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Daffodils by Sharen AK Harris free alcohol ink tutorial

Free Landscape Tutorial by Sharen AK Harris

I came across this landscape tutorial today (pictured below) and thought it was worth sharing. Sharen is an alcohol ink artist/teacher and  a fan of the Tim Holtz Hard Core Art Panels. One of the reasons is because they don’t stain like some other substrates can. I’ll let you read…

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Acrylic pour on coaster blanks by Pearl Blay

Free tutorial-Acrylic Pour on Coaster Blanks

Free tutorial-Acrylic Pour on Coaster Blanks Pearl Blay of the Beading Gem shows how to use our coaster blanks as the base for an acrylic pour. She achieved beautiful results. These coasters make fantastic gifts mom’s, dad’s, housewarmings… Check her blog post here. Pearl has so much to share.  You…

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Free Giveaway!

Win the CaBezel Mold of your choice! Pearl over at The Beading Gem blog just finished her review of the new Holy CaBezel Jewelry Molds. She does a quick tutorial and gives her tips for cutting. She even shows how she used 2 part epoxy type clay for some of the…

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Interchangeable Snap Pendant Necklace Carolyn Good

No Magnets? No Problem!

Innovation-so Good Carolyn Good (of 2 Good Claymates) recently purchased Helen Breil’s latest tutorial looking for some surface technique inspiration. If you aren’t familiar with Helen’s latest tutorial it is all about change,  being able to change-out your pendants with your favorite chain and vice versa. However, whereas Helen used…

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Alcohol inks. Harvest Tablescape by Taylor Huizenga

The Comforting Glow of Candlelight-Another project using Alcohol Inks

  More ideas for using Alcohol inks. The Iconic Mason Jar, first invented and patented  in 1858 by John Landis Mason. I’ll bet he had no idea how much his beloved canning jars would be revered in future centuries (especially because food is no longer the main focus). Here is a tutorial for welcoming…

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Christie Friesen Tutorial

We’ve had an overwhelming response to Christie’s Swellegant product line in the mini sizes.  After all who can resist being able to play with so many tiny new pigments? I’m hoping to set some time aside for experimenting with them soon. If you have some pics to share of what…

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Christmas Penguin Tutorial

I came across this lovely little penguin tutorial today.  Crystal Ikeda uses Sculpey for these little guys but you can use your favorite clay whether it’s Kato, Premo or Sculpey.Enjoy! 

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Extruded Soutache Technique Part 1

OK. It’s finally done.  Part 1 that is. I’ll try to finish the rest this week end but no promises! I would promise but who knows if Windows Live Movie Maker will play nice.  I spent hours editing Part 1 and when it was time to save it, it WOULDN’T!!….

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