5 New Crafts & Skills to Try This Year


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  1. renee smith
    renee smith says:

    Interesting video…the paint pouring segment was peppered with a bit of misinformation though. I would suggest for someone interested in trying it out to watch a few paint pouring YouTube tutorials and get a better feel for it. I felt like this was their first attempt… so unfortunately getting advice from someone who doesn’t know what they are doing.

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  2. Transformation Station
    Transformation Station says:

    1,2,4,4,5. Rajiv Surendra's buried in here- a long, deep interment. And Ox Gall? with Lunch? Warning! Please! I am Positive- 101%- there's dye onto that white bed. POSITIVE. P.O.S.I.T.I.V.E.- please do a follow-up and Prove me Wrong. please.

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  3. Susan Olson
    Susan Olson says:

    How fun! What jumps out for me are the colors and textures.
    The punch pushing has so much text. We used to do this in the 70s and 80s as well as a pull through technique for rug making.
    Decorating the bookcases is very helpful and informative and pleasing to the eyes.
    The marbling technique is fascinating and beautiful would also make beautiful art work framed.
    The lumber jacks are always a kick. You can also tell folks that your projects are beautiful modern, contemporary or impressionistic art.
    All artists have contributed interesting projects.

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