Hello everyone! I am so excited to show you my new Etsy shop! I have been wanting to do this for a while now, actually ever since I had this awesome idea, which I will be sharing with you in a minute! Anyway, I will be selling high quality, hand painted with watercolor, cards, in the size and shape of ATC’s. These textured cards are the perfect canvas for collages, doodles, whatever you like!
Hello everyone! Happy first day of December! Welcome back to Art Lab, today I will be sharing this super fun idea for making a wintery Artist Trading Card! Get on your snow gear and lets build a snow man!
Hello everyone! I have been making literally a ton of things lately, so I thought it would be a good time for another random creativity post!! Today I will be sharing some of my sketchbook, recent ATC’s and some other fun stuff! Let’s get started! Continue reading “Random Creativity #2”
Hello everyone! (throws confetti) I am so excited because 1 year ago today I started this blog!! Ahhh! Yessss! I’m so excited!
And I want to thank all of you for your sweet comments, generous follows, you make my day, every day! Crafts of all Seasons is also celebrating 100 followers (remarkable, yes) I can’t believe that 100 of you like my blog enough to follow. That to me is truly amazing! Continue reading “My Blogiversary + A special Surprise!”
Hello everyone! Today I wanted to show everyone all of my artist trading cards and some tips on keeping your cards nice and protected!
Oh wow I can’t believe that it is #4 already! Time has just flown!
Welcome back to the next episode of Paint and Pens! Today we are going to use some old book pages and soft thread to make a really beautiful ATC!
Note: Please prepare one 2 1/2″ by 3 1/2″ piece of cardstock, an old book page, a large-eye needle, and some embroidery floss for today’s episode.
First cut or tear a small piece of the book page to fit the piece of cardstock
Next glue on the piece of book page!
Thread your large-eye needle with the embroidery floss.
Begin sewing with the overcast stitch around the edge, you could also do the blanket stitch if you prefer!
Keep “sewing” until you reach the other side of the card.
And here is the finished ATC!
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