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Free Bag Patterns. Make It and Love It. Links & Calculators-Soap making Supplies - Fragrance & Essential Oils for Soapmaking - Lotions & Moisturiser Ingredients, Moulds, Molds and Colours for Australians. Crafts by Amanda. Yellowtrace blog » Paper Art Extravaganza.: American artist, Jen Stark, creates three-dimensional pieces which take paper to a whole new level.

yellowtrace blog » Paper Art Extravaganza.:

She is famous for layering paper into kaleidoscopic topographical landscapes of wild color and bold shapes. Absolutely magnificent. Books of Art by Isaac Salazar. Are you serious? Wow. ‘Letter A’ is a hand-cut typography piece by Bianca Chang, consists of 180 hand-cut, spiraling layers. Exquisite piece by Matt Shlian. Enfant De Papier by Boutte Nathalie from Curious Collection contest. Have you noticed how huge paper art is at the moment?

Even thought I’ve blogged about some clever paper peeps before, I thought it was time for a little update. Enjoy. Oh, yeah. Work of Jeff Nishinaka from Los Angeles. Handmade paper hummingbird by papernoodle. Cardboard Heaven project by Nina Lindgreen. Ok, this is almost paper, but not really. Work by Paris based Le Creative Sweatshop agency. Knitting Crochet Sewing Crafts Patterns and Ideas! Gelati Scoop Sugar Scrub-Soap making Supplies - Fragrance & Essential Oils for Soapmaking - Lotions & Moisturiser Ingredients, Moulds, Molds and Colours for Australians. Customers have seen scoops of Sugar Scrub looking like scoops of Ice Cream around their local farmers markets and craft fairs and have asked us for a recipe, so here it is!

Gelati Scoop Sugar Scrub-Soap making Supplies - Fragrance & Essential Oils for Soapmaking - Lotions & Moisturiser Ingredients, Moulds, Molds and Colours for Australians

If you make “novelty” or “food” Bath & Body, this suits perfectly, you can serve ithis scrub as a “scoop”, or if you love the texture, but prefer a non-food type product, a Bail Jar, Economy Tub or Wide Neck Jar will also work beautifully to present the scrub. To really jazz this up, try some budget parfait glasses or dessert bowls, often you can find these in thrift shops, or even places like Big W. What you'll need You'll also need a medium to large sized microwavable bowl or jug, spatula, electric hand whisk and regular Melt & Pour Colours and Fragrance or Essential Oils. Note 1: Fragrance Choice – if selecting “foody” fragrances, such as Oatmeal Milk & Honey, Gingersnap, Ginger Souffle, Mint Chocolate Chip, Dark Rich Chocolate the soap mixture will discolour honey/tan colour.

Back to Main Recipes Index. Lil Blue Boo. Anna Maria Horner. A selection of graphic projects.


Knitting. Scrapbooking. Sewing. Jewelry. ColorSchemer - Online Color Scheme Generator. Katie Kirk Illustration. Simply Create Kids — Displaying Kids Artwork in a Beautiful Way! How to make an easy Rag Wreath. Oneprettything. Laura Cater-Woods Textile & Fiber Artist. My primary recommendation is to read and explore outside of your medium.

Laura Cater-Woods Textile & Fiber Artist

That is, stretch your mind, learn about other points of view. Explore the world. Look at art by painters, sculptors, printmakers as well as in fibers, clay and wood. Whenever possible, look at the work in person. Pay attention to what in it speaks to you and why, or what repels you and why. Why not visit the National Gallery on-line. In Print:My newest book!!! Idea to Imagea guided studio workbook is still available.39 pages, spiral bound, black and white and color, lots of white space for you to fill with your ideas, your notes, your responses to the suggestions and prompts in the workbook.$17.50 plus shipping to order click here Books on professional development: These books on professional development are all slightly different.

Art & Reality can help you formulate a serious plan. Sew Petti. Craftig / Published Stories. How to Make Pom Pom Flowers. I have a thing for flowers that look like pom poms.

How to Make Pom Pom Flowers

Mums, allium, chive blossoms, dahlias – love ‘em! Since fresh flowers aren’t always in the budget, and because I have a brown thumb, I started thinking about what I could do to brighten up our apartment with flowers without actually using flowers. Soon, the idea for some sort of pom pom flower started bouncing around in my head, and this is what I came up with. How to make pom poms? I googled around and found a number of tutorials, including several that use the cardboard donut method, which can be found here, here, and here. Though my method basically follows the Bella Dia tutorial, I have made some slight variations, so I’ve posted my method below. What you’ll need for the project: yarn small, sharp scissors wire cutters a hot glue gun and glue sticks materials for the stems (paper or fabric covered floral wire or my favorite, branches or twigs) The more times you wrap the yarn, the fuller your pom pom will be.

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