The start of spring means that Easter is on the horizon, which for many people means one thing—it’s time to start decorating eggs. But did you know that in Ukraine, Easter egg decorating is an important art form that dates back centuries? Known as pysanky, these Ukrainian Easter eggs are decorated using the wax-resist (batik) method.
Manila-based student Ciara Gan faced a problem that many of us have had before.
Whether you’re an expert crafter looking to take your work to another level or just starting to make your own...
Resin has taken the arts and crafts world by storm. Over the last few years, it seems like you can find the material in just about any creative product, from stunning jewelry to awe-inspiring pieces of furniture. While its ethereal swirling beauty might seem like it’s impossible to achieve for yourself, you’re in luck—creating your own resin art, particularly jewelry, is a doable DIY for anyone that wants to learn. What is resin?
Ikebana, or the Japanese tradition of flower arranging, has a long history that dates back to the 7th century.
Acrylic paint is popular because of how easy it is to use.
In the realm of drawing, there are a lot of popular subjects that you should learn. Feathers rank as one of these topics, and it should come as no surprise—there are hundreds of millions of birds in the world. If you want to start drawing these creatures, you’re going to have to become comfortable with sketching a lot of feathers.
Learning handcrafts like crochet can bring you joy for a lifetime.
Oil paint has a long tradition in art history.
When you ask people if they sew their own clothes, the answer is often no. Who has time for that? But don’t overlook this valuable life skill; with patience and know-how, you can create fashionable frocks that are a fraction of the cost of what you’d pay at a department store.
Artisan Chris Salomone is an avid woodworker known for his popular videos showcasing his DIY projects.
Whether you are new to acrylics or have been painting with them for some time, there are always new techniques to...