I painted this canvas at Elements Art Center. It was a lot of fun, even if it did stress me out. The staff helped me correct a couple of mishaps and I am happy with results. Even if the boots look like some sort of cowboy rain boot hybrid.
This is an altered allotted tin. I used polymer clay, sea shells from our recent vacation and stamps.
Miniture clay food using polymer clay. I tried a few new techniques that worked well.
This is the perfect pre camping trip craft that will allow you to make use of old jars and add a little light and glam to your trip. I used old jars I had on hand. Most were Smuckers Natural Peanut butter glass jars. Remove the labels by soaking in hot water.
I wish I had an awesome DIY craft project to share this week. What I have is a finished project that I gave to my three year old. She was thrilled with it- me, not so much. It was fun to create but it is no masterpiece.
My mom painted the pink owl. Mine is the blue/purple owl that reminds me of a furby.
We used acrylic paint, small canvases, and regular paintbrushes.
My default craft is polymer clay so when I don't have a craft idea I start there. My mom and I saw some cute fairy garden stuff at the store. So, we decided to make our own tiny fairy garden decorations for my moms garden.
Atfer sculpting and baking our tiny accessories we set them up outside to photograph before sending them on to my mom's house. Here are some close up photos of our creations. From my tiny leaf table and chairs to the awesome tree my mom made we on a roll!
I had a lot of fun creating this tiny things! My personal favorite is the little koi pond. Mom's red mushrooms added a fun flash of color. There were a few creations that did not work out and I forgot to photograph them but trust me they were terrible.
Project Level: Intermediate
Break out the glitter, glue gun, and get inspired to slap some paint on something!