Cate Parr

If you’re looking for an art style that has the same kind of coloring as the bright colored projects I featured this week, then fashion illustration is a good place to start. And as for fashion illustration on Etsy, then you have to …

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Halloween Mail ShrineMaiden

Halloween is here! And what better way to celebrate than by checking the mail–the Halloween mail that is. ShrineMaiden Robyn Madison has concocted a perfectly spooky mail sorter, full of unique pieces that can be pulled out, looked at, …

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Till the End

Here’s a Halloween themed entry into my usual artist/crafter inspiration category. Jeremy D Fisher takes terrariums to strange places in his sculpture “Till the End”. Using resin and plaster skulls as the base, he carefully sculpted and crafted a …

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gypsy campers

I’m not sure “gypsy” is the right term for the custom pop up campers created by A Gypsy Life. To me, they more resemble fairy tale cottages on wheels. But the idea and the spectacular product achieved is undeniable. Based …

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Vincent Price Diorama

Vincent Price is a legend of Halloween for sure–with a fifty year career in sci-fi and horror, how could he not be? And in true Halloween spirit, Connie of Missing Willow Farm has recreated his living room in this tiny

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art sculpture pinterest board

If you like my posts on the intersections of modern art and crafting, then you should take a moment and head over to Pinterest to visit one of my favorite boards on that subject “Art, Sculpture“. Curated by …

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Goblins Kelly Campbell Berry

Add some altered book inspiration to your day by checking out the work of Kelly Campbell Berry. Kelly creates beautiful, multi-dimensional book sculptures using paper cutting and scrapbooking style techniques. Each one illustrates a concept or story drawn from …

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sand calligraphy

Calligraphy is a beautiful art form, but traditional calligraphy is losing ground in our digital era. Who has the time to spend on hand lettering when there are millions of fonts for use in a few simple clicks? Thankfully, there …

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Selling on Etsy

There’s a new book on the market for all new and struggling Etsy sellers. Jennifer Maloney has just put out a book called Selling on Etsy: Tips and Tricks for the New-ish Etsy Seller. The book acts like a …

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Translated Vases

Looking for something to do with broken china? Yee Sookyung had an interesting idea–transform the fragments into wholes, called Translated Vases. The works are created using ceramic trash, cast off and broken pieces from a Korean ceramics master. The …

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Birdcage Desk

First of all, a confession–I love birdcages and birds. But I think, even if you didn’t have that love, you might fall in love with this lovely piece of furniture art, designed by Gregory Lafforest. The piece, created by SeeWhy

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Simple Tips for Craft Shows

While compiling my list of resources for my post on craft show displays, I stumbled across this great article on The Crafts Report, explaining simple tips to make your craft show experience successful. This is one of the best, …

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Time For Tea Fabric Swarm

Fabric design is an art form becoming more and more accessible to crafters. Once the domain of large companies and artists, designing and printing your own fabric either through a service or at home has never been easier. But if …

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Acidic Wit Vinegar and Brown Paper copy

Here’s a fun take on etched products. Need some acidic wit in your life? What about creative juices, extract of genius, or suspension of disbelief? If you’re in need of any of those, then Vinegar and Brown Paper has you …

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Typewriter Bird Jeremy Mayer

Jeremy Mayer is taking unconventional material sculpture to new levels. Mayer builds large, intricate sculptures entirely out of typewriter parts, without gluing, soldering, welding, or adding things not found in typewriters. It might sound simple, but there’s nothing simple about …

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