Up-cycled Vases: Trash to Terra-cotta
When I found this tutorial from Geneva Vaderzeil, I was awe-struck. It's genius. We are all surrounded by thrift stores swimming in ugly, old vases, begging to be up-cycled and saved! (I went to ONE store and found dozens of vases to choose from and came home with THIRTEEN!) But most of us wouldn't want to put these directly on our shelves or fireplace mantles. However, I dare you to not want these all over your house after this simple DIY! Just look at these before and after shots! This…
Adorable Things to Do with Your Kid’s Art (Aside from Just Slapping It on the Fridge)
: There are other ways to show off your children’s art projects than sticking them all over the refrigerator. From storage-friendly frames to mosaic murals, here, 9 better ideas.
The right way to use a stencil with a gel plate - Carolyn Dube
What is the “right” way to monoprint with a stencil? Do you put the paint on the gel plate first or do you put the stencil on first? Both ways work wonderfully which means however you want to print with a stencil is the right way! What about the size of the stencil and gel plate? […]
Gelatin Printing Magazine "Transfer"
I am a woman obsessed! At one point, I even had two gelatin plates going at the same time: So what is it I'm obsessed with? It's this super cool technique where magazine pages resist the ink on the gelatin plate. It creates a "transfer" that is not backwards! Birgit Koopsen shared this technique video on the Gelli Arts blog: I immediately knew that I had to give it a go! I had mediocre success with a National Geographic Magazine and an ancient Life Magazine. So, I went out and bought a copy…
ONE ROOM CHALLENGE WEEK 6 // THE REVEAL | Hunted Interior
Week 6 of the One Room Challenge is here! Even though I have been taking my father to radiation treatments daily and have had the flu (twice) during
Flowers in vase wall art printable Simple Floral print Black and white room decor Minimalist home art Wildflower poster Botanic ink drawing
This listing is for instant download of printable wall art with flowers bouquet in vase. This simple floral drawing print will make lovely and delicate home decor. It will fit in bedroom, living room, kitchen, office, teen girl room and nursery in Scandinavian, rustic, modern style. You will receive 5 high resolution (300 dpi) files to choose poster size and file format: • 1 PDF file, size 8x10 inches • 1 JPG file, size 8x10 inches • 1 PDF file, size 11x14 inches • 1 JPG file, size 11x14…
1/6 scale A Frame Cabin project.
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Phenomenal Junk Portraits
Tom Deininger - Artist Tom Deininger has created vivid portraits using discarded junk. Whether Deininger ran out of paint that day or he was just feeling extremely...
How to Turn a Shower Curtain Into Wall Art!
Large art pieces can get pricey! Why not turn a shower curtain into wall art? Here’s a super simple way to get art for the outdoors at a fraction of the cost! Hello! Really fun and quick project for you today. Remember my cute turtle picture from our latest one room challenge reveal? Remember how I told you that I turned a shower curtain into art? Well, today I show you just how easy it is to make your own large-scale art piece! MATERIALS: Fabric Shower Curtain (your choice) S…
Flowers in vase Minimalist drawing print Simple floral wall art printable Wildflowers bouquet poster Home decor in rustic farmhouse style
This listing is for instant download of printable wall art with flowers bouquet in vase. This simple floral drawing print will make great decor in your home in rustic, farmhouse, modern style. You will receive 5 high resolution (300 dpi) files to choose poster size and file format: • 1 PDF file, size 8x10 inches • 1 JPG file, size 8x10 inches • 1 PDF file, size 11x14 inches • 1 JPG file, size 11x14 inches • 1 PDF file, size A3 (29,7x42 cm). From this file you can print A4 size as well…
Cyanotype: how to make it yourself in 6 simple steps
Would you like to make your own cyanotype? Wenda Torenbosh, a stylist from The Netherlands, explains how to do it in 6 simple steps.