Technical Update: Just letting everyone know that we’ve changed to a new server to hopefully make things run more smoothly around the blog! So if there are holes here and there for a few days, this is why =) Thanks for sticking with us! Hope you all have a lovely day =) -The Web Crew.
Ever wonder what the difference is between chalkboard paint and regular black acrylic paint? So did we. Read More to find out how we felt about our chalk doodles on black paint, clear chalkboard paint, black chalkboard paint, and a Matte Varnish coating.
Ho ho ho! New Painting surface and lots of creativity coming from Patty! We’re all super excited to see what she comes up with! Way to go Dustin for engineering this awesome sleigh! (That’s his happy face )
Poser! Lol **edit: This is Patty testing her new iPod app for posting to the blog! Yay =)
Using the Essential Corners for the first time! Layering the different sizes. Different size scrolls for different size surfaces! Mix & Match! Using the 4×4 essential square with a corner on a larger square, would make a super cute frame for an iPhone photo print! Click here to pick some up today!
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It seems like you can buy everything online these days, doesn’t it? The frustrating thing can be that pretty much every website has a different way to buy products. We’ve made a handy-dandy tutorial video that will make ordering from CreativeArtsLifestyle.com easy!
One of my very best friends had a birthday a few months ago. She likes to deny it, but she has them from time to time. This particular friend is artsy, creative, free-spirited, and has a wide range of “critters” that she loves to incorporate into her artwork. So I put together a Zentangle® bucket for her, with one of the books, some micron pens, and a few other art supplies, and a card with step-by-steps of the five creatures she uses the most in Zentangle® style.
Do you have any idea how long I’ve wanted to do this exact thing? Make my own rubber stamps? I mean seriously, I was a kid trying to stick layers of foam together that I’d cut out, carving shapes out of potatoes, anything that would apply ink to paper without having to spend all my hard earned chore money on an expensive wooden stamp (but they’re so PRETTY!!). I always thought “I wish there was something permanent, something that worked. . .”
If you’ve ever had trouble watching the Tole TV videos on CreativeArtsLifestyle.com, then you need to watch this video! Wait…a video on how to watch videos? That’s right! Just click “Play” and grab a pencil and paper. I explain how to use our Vimeo video player, including how to fast forward, adjust volume, and resize. I also give a quick explanation to some video terms you might have heard before, like “streaming” and “buffering”. Click the Read More & Discuss button below.