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Life is Sweet: Fruit Slice Cards in 10 Minutes or Less

Tuesday, July 19th, 2016

This summer, I am a little obsessed with fruit. It is the perfect motif for the season and it is full of bright, beautiful colors. For these fruit slice cards, I created my own simple stamp to create some orange, lime, and watermelon slices. With a simple stamped sentiment, these cards declare that “life is […]

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This summer, I am a little obsessed with fruit. It is the perfect motif for the season and it is full of bright, beautiful colors. For these fruit slice cards, I created my own simple stamp to create some orange, lime, and watermelon slices. With a simple stamped sentiment, these cards declare that “life is […]

From Assemblage Art to Flaming Hearts, Create These 9 Projects with Sandra Evertson’s Relics and Artifacts

Friday, July 8th, 2016

Relics and Artifacts are extremely versatile. Whether you’re creating a necklace or a piece of mixed-media art, Relics and Artifacts pair well with a wide variety of materials. Create something modern, or age the matte resin pieces for instant vintage glamour. From flaming hearts to wearable pieces of assemblage art, make a statement with these […]

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Relics and Artifacts are extremely versatile. Whether you’re creating a necklace or a piece of mixed-media art, Relics and Artifacts pair well with a wide variety of materials. Create something modern, or age the matte resin pieces for instant vintage glamour. From flaming hearts to wearable pieces of assemblage art, make a statement with these […]

9 Projects for Summer Craftin’ With Kids!

Tuesday, June 28th, 2016

School’s out for the summer and your grandkids, children, nieces, nephews, and even great-grandchildren are looking for something fun to do! Encourage their creativity with these 9 projects from The Studio that are fun for both children and adults. Each has a recommended age group and some ideas for how you can get in on […]

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School’s out for the summer and your grandkids, children, nieces, nephews, and even great-grandchildren are looking for something fun to do! Encourage their creativity with these 9 projects from The Studio that are fun for both children and adults. Each has a recommended age group and some ideas for how you can get in on […]

Add Some Shabby Chic Flair to Your Next Crafting Session with these 10 Project Ideas

Friday, June 24th, 2016

Shabby chic decorating is making a comeback and we couldn’t be happier. Shabby chic embraces the popular color pallets of pure whites, creams, and muted or pastel colors — however, you will also find robin’s egg blue and some brighter colors too. This style also encompasses romantic themes such as cherubs, Paris, and gardens. Incorporate […]

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Shabby chic decorating is making a comeback and we couldn’t be happier. Shabby chic embraces the popular color pallets of pure whites, creams, and muted or pastel colors — however, you will also find robin’s egg blue and some brighter colors too. This style also encompasses romantic themes such as cherubs, Paris, and gardens. Incorporate […]

Free Article Download: Bitsy Bowties by Toni Pullen

Tuesday, June 21st, 2016

“Lately I can’t seem to get enough of all the colorful sari ribbons available. What a beautiful way to recycle and reuse! Looking to design a necklace and bracelet combo, I paired the ribbon with polymer clay. This design combination continues to appear in my work lately. Guess you could say I love it! The […]

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“Lately I can’t seem to get enough of all the colorful sari ribbons available. What a beautiful way to recycle and reuse! Looking to design a necklace and bracelet combo, I paired the ribbon with polymer clay. This design combination continues to appear in my work lately. Guess you could say I love it! The […]