Glass pendants are really easy to make and the good news is, you don’t need a bezel or tray. If you are new to jewellery… Read More »Easy To Make Glass Pendants – No Bezel or Tray Needed!
You know all those bad acrylic paintings you have? This is what you can do with them – make Jewellery! Yes. Really. Come on –… Read More »Make Stunning Jewellery From Bad Acrylic Paintings!
Dichroic Glass jewelry is very pretty but what if you don’t have the skills or money to buy or make the real deal? Of course,… Read More »How To Make Faux Dichroic Glass Pendants With Alcohol Inks
Paper Bead Ideas – Transform Rubbish
Wherever I go, I am always thinking of new paper bead ideas.
A few weeks back, I was in The Range in a town far far away from where I live.
I was looking at all the enticing art and craft supplies as usual but not seeing quite what I wanted.
Some of my many paper bead ideas have turned me off expensive supplies.
Pretty as pre-printed paper is, I love the challenge of making paper beads from the unusual and the unwanted.
Imagine my excitement when I found this scrap in a garbage bin with a load of junk that had been swept up off the floor!Read More »Paper Beads From Scraps of Rubbish Off a Shop Floor
Junk Journals are really inexpensive and easy to make from – well…er – JUNK! (See my YouTube film here.) Crafting really doesn’t have to be… Read More »Junk Journals – Have Crafty Fun With RUBBISH!
Doodling on pebbles and stones is great fun and very inexpensive!
It is a craft that all ages and abilities can do and all you need are the kind of smooth, flat pebbles you find on the beach. If you want to go straight to my film on how I prepare my stones and then doodle on them, click here.
If you don’t live near the beach but want to try doodling on pebbles and stones, turn over some earth in your garden and see what kind of stones there are where you live – you may be lucky!
What craft stuff do you need for doodling on pebbles and stones?
The good news is, not much! You will of course need whatever pebbles or stones you have found for free and a couple of black fine liner pens. You may want to use a colored gel pen as well if you want to do what I have done here and add a dash of color. I used a red metallic glitter gel pen.
There are many reasons why you may want to learn how to transfer an image to glass.
In my latest video How To Transfer An Image To Glass I show you how to transfer an image to a sheet of glass that you could stand in a window to catch the light coming through.
In a second short video How To Transfer Images To Glass Objects, I show you how I put my images onto a small glass and a large vase.Read More »How To Transfer An Image To Glass
Turning Photos Into Sketches Turning photos in sketches is a brilliant way for people who feel they ‘cannot draw’, to be creative. If you want… Read More »Have You Thought About Turning Photos Into Sketches?