Projects include: • monogram leather clutch • roll stamp table linens • fruit shoji blinds • shibori Dyed Bed Linens • Plaid Tote • Upholstered Chair with Hand-Printed Fabric • DIY Delftware Clarkson potter. Turn a dresser into an eye-catching art deco showpiece.
Yellow Owl Workshop's Make It Yours: Patterns and Inspiration to Stamp, Stencil, and Customize Your Stuff #ad - . Expert printer and yellow owl workshop founder, Christine Schmidt, shares her trade secrets for creating gorgeous projects using unexpected materials, from gold leaf to cake fondant. Whip up a desert-inspired quilt to enliven your living room.
Yellow Owl's Little Prints: Stamp, Stencil, and Print Projects to Make for KidsPotter Craft #ad - Personalized, handmade items are a meaningful way to show your love for a baby or child. Celebrated indie artist christine Schmidt offers 25 hip, toys, imaginative, and personalizable decorations, puzzles, and keepsakes for children using simple hand-printing techniques. A new take on DIY projects for kids.
Using stamps, stenciling, and other hand-printing techniques, design-savvy parents will be able to make quick kid-friendly projects that will be cherished for years to come. Christine schmidt, shares her inspired ideas for making easy, author of the bestselling Print Workshop and the creative force behind the acclaimed Yellow Owl Workshop line of artisan stationery and home accessories, yet entirely unique items for children from newborns to school-aged.
Print Workshop: Hand-Printing Techniques and Truly Original ProjectsPotter Craft #ad - You will start by rolling up your sleeves. You will see that you do not need a fancy studio to print a T-shirt or a picnic blanket. There is no specialized machine required to print anything you want in any room you want. Potter Craft. Go ahead, look inside. In a week or a month, you will wake up to find you know words like acetate and substrate.
Read it and you will learn how to put images of things onto other things. Perhaps most important of all, you will be printing images of things onto other things. Your shirt will be stained anyways. At some point, you will harness the power of the sun. You will be comfortable talking about ink and shopping at military supply stores.
Print Workshop: Hand-Printing Techniques and Truly Original Projects #ad - A mural, a dartboard, a deck of cards, these are all possible. This is a book for low budgets and high ambition.
Block Print: Everything you need to know for printing with lino blocks, rubber blocks, foam sheets, and stamp setsRockport Publishers 9781631591136 #ad - Use these printing blocks, book illustrations, to create repeat patterns or bundled groupings to get that classic block print look for wallpaper, or purchased stamps, gift wrap, and so much more! Throughout the book, fabric prints, framing prints, greeting cards, find inspiration from selected works of block print artists from around the world.
The new, easy-to-use block printing materials are great for beginners and skilled artists alike. Learn to create classic block print patterns for greeting cards, wallpaper, book illustrations and more with Andrea Lauren's easy step-by-step instruction!Artist and Designer Lauren shows you simple techniques for creating your own printing blocks out of art-foam.
Block Print: Everything you need to know for printing with lino blocks, rubber blocks, foam sheets, and stamp sets #ad - Block Print Book. With no cutting and chiseling, these art-foam blocks can be made into shapes and patterns using only scissors and a pencil. Make your mark with Block Print! Potter Craft.
Making a Life: Working by Hand and Discovering the Life You Are Meant to LiveArtisan #ad - And to feed the soul. Block Print Book. Traveling across continents, and more, weavers and painters, she met quilters and potters, printmakers, metalsmiths, woodworkers, and uncovered truths that have been speaking to us for millennia yet feel urgently relevant today: We make in order to slow down. Potter Craft.
To express ideas and emotions, feel competent, create something tangible and long-lasting. A publishers weekly best book of 2019why do we make things by hand? And why do we make them beautiful? Led by the question of why working with our hands remains vital and valuable in the modern world, author and maker Melanie Falick went on a transformative, inspiring journey.
Making a Life: Working by Hand and Discovering the Life You Are Meant to Live #ad - In revealing stories and gorgeous original photographs, Making a Life captures all the joy of making and the power it has to give our lives authenticity and meaning. To connect with others.
House of Cards: Step-by-Step Projects for Beautiful Handmade Greetings CardsPavilion #ad - Block Print Book. Potter Craft. Budding professionals will also learn how to produce large quantities for sale and invaluable tips on licensing their work. They cover different printing techniques in detail, including letterpress and screenprinting, as well as working with your own photographs and illustrations.
Professional card-makers teach you ten fabulous projects to try at home! Take a peek into the studios of international card makers, see how they ply their craft, and get ten of the best step-by-step projects for creating your own cards in a variety of styles. The designers all open up about their process, from keeping a sketchbook to collating ideas and turning them into beautiful reality.
Urban Pioneer: Interiors inspired by industrial designRyland Peters & Small #ad - Block Print Book. She then explores 12 inspiring and varied real-life homes that showcase the very best of the Urban Pioneer look. New pressures on housing mean that pioneering homeowners are converting ex-industrial, non-residential spaces into innovative homes. New pressures on housing mean that pioneering homeowners are converting ex-industrial, non-residential spaces into innovative homes.
Urban living is soaring in popularity as we flock to cities to pursue jobs, easy commutes, and other amenities. Potter Craft. Urban living is soaring in popularity as we flock to cities to pursue jobs, easy commutes, and other amenities. Nowadays the trend shows no sign of waning, factories, offices, warehouses, schools, with a second generation of urban pioneers cleverly converting former lofts, and retail spaces into highly desirable homes full of personality and soul.
Urban Pioneer: Interiors inspired by industrial design #ad - Since then, industrial areas in many cities have become sought-after residential districts and urban regeneration has gone from strength to strength. A decline in manufacturing in city centres meant that many warehouses and factories became vacant, attracting the first wave of urban pioneers—artists and creatives seeking cheap rents and large interiors to use as studio spaces.
Pavilion. The conversion of such buildings into residential spaces first emerged in the 1960s and ‘70s. In urban pioneer, sara emslie investigates the practice for transforming non-residential spaces into homes, the key elements of the look—from exposed brickwork to copper piping and metal roof trusses—and the related rise in the popularity of industrial design.