A month or so ago, the Crafting Club created rolled paper beads!. You can make paper beads easily from magazines, newspapers, rice paper, scrapbook paper, gift wrap, or standard printer paper. To get started, you need some paper strips, a rolling tool, glue, and scissors. You can make many things with your paper beads from jewelry, to decorating items around the home. For Thursday's live class, we will create fun bracelets with accent beads and stretchy cord. If you missed the Paper Bead class, you could watch it by clicking here.
Rolled paper beads
Elastic stretchy cord, waxed linen, or embroidery floss
white glue or clear fingernail polish
The Crafting Club club offers you an opportunity to make new friends, expand your creativity, and share your passion for crafting in a supportive virtual environment. Most of all, the Crafting Club is fun! Be sure to register for the live events, and if you miss one, you can always find the past events to view at a later time. See you soon!
Did you know August 2nd is National Coloring Book Day? Coloring is a relaxing activity for everyone of all ages and skill levels. You will learn some basic and creative coloring techniques using colored pencils, markers, and watercolors in Thursday's live class.
There are lot's of free printable coloring pages available on the internet, and I found some that you can print so you can color along in class. Print them out on your ink jet or laser printer, and grab your colored pencils, watercolors, and markers! The links to the pages are below:
Stay at Home Stay Creative Coloring Page
Inspiraled coloring page
Patterns of the Desert
To get the print to fit nicely on your page, it is suggested to download the pdf onto your computer, and print.
Join us for creative fun!
The Crafting Club club offers you an opportunity to make new friends, expand your creative skills, and share your passion for crafting in a supportive virtual environment. Check out our upcoming live events and register for creative fun and friendship!
The Arts and Crafts
Club offers you an opportunity to make new friends, expand your creative skills, and share your passion for creativity in a fun and supportive virtual environment.
Karen Elaine Parsons is an artist who loves to craft. Her years of experience as an author, designer, and instructor in the art and craft materials industry has allowed her to discover and share unique experiences in creativity.
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