Make your own card

Make your own card

Make your own card Wedding Card for the Bride and Groom Add a personal touch to any wedding by creating your own personalized wedding card for the bride and groom. The wedding season is coming up create this unique card. No drawing skills necessary.   Do it on a larger scale and create artwork for your room. See full tutorial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpn6xQW5DV8

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Flower Tutorial

Flower Tutorial

I keep seeing textured paintings in stores and on the internet.  I decided to purchase tissue paper from the dollar store, the same one that people use for gifts. I also purchase the largest canvas that I could find, also from the dollar store. The size is 16 inch by 20 inch.  I wanted to do a demo painting first before I did a larger one. This  painting turned out to be very easy to do, and very forgiving. Now I can do something on a larger scale. Supplies Needed for Art Tutorial 16 x 20 inch canvas Tissue paper Yellow and green paint or colors mix your own colors Paint brushes White school glue. A pallet for mixing paint…

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Sphere Art Tutorial

Sphere Art Tutorial

Learn how to create affordable art for your home. This can be done in any size. Send in a picture of your finish work so I can post it on my blog. Instead of using black pen try using red it would creating a nice punch of color for any room. Click on link below. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qubtttXCJU4&feature=c4-overview&list=UUFrAnui_cmfls6NY5nkgmjw Good luck Be sure to email me if you have any questions.

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Angels of Peace

Angels of Peace

Rare Sea-foam Beach Glass Angels 5 x 7 on Canvas Board $30.00   Beach Glass are found on beaches along oceans, bays, rivers or large lakes that has been tumbled and smoothed by the waves, water and sand, creating smooth, frosted shards of glass. The color of beach glass is determined by its original source. Most beach glass comes from bottles, but it can also come from jars, plates, windows, windshields, collect beach ceramics or pottery. The most common colors of glass are kelly green, brown, and clear. These colors come from bottles used by companies that sell beer, juices, and soft drinks. Seafoam Green – While the most common source for this lovely shade of light green glass was most likely…

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