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Snow at Giverny, 1892 by Claude Monet
It has certainly been a cold and snowy winter, no? Sometimes this season can be a real downer for those who love painting nature and landscapes. Thick blankets of snow can seem a little one-dimensional… grab a white sheet of paper and you’re pretty much done, right? Actually, there’s a lot more to discover in snowy landscapes!
Posted by:
Lzahn, on January 28th, 2014 at 3:00pm. No Comments
Categories: Art, Kids, Tips
Public Garden with a Corner of the Yellow House by Vincent Van Gogh (1888)
When you’re drawing in pen or pencil, do you sometimes find it challenging to depict shading, depth or texture? Allow me to introduce you to your new best friend… a little technique called crosshatching!
Posted by:
Lzahn, on May 17th, 2013 at 5:32pm. No Comments
Categories: Art, Kids, Tips
Precipice No. 2.2 by Crystal Jackson, drawing with triangles
Even though the world is your oyster when you draw (you can literally draw anything!), sometimes limiting yourself to the basics can really exercise your imagination. If you’re looking to put a spin on your usual doodling habits, try experimenting with shapes.
Posted by:
Lzahn, on May 15th, 2013 at 2:07pm. No Comments
Categories: Art, Kids, Tips
Fez by Elisa Di Fiore
My name is Elisa and I'm originally from Italy. I moved to the US in 2006, then recently moved back to Europe. I live in Finland now, but I'm always visiting new places. I can do this because I work from home --I work in videogame localization, translating games from English into Italian.
Posted by:
Arlene, on March 24th, 2013 at 2:34pm. No Comments
Crayons Recycled
What if I told you that you could recycle all your broken crayon stubs and old glue sticks and create your own crayon colors? Well… that’s exactly what I’m telling you!
Posted by:
Lzahn, on December 18th, 2012 at 11:12pm. No Comments
Unique autumn tablescape, DIY decor, fall decor, table centerpiece
While there will be plenty of time for snowmen and candy canes, let’s enjoy the beautiful autumnal colors and vegetation while we still can! One blogger who is definitely highlighting the beauty of the season is Emily of Cupcakes and Cashmere with her Festive Fall Table. This quirky, earthy tablescape showcases the unique magnificence of autumn.
Posted by:
Lzahn, on November 1st, 2012 at 4:05pm. No Comments
Chalkboard mugs, crafting with chalk, crafting with chalkboard paint
Welcome to what looks like the second installment of “How to Make Plain Mugs Awesome.” This fun craft comes from Amanda of Wit & Whistle to turn your mug into a chalkboard! You could draw on designs, leave notes to loved ones in the morning, or jot down ideas that come over coffee.
Posted by:
Lzahn, on September 27th, 2012 at 12:03pm. No Comments
Categories: Crafts, Tutorials, Decor, Kids, Tips
Sticky Sweet Cheat Sheet
Glue: the unsung hero of the crafter’s toolbox. From sticks to pastes to guns to sprays, glue is the backbone of so many projects, but never gets a whole lot of attention... Until now! When it comes to breaking down the many varieties and uses of adhesives, Kate from Design Sponge has got it covered with her detailed chart.
Posted by:
Lzahn, on September 10th, 2012 at 12:14pm. No Comments
Categories: Crafts, Tips, Link Love
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