Combine Brusho pigments with ExpandIT paste and create fabulous texture! By Ewelina Gryglak. Visit page 44 of the October issue to see the full step by step feature.
Use seaside stamps to collage a pretty tin, perfect to hold a tiny journal! By Sarah Anderson Visit page 14 of the September issue to see the full step by step feature.
Create upcycled art from a discarded puzzle piece! By Clare Lloyd Visit page 48 of the July issue to see the full step by step feature.
Add inspirational words to your found treasures, and turn them into art!
Repurpose a plastic fish bowl into an intricately detailed work of 3D art!
Craft a gorgeously detailed rusty can that looks like it’s fresh from the bottom of the ocean after years of decay and growth!
Use mixed media techniques to transform a shadow box into a personal work of art. Check out the whole article on page 18 of the May issue.
In the January issue, Monika transformed a plain plastic bauble into a work of mixed media art! Check it out on pages 10-12 of the magazine!
In the November issue, Mark Gould used upholstery nails and wax with a wooden heart to craft a beautifully spooky Halloween project or maybe even an alternative Valentine?!
In the October issue, Fran Westmoreland used scrap materials and unusual ageing techniques to craft a unique shadowbox assemblage piece.
In the September issue, Brenda Brown combines handmade embellishments with ready-made dimensional elements to craft a thoughtfully assembled composition.
In the August issue, Tracy Evans assembles a beautiful canvas board piece using a paint brush as her focal point.
Brenda Brown crafted this sensational assemblage piece using vintage ideas and a fab rusting technique. Discover the full project in the June 2017 issue.
Trish Latimer used the Cardmaking Paradise Elephant template to create this fabulous assemblage! The template is available free to all readers, just check out the 3D challenge feature in the March 2017 issue of the magazine to find out how to get your hands on a copy!
Sarah Anderson created this wonderful Assemblage by altering an old Altoid Tin
Karen Hayselden created this wonderful tree assemblage using an MDF shape as a substrate.
Keren Baker created this gorgeous house assemblage for Craft Stamper, using a wooden money box as the base.
Talented designer Ingrid Vichova created this stunning assemblage using a house shaped shadow box by IndigoBlu.
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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