Happy Halloween! I’m Barbe Saint John and I am frighteningly pleased to share my favorite holiday with you! 1940s pin-up girl Dusty Anderson is quite the glamorous witch! Makes me wonder just why the moon is smiling as she flies by on her broom. Costumes are a Halloween tradition and while I adore dressing [...]
Wide-eye and and transported by the scent of chocolate, do women become little girls in candy stores? I can create molds for ICE Resin, but the Brummer familys has been molding chocolate fantasies since 1904. Brummer’s is my hometown choice for chocolate made by hand. Yum! Happy Halloween!
Debbie Tlach Blog: Artist Girl’s Muse Mediums: Watercolor, Acrylics, Polymer Clay, Pencils, Colored Pencils, Airbrushing, Resin (just recently)… honestly, too many to list. Books: Clay Techniques to Dye For, No-Bake Air Dry Clay, Ink Essentials Facebook URL: http://www.facebook.com/debbie.tlach Twitter Name: artistgirlsmuse Q: If you could learn to create art in any medium you have not [...]
When Dorcas Midkiff of Wonderous Strange Designs posted “Blood Moon” she simply had to be our featured choice for our Flickr Friday pre-Halloween post. She told us she is a great lover of the old black and white horror movies. “My two favorites are The Mummy and Dracula. It seems all things vampire and Egyptian [...]
Dear ICE Queen: I used a wet erase fine point marker and a ball point pen to create artwork on vellum. The marker bled on the surface of the paper and the pen lines turned green. What did I do wrong? It sounds like you didn’t use any kind of sealer on your paper. When [...]
Presenting Creative Team Member: Andrea Ring Andrea Ring has been making art jewelry for more than 20 years with a focus on found objects. She uses cold connections to join her redesigned found objects to precious metals. Fans in need of a City Bird brooch or a Roger necklace cleverly crafted of copper, sterling and [...]keep looking »