Whether you’re planning an Easter egg hunt or just want some Easter crafts to do with the family, here are some ideas to keep you busy.
In today’s digital age, visuals play an important role in capturing the attention of an audience.
Did you know that you can create an eight page folded card or booklet from a single sheet of paper?
An easy way to create some art and boost your creativity is to print out vintage images and black and white photos and add your own artistic decoration.
From terracotta pots to old wooden table tops, I am inspired to refresh and brighten them with my paints. I am always keeping an eye out for things to paint.
Handmade cards by Allison Fletcher is helping to raise money for Save the Street Pooches Sri Lanka.
Stickers are cool and a simple and eye-catching way to promote your brand on packaging, envelopes, windows or to giveaway.
An inspiring quote acts as a reminder of the things we already know (but keep forgetting).
An art journal is a fun and creative way to express your emotions, practice your art skills and preserve your memories.
These are some of my favourite non-religious quotes about Easter.
Who needs some inspiration to get creative for a DIY valentine’s day surprise?
One of my favourite things to do is to paint rocks and pebbles for gifts and for my own collection.
Hand made cards are fun to make and make a lovely surprise for someone special!