Archive for the 'How-To Project Tutorials' Category

Get Ready for Summertime Fun with Pineapple Party Favor Bags!

Friday, May 20th, 2016

Have some fun in the sun, throw a backyard BBQ, and more with these festive favor bags for any summer occasion. In just a few steps, create a whimsical bag of goodies that is sure to please.

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Have some fun in the sun, throw a backyard BBQ, and more with these festive favor bags for any summer occasion. In just a few steps, create a whimsical bag of goodies that is sure to please.

Free Article Download: Mixed-Media Sample Book by Karen Turner from Sew Somerset

Tuesday, May 17th, 2016

“As a textile artist, texture, color, and lines fascinate me. I also like to find out how different materials sit together, how they handle, and what their effects and possibilities might be. Sometimes I make small samples before embarking on a major piece of art. My favorite way to collect such samples together is to […]

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“As a textile artist, texture, color, and lines fascinate me. I also like to find out how different materials sit together, how they handle, and what their effects and possibilities might be. Sometimes I make small samples before embarking on a major piece of art. My favorite way to collect such samples together is to […]

How to: Mixed-Media Ribbon Canvas + Go-Organize.com Giveaway

Monday, May 9th, 2016

Project by Sarah Donawerth. When asked to create a ribbon project for the blog, initially all I could think of was bows and gift packaging. Ribbon seems synonymous with tying bows and finishing wrapped packages, but this project takes the beloved partner of wrapping paper and plunges it headfirst into the mixed-media world.

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Project by Sarah Donawerth. When asked to create a ribbon project for the blog, initially all I could think of was bows and gift packaging. Ribbon seems synonymous with tying bows and finishing wrapped packages, but this project takes the beloved partner of wrapping paper and plunges it headfirst into the mixed-media world.

Free Article Download: Backing It Up by Heather Kindt

Friday, April 29th, 2016

“One of my favorite aspects of art journaling is having a place to experiment. There is less pressure when working in a journal than on a canvas. The effects I achieve when experimenting are what become my artsy-looking backgrounds. An interesting background can turn a simple focal image into art. The beauty of it is […]

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“One of my favorite aspects of art journaling is having a place to experiment. There is less pressure when working in a journal than on a canvas. The effects I achieve when experimenting are what become my artsy-looking backgrounds. An interesting background can turn a simple focal image into art. The beauty of it is […]

For the Birds: 40 Projects with our Fine-Feathered Friends

Tuesday, April 26th, 2016

This week, we’re celebrating our fine-feathered friends with 40 Studio Projects. A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush, but we had a whopping 40+ projects from The Studio with these winged creatures. We could say we have birds on our mind, but that would make us bird-brained! Here are the best […]

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This week, we’re celebrating our fine-feathered friends with 40 Studio Projects. A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush, but we had a whopping 40+ projects from The Studio with these winged creatures. We could say we have birds on our mind, but that would make us bird-brained! Here are the best […]