin to tell a story. That’s where the sweet spot is. When you can look…
The cool thing about this paper art wreath is that you can dress it up a little all through the year so that it reflects the current holiday or season.
Isn’t it wonderful to have a block of uninterrupted time to look forward to, knowing it will be spent on your art? Sometimes I block an hour or two for myself on Friday nights (I guess you can tell I’m not 21 anymore) to focus on a creative project. I’ll fiercely protect that time all…