Add color to your paper and fabric using this Tissue Paper Tie Dye Project. Mix and match colors to create your own "bleeding art". Tissue techniques are available here for fabric and paper coloring.
Paper clay, also called air-dry clay, is easy to work with and is a great addition to any craft supply list. Use paper clay to mold, paint on it or create an embellishment for a scrapbook or journal.
Learn how to make clean, wire-wrapped head and eyes pins for beaded jewelry. This is also known as a wrapped loop dangle and adds a professional look to your jewelry.
These great tips will help you use beading wire when making your own jewelry. In no time, you'll be making lovely earrings, necklaces and bracelets for yourself or gifts.
There are so many wonderful projects you can make as an acrylic painter and with a little practice you can master decorative strokes that will take your painting to new levels in no time at all.
Clay expert Linda Peterson demonstrates how to use bead roller tools to create your own jewelry. Making polymer clay jewelry is fun and a great gift idea for friends and family.
Create the look of forged foil with ordinary aluminum foil with this detailed tutorial. This look can be used on any hard surface, such as a picture frame.
Make more elaborate paper craft projects with this Background Staining Technique. You'll love the gorgeous look of this staining technique.
Use this technique to use transfer rub-ons for all of your craft projects. You can even learn how to make them from your own images.
Use these easy shrink plastic instructions to turn images or patterns into unique embellishments. Shrink plastic is a great way to turn an icon or drawing into a piece of jewelry or charm.