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Enjoy all 6 issues of Cloth Paper Scissors exactly as they were printed in 2013. The full color, electronic versions of these magazines allow you to explore the burgeoning world of mixed-media art with easy-to-navigate tabs and printable articles. Cloth Paper Scissors is geared toward artists of all levels and features numerous mixed-media projects. Each issue covers a wide variety of techniques, ranging from collage and fiber arts to journaling, assemblage, and more, along with inspiring essays and fun-filled Reader Challenges.
It’s time to cross of the to-do’s from your mixed-media bucket list. Warm up and give encaustic a try with inexpensive materials. Play with the possibilities of plaster while making more time for art. Learn to make your own jewelry and then rev it up with resin. Now is the time to open up your sketchbook and get to work.
We’re going places, and we know you are too! Learn how to pack for an art show with pizazz and space-savvy. Get insider information from mixed-media instructor Julie Fei-Fan Balzer helps you do the math and figure out how much to charge for a range of classes. In, addition, learn to watermark and copyright your work for safe online display.
From stitched and decorative birds to learning how to create your own flock, there are so many ideas about our feathered friends to explore. Ruffle your mixed-media feathers and fashion birds from fabric and plaster. Craft your own parliament of mixed-media owls and dig into making your own stamps.
Things are heating up with on-the-go art tips ad sizzling summer projects. Head to the shore with our felted seashell cards and seascape ornaments that provide a little seaside inspiration. Get your techno geek on with fantastic Photoshop and design tips from the savvy Nikki Smith and Julie Fei-Fan Balzer. Revel in color with botanical collage and experiment with adding cut paper to your nature illustrations.
It is time to take on new experiments in your art exploration. Discover how to take on texture with heat and glazes. Turn your die-cutting machine into a printing press. In addition, take a look at making your own rub-ons and give two encaustic techniques a try. This issue will have you flexing your artistic muscles & wanting to feel that texture!
Satisfy your itch to stich in the sew winter issue. Refresh your stitching knowledge with how-to instruction for making a satin stitch, lazy daisy stich, chain stitch, French knot, cross stich, and back stitch. Learn to incorporate embroidery into your mixed-media paintings. Give felting a try with must-know techniques to develop further into your own work of art.