Use wooden block stamps to transform an old book cover into a wonderful junk journal! Visit page 22 of the December 2019 issue for the full article.
Create a wonderfully detailed gift bag for all those sweet treats! Visit page 32 of the November 2019 issue for the full article.
Create a magical canvas, complete with an enchanted tree! By Monika Januszewska-Rosik
Use Grunge Paste from PaperArtsy to create oodles of texture! Visit page 40 of the October 2019 issue for the full article.
Go back in time and create a retro poster board effect! By Brenda Brown
Create gorgeous textural backgrounds using Grunge Paste! By Chris Dark
Decorate leather paper and create an amazing patchwork effect! Visit page 14 of the June 2019 issue for the full article.
Set aside time to create, and enjoy the process!
Use re-inkers to create your own bespoke ink sprays!
Build up a beautifully layered collage using fabrics!
Create a pretty, book shaped gift box using neutral shades and natural embellishments!
Turn a piece of cotton calico into a pretty winter themed necklace!
Use easy image transfer techniques to create graphic compositions.
Use a combination of dimensional media to create sculptural makes
Get messy with this fantastic technique to create beautiful marbled patterns with acrylic paints.
Tracy uses up some of her old scrap materials to craft a one-off reverse canvas assemblage!
In the August issue, Helen Chilton used Worbla Thermoplastic Modelling and Moulding Sheets to craft a stunning table arrangement.
In the July issue, Tracy Easson used textile scraps together with stamping and colouring to create a beautifully dreamy journal cover.
In the May issue, John Glossop used Powertex materials to create fabulous faux stone effects.
Using embossing powder in your mixed media art work is a fabulous way of gaining great texture, and shine! Anna Karin Evaldsson showed us a wonderful way of using UTEE (Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel) in this gorgeous mixed media panel.
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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