These articles will help you get started in a variety of areas.
A few things to help you make your inexpensive paper punches last longer, and work better.
Wondering what these terms mean? Here’s a quick visual guide.
Ever wonder what all those paper craft terms really mean? Here are some answers.
A big, long list of over 350 themes for altered artwork.
Here’s a quick look at the scissors and other cutting implements I use when making things.
A quick rundown of which glues I use, and what I use them for.
Shy about combining colors? Try using a piece of fabric as a guide.
Wondering what the heck I mean when I say to use text pages in a project? This video will clear things up.
To go along with the potion bottle lesson I posted, here’s a quick video on sponge painting.
Jeanne asked how to get a better result from her glue sticks—and here’s my answer.
In my last article, I mentioned briefly the difference between cheap and expensive paints. Since that seems to be the thing most people commented upon, I thought I’d split that information out and elaborate a bit.
Just getting started on your artist trading card journey? Try this article.
A quick rundown of what they are, and what to do with them.
Never heard of one? Start here.