Mixed-media artist Hollie Chastain work draws viewers in, and she is inspired by materials with a history. Learn more in this online extra.
Inspired by her Japanese heritage and the idea of creating on an everyday object, Irene Rafael chose a unique substrate for her art making: tea bags.
We had so many great ideas and techniques in the January/February issue that we couldn’t fit them all in. Here are some Online Extras for the articles “Collage Stories” and “Jewelry that Inspires.”
A Cloth Paper Scissors online extra from Annie O’Brien Gonzales on how to critique your own art.
Enjoy these two online extras from the September/October 2016 issue of Cloth Paper Scissors, featuring handmade book ideas from Dea Fischer and Jen Crossley!
Free downloads of a step-by-step nature journal and a wire-wrapped necklace in these online extras from Cloth Paper Scissors!
Enjoy these free downloads, including extra art, a technique for making a doodle art journal, and a tutorial for building a doodle library.
Mixed-media artist Rebecca Ringquist was profiled in the March/April 2016 issue; here we share more of her Q&A and her artwork.
Lesley Riley loves to add lots of layers in her art. See her article, Layering Texture and Text, in the November/December issue of Cloth Paper Scissors.
Use this pattern to create the Paper Clay Art from Rogene Manas, as featured in the November/December issue of Cloth Paper Scissors.