Explore these ideas and more!

Explore related topics

bird

Tear Garden

bird

Abbess

Abbess

Cry if you need to

Cry if you need to, an art print by Kate Bianco

I got my eyes on you

I got my eyes on you

easy affordable diy feather duster wall art, crafts, wall decor

Shut the front door! This is a wall art technique we haven't seen before and the outcome is stunning:

Paper Flower Tutorial: Storybook Paper Roses

Paper Flower Tutorial: Storybook Paper Roses

The original tutorial for for Storybook paper roses, as seen on 100 Layer Cake. This is my technique for making roses out of book pages or sheet music.

Last year I chased my dream and become a full-time paper artist, and now I am creating everyday!   Creating one thing takes about a day, sometimes less, sometimes much more. And I love bringing colour to people's lives.

I Quit My Hr Job To Create Paper Art (Part 2)

Breath Taking Paper Art By Sena Runa. Artist Sena Runa quit her hr job to dedicate herself to creating colorful, intricate paper art

http://www.boredpanda.com/super-detailed-ink-drawings-pavneet-sembhi/

I Am Obsessed With Drawing Super Detailed Art

Popped Bubble Art: I've done this activity with my kids a few times now and it never fails to fascinate them - and me!  Simply color bubble mix with food coloring and blow bubbles onto paper - as the bubbles land and pop, they create beautiful works of art. It goes without saying that this project is best done outdoors.  A great one for those lazy summer afternoons.

Popped Bubble Art

Popped Bubble Art: Simply color bubble mix with food coloring and blow bubbles onto paper. As the bubbles land and pop, they create beautiful works of art. A great kids activity for those lazy summer afternoons

My kids love wearable art. This fabric printing method is especially do-able because it doesn't require any special fabric medium, just plain old crayons. Use plain crayons and sandpaper to make bright, colorful designs on any cotton t-shirt. A great girl scout, class project, or birthday party activity!

Fabric Printing (Permanently) with Crayons and Sandpaper

My kids love wearable art. This fabric printing method is especially do-able because it doesn't require any special fabric medium, just plain old crayons. Use plain crayons and sandpaper to make bright, colorful designs on any cotton t-shirt. A great girl scout, class project, or birthday party activity!

Pinterest
Search