Archive for the 'How-To Project Tutorials' Category

Explore 5 Mixed-Media Projects by Guest Artist Finnabair

Tuesday, July 26th, 2016

From her grungy texture pastes to her mixed-media elements, Finnabair has an aesthetic that is all her own. Explore her projects using her signature layered style and find inspiration for your own stitched, stenciled, collaged, and painted mixed-media art.

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From her grungy texture pastes to her mixed-media elements, Finnabair has an aesthetic that is all her own. Explore her projects using her signature layered style and find inspiration for your own stitched, stenciled, collaged, and painted mixed-media art.

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 […]

Get Inspired with the Latest Issues of Art Journaling and Somerset Studio

Tuesday, July 12th, 2016

  This month’s new issues of Art Journaling and Somerset Studio were so great that we couldn’t resist sharing the inside scoop. From paper dolls on parade to decadent art journal pages, here’s our favorites from the latest issues.

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  This month’s new issues of Art Journaling and Somerset Studio were so great that we couldn’t resist sharing the inside scoop. From paper dolls on parade to decadent art journal pages, here’s our favorites from the latest issues.

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 […]