While waiting for my software update to finish and for inspiration to hit on my Opposites project, I had a wee play with a smaller canvas tile. I’ve been really wanting to take some more baby steps into mixed media and I have bundles of scrapbook paper that I haven’t touched, so without further ado (or planning) away I went.
I have these great little square canvas panels that I though would be perfectly sized for coasters, or maybe even make a bunch of different tiles and attach them all together in a larger square . . .
I saw some coloured light switch plates in our local hardware store the other day and couldn’t believe the price of them! And that was just for plain covers – not even patterned! However not too long ago this tutorial fell into my inbox, and I knew that it would be so cool to have a go at these. Read More
How often have you seen stunning looking art that just costs way too much to put on your wall? I’ve had a crack at some small scale wall art, but I came across the above on Pinterest and I love it – I definitely want to try this. I especially love the stained glass foiling tape – I hope we can get hold of that here in Australia! Read More
I love the idea of this decorated suitcase, although I imagine it as more of a decorative item – rather than a practical one – I wouldn’t trust the baggage handlers I’ve met with it. Although a pile of different sized decorated suitcases would make a really neat looking storage solution!
Sincerely, Kinsey has the tutorial and it’s a really good, easy to follow one. I’m going to have to hit the op-shops to find some old-school suitcases to decorate!