Tim Holtz demonstrates how to use distress inks and perfect pearls to create a beautiful distress effect on paper. Use for gift tags, cards, scrapbook pages and other paper crafts.
Need help organizing your paints and inks? Tim Holtz shares some ideas using decorative storage tins. Create an attractive place to store your favorite paper craft products.
Take something that would be trash and turn it into a creative twist on a Mother's Day card. Follow this video from Corey Colwell-Lipson of Celebrate Green to turn a box into a treasure box for Mom.
Judi demonstrates how to use rubber stamps, velvet ink and scallop punches to create a variety of beautiful elements for scrapbooking and card making. All of Judi's created elements have beautiful texture.
Young people need some encouragement when it comes to creativity and this is one of those fashion crafts for teens that really fits the bill. Save your plastic bottles, dip into your stash of fabric and learn how to make a Water Bottle and Braided Fabric Belt.
Imagine an archival cement with superior adhering attributes that dries to an opaque, matte, carvable and extremely durable finish. Susan Pickering Rothamel demonstrates its versatility and superior artistic qualities.
Michael uses scraps and the Super Hotwire Foam Cutter to create embellishments for scrapbook pages. You can create letters, shapes and even your own stamps.
Lynn Colwell of Celebrate Green demonstrates how to use inexpensive materials to create fun jewelry charms. Make and present a charm pendant necklace to your mom for Mother's Day.
The most versatile adhesive for use in cardmaking, collage, decoupage, and assemblage. Learn why you will want to be using this adhesive for all of your art projects.
Bethany Fields uses paper punches to create two different baby announcements: one for a boy and one for a girl. She also makes party favors for a baby shower, including a watering can centerpiece.