Inside: how to cover a binder with fabric and give it a new look     Since I was young I had trouble accepting things as they are. I always tried to change them and it didn’t matter if it was something big or small. I think that is part of why I love altered art so much. It gives me the opportunity to change things and make them my own.     ALTER A BINDER   Binders can be very boring and ordinary. This office item is useful for filing many things and it can be very handy even in the craft room. You can store pattern papers, stamps, die cuts, cut outs and much more. But if you are a creative person like me you wouldn’t want to leave the binder in it’s original look.   Here are some ideas how to alter a binder: Cover it with pattern paper Prime it with gesso and then paint …

Christmas Mixed Media Canvas

I lovemaking my own holiday gifts and although I don’t celebrate Christmas (Jews have Hanukkah) I can totally relate to the lights, the holiday spirit and the joy. Giving someone you love a gift you created yourself is not only rewarding and gratifying but it’s also special and unique. Here’s an idea for such a present the only danger is that you will like it too much and give it to…yourself.   This mixed media canvas starts with a 8″ by 8″ canvas. it is then covered with paper, paint, stencils and ink. After the background is ready it’s time to create the tree and decorate it with a little bling.   For a final festive touch add glitter and some word stickers. Add a title, I wrote JOY, but you can choose whatever word you like. You can find full step by step instructions in the video. The canvas can be hanged on the wall, placed on the mantel, be a gift …

Einat Kessler


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