Macrame Berry Knot DIY
Experience true artisanal spirit and quality for yourself when you buy macrame cord supplies from the hands of a soulful, creative arts educator.
tropical fish ACEO Pearl Blue
I've made this ACEO from Polymer clay in blue and white and added a silver metal fish and starfish, pearls and glass gems. It was 'antiqued' with acrylic paint and then touched with pearl blue and silver metallic paint. A shimmery underwater scene! The glass gems remind me a liquid droplets and the tiny silver bits of clay sparkle like bubbles. It measures 2.5" x 3.5" which is the required size for an ACEO. ACEO stands for 'Artist Cards Editions and Originals' and can be made of any…
Flow in Blues by Hannie Goldgewicht (Mixed-Media Wall Sculpture) | Artful Home
Flow in Blues by Hannie Goldgewicht. Hand-formed copper wall sculpture with ceramic details. Each piece is unique. Slight variations may occur.
using up some of the vast amounts of scrap fabric that I can never throw out! Added to that I've stitched some random flowers by machine. All great fun! :o)
Textured Polymer Clay Inchies by MandarinMoon on DeviantArt
Just finished this group of inchies. Each is 1" square (hence the name ) All color comes from the clay, the only paint used was a wash of black acrylic ... Textured Polymer Clay Inchies
Polymer Clay Heart Enchanted Forest by MandarinMoon on DeviantArt
This little guy measures about 1-1/2" and is made of polymer clay in shades of green, yellow and touches of orange. I think of this color scheme as "pea... Polymer Clay Heart Enchanted Forest
Passport Cover "Two Suns" . Hand painting . Leather
Leather Passport cover Two Suns Noble leather Passport cover for travellers and not only. Original Passport cover protects your passport, Passport cover shows your personality and you will find your passport quickly with this cover. Passport cover fits US, Canadian, UK, European ( except German),
Playful Polymer Clay Art To Have You Smiling With Joy - Bored Art
52.6Kshares Facebook8 Twitter5 Pinterest52.6K StumbleUpon0 TumblrHave you ever watched glass artists working on melted glass, blowing on them, shaping them and then finally plunging the product they have created in cold water to finish it.. or have you looked at potters simply slap on some mud clay on to their potter’s wheel as they shape it into different shapes. Then they have the delight of baking their creations in the clay and glazing them if they want to embellish them further. All…