Buy a canvas (or two. Or three!). Express yourself! Don't limit yourself to paint: make collages! Cut out magazine photos, use old tickets or postcards; anything. Then, hang it above your bed. Voila: an instant headboard or wall art! ~Caress~
Frosty Winter Morning – A solitary tree with snow laden branches is silhouetted against a wintery morning sky. The colors of this quilt were inspired by the two fabrics at the bottom of the quilt featuring plants covered with frost. Many other pale and pastel shades of pink, lavender and gray evoke
13 ways to DIY quotes on canvas or wood [repost from closed uncommonflock.com] | infinite
The following is a re-post from uncommonflock.com, an old blog Sara and I worked on: Feeling irrationally excited by our first post being accepted to craftgawker, all the girls and I can do is just…Read on →
Borrowed this idea from another pinner. Canvas from Michael's, painted with brown acrylic paint. Then cut silhouettes out of scrapbook paper and secured with glue stick. Last step...mod podge. . DIY but with red
Batik on Canvas Tutorial for Beginners and Children
Batik on Canvas Tutorial for Beginners and Children: Follow easy steps and create beautiful batik on canvas paintings or teach your children to do it. This batik tutorial is part of art therapy classes held by ZoricaDuranicZorica Duranic at center for children with disabilities Ivan Stark, Osijek, C...
Welcome to my blog - I am a mixed media artist mainly working in acrylic paint, and adding paper, inks, glitter, impasto, sand, beads, pastels and whatever takes my fancy! I also create watercolour and ink illustrations, which can be bought unframed, and are also made into greeting cards. I take commissions, if you want something that may have already sold, or you would like something original or in another size or colour.