A few days ago I posted a fractured art idea. I had a go at creating an example for my relief folder, & also to see how long it would take to complete! After scrunching the paper, & starting to trace over the lines, I decided to cut the A4 paper in half! It took 30 min to trace the lines & about 45 min to colour in. Not as long as I thought it would take! Plus that time included helping my little boy with his own cutting, glueing & colouring project.
I saw this at Jerry's Artarama Art Bar last week to hold colored pencils....It is cut tubes of PVC pipe glued together in holder. I thought it was really cool and could be adapted to hold bruses or paint tubes too,
I am excited to share with you my new video series called "Sharpie Coloring Secrets." I show you several fun and exciting Sharpie coloring techniques that you may never have seen or considered. And of course these techniques work with most any brand of alcohol markers including Copic, Spectrum Noir and Bic. This is a…
GREAT bible verse craft! just pick up a few free paint tabs from walmart or a home improvement store, write your favorite verses in permanent marker on the different squares. so easy! you could get creative with different colored sharpies or different colored tabs. you could even cut up the squares form a cool collage too. i just made these to hang by my desk in my dorm room at college. by patrica
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