Hi all. Seth Apter back on the blog, sharing a recent piece that I have created. One of my mottos when it comes to mixed media is more is more. There is always room for one more layer or a little more texture. But I also have another motto and that is it is all
I had to use the Aren’t You Sweet Etched Dies from the Market Fresh Collection by Debi Adams as something more than a paper craft project. With summer coming around the corner, this kind of project would be fun for little girls to create and wear with pride – an Aren’t You Sweet Strawberry Pendant!
Hello, fellow makers! I’m thrilled to be sharing this fun and easy aloha sign as a guest maker on the Spellbinder’s blog today! I love this little Pineapple Contour Steel Rule Die and knew I just had to make something cute for our front door with it, so I came up with the following design.
I am always looking for ways to take my die cuts to a new level. For me, that usually means layering, texturizing or dimensionalizing. Those are words, right? I used a heat embossing technique on the pieces I am showcasing today to create more texture, interest and a bit of sheen on the surface of
Target + DIY = Retail Therapy + Creative Therapy: my happy place equation that makes my trips to get a gallon of milk and new socks for my kids much more exciting! I found this plain little geometric vase at Target and saw so much potential. I decided to hit YouTube to see if I
Hello, friends! This is Yana Smakula. What do you do when you come to U.S. eat a lot of yummy food and can no longer fit into your favorite pants? You use them for an art project! Hover over the image below to see what product I used. I’m sharing a first post in a