Recycle unwanted packaging into stunning artwork with a nautical feel! By Tracy Evans Visit page 44 of the September issue to see the full step by step feature.
Create vibrant wall art full of stamped blooms! Visit page 14 of the August 2019 issue for the full article.
Floral projects can be monochromatic too! By Jo Firth Young Visit page 6 of the July 2019 issue for the full article.
Learn how to create stunning art using printed transparency sheets! Visit page 18 of the May 2019 issue for the full article.
Create a pretty mixed media canvas with a vintage floral design!
Create sumptuous layers full of texture and sparkle! Visit page 10 of the January 2019 issue for the full article.
Create a stunning stamped scene using rice paper as a base!
Craft a beautiful mixed media seascape to capture those happy seaside memories!
If you’re looking for extra texture and dimension then Powertex products are made for you! Discover how Anna Emelia made her sensational canvas on page 10 of the June issue.
Craft gorgeous three dimensional floral embellishments using simple techniques. Find out how Ruth made her stunning canvas on page 6 of the May issue.
Combine two box canvases to create a quirky storybook style art piece! Visit page 14 of the April issue to discover the full tutorial!
Build a beautiful mixed media canvas using a monochromatic palette.
In the September issue, Tracey Evans used Powertex products to crafts a stunningly dimensional canvas.
Jo Firth Young has created this stunning floral canvas for the March 2017 issue of Craft Stamper Magazine. So bright, vibrant and cheerful, we love it! Check out the magazine to see a full pictorial step by step tutorial.
Tracy Evans showed us that using the REVERSE of a canvas can be just as effective as using the front!
Jenny used a wonderful technique using baby wipes, the ultimate in upcycling!
Each month, Craft Stamper will be sharing one (or sometimes 2!) totally free sheets of Elements, all ready for you to print off and use in your art.
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