Jessica Swift employs stamping techniques and bravely uses color to create gorgeous mixed-media art. Also, a bonus demo on how to make your own stamps!
Let’s be honest–it isn’t easy to resist something that glitters. So why not add a touch (or more) of shine to your mixed-media art? Let Christine Adolph show you how to use transfer foil without using an expensive machine.
There may be no better gift for an artist than art books that feature the latest and greatest techniques. Since artists thrive on getting inspired by new ideas, a book lets the recipient know that you don’t just believe in their talent, you also support their creative pursuits—and that says a lot. Trust me. With that in…
Discover painting inspiration for art journaling!
A free mini-lesson on watercolor painting for beginners from Gina Rossi Armfield. Use this idea for your art journal and more!
A quick lesson from Elizabeth St. Hilaire on how to make handmade cards using painted papers that you can include in your holiday preparations.
We’re in the home stretch of the Cloth Paper Scissors Holiday Sweepstakes, and today’s prize is a great package from Testors that includes great Acrylic Paint sets, brushes and applicators, and a customizable Airbrainz Airbrush. Hurry to sign up for this great prize on our Sweepstakes page, and don’t miss more fantastic prizes tomorrow and Wednesday! If…
For the project in this new Lettering Lesson, Taylor Huizenga created a sticker label for her scrapbook as a keepsake from her trip to England.
Today is day ten of the Cloth Paper Scissors Holiday Sweepstakes! I hope you’ve been signing up to win some amazing prizes—the sweepstakes goes through November 23rd, and you can sign up on our sweepstakes page. Today, November 20th, the prize is an incredible bundle from Grafix, called Grafix Essentials, and includes Shrink Film, Computer Grafix…
Darlene Olivia McElroy tells us that she wants viewers “to be first pulled into the visuals of the art, and then wonder how it was done.” Take a look at her mixed-media art and I think you’ll agree that the images give you reason to pause, to think, to wonder.