Tea Cup Art Painting Print - Kitchen Decor - Kitchen Art - Gift for Mom - (Archival Print) - "Tea for Five" by Alicia's Infinity

Tea Cup Art Painting Print - Kitchen Decor - Kitchen Art - Gift for Mom - (Archival Print) - "Tea for Five" by Alicia's Infinity

Styrofoam cup art by Iamboey. I know, too much exposure from the Sharpie commercials, but still awesome...modern take on blue and white and possibly spiffy fundraiser idea!

Styrofoam cup art by Iamboey. I know, too much exposure from the Sharpie commercials, but still awesome...modern take on blue and white and possibly spiffy fundraiser idea!

It's always time for tea in my house. I blame it on being English, I drink a LOT of tea. And I love nothing more than buying new tea cups and teapots. I've been really busy these last few months, l...

It's always time for tea in my house. I blame it on being English, I drink a LOT of tea. And I love nothing more than buying new tea cups and teapots. I've been really busy these last few months, l...

Gorgeous Starbucks Cups Decorated With Eye-Catching, Intricate Illustrations - DesignTAXI.com

Gorgeous Starbucks Cups Decorated With Eye-Catching, Intricate Illustrations - DesignTAXI.com

Coffee cup art by Diane Salter. A beautiful little tutorial. Her gelli printed & painted papers are so stunning too.

Coffee cup art by Diane Salter. A beautiful little tutorial. Her gelli printed & painted papers are so stunning too.

To young artists: Don't worry about brand names of materials and just start creating. You can use almost anything to create with. Hard work and dedication will make you a better artist, not the name on the side of the utensil. As you spend more time creating, you will learn what brands and supplies you prefer for certain projects. What works best for me, doesn't mean that is what you should use. Experiment. Try new things. Go into an art store yourself and see what might be fun to create…

To young artists: Don't worry about brand names of materials and just start creating. You can use almost anything to create with. Hard work and dedication will make you a better artist, not the name on the side of the utensil. As you spend more time creating, you will learn what brands and supplies you prefer for certain projects. What works best for me, doesn't mean that is what you should use. Experiment. Try new things. Go into an art store yourself and see what might be fun to create…

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