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|ART, CRAFTS AND JEWELRY MAKING TUTORIAL DIRECTORY
The Enchanted Gallery is a unique collection of my creativity over the years. As an artist and single person business owner, I am completely involved in
every aspect of running this website. From web design, deciding which new products to invest in, ordering, packaging, shipping and sitting down with each
and every product I stock to judge its quality and ideas for usage. I do my best to only carry products I would actually use myself in my art, crafts and
This website started in 2002 when I was attending college for an art degree, intending to do illustration and teaching. Though I was unable to complete
college due to cancer treatments, I did find a way to do the things I love from home. This website is an ever growing display of my love for art, crafts and
sharing what I've learned. I test out a lot of supplies, so I sincerely hope that the following tutorials, free templates and art supply reviews help answer your
questions and fuel your creativity.
If you have an idea for a tutorial project or popular art/craft supply review that you don't see listed on this page, feel free to email me at
email@example.com with ideas for me to keep in mind!
Thank you for visiting :)
|Rubber Stamping Tutorials:
|Comparing Coloring Options, Archival & Lightfast tests and Art Supply Product Reviews:
|Ways to color your rubber stamped images or drawings using ink pads and craft coloring supplies. This coloring tutorial page explains different types
of ink pads and an overview of many common craft coloring products and their uses. Coloring with different ink products, Copic markers, the best white
or black ink for stamping, metallic effects with embossing powders, perfect pearls or pearl ex mica etc.
|Mixed Media painting techniques:
|Popular fine art supplies including watercolor and acrylic paints, pencils, markers and inks:
Color charts, product reviews and ongoing lightfast testing results.
|All about Alcohol Inks! Projects and color charts of Ranger Ink's Adirondack Alcohol Ink products.
|How to decorate domino game tiles includes many different coloring methods, sealing, drilling and rubber stamping tips.
|Using push molds to create polymer clay jewelry and inserting clay into blank pendant trays:
|I hope you have enjoyed browsing the tutorial pages. Please consider leaving any size donation to help support future
tutorials and purchasing the supplies. Feel free to leave a message with your donation with any ideas for future tutorials
you would like me to consider making.
Thank you :)
|How to use The Enchanted Gallery's flexible push molds, information and customer art gallery.
|Paper Art Dolls and Card Making Templates:
|Image outlines to print for making paper dolls. Great for use with rubber stamping or patterned scrapbook paper. Example
art gallery and instructions to create several doll styles.
|Other things that can done with domino size or any small rubber stamps. Various jewelry, paper dolls, craft projects and step by step pictures.
|Dollhouse, Miniature Food and Scenery Craft Projects:
|How to use die cutters to frame your rubber stamp art. Create easy professional looking greeting cards with dies. This tutorial uses Cuttlebug and Spellbinder's
Nestabilities dies, but most types of die cutters are universal now and can be used with all different types of brands.
|Miniature craft projects: easy to make polymer clay miniature bread and flower-soft bouquet of flowers in a small vase for a 1:12 scale dollhouse.
|Five easy methods for marbling and swirled paint effects: 1) Shaving cream acrylic paint transfers. 2) Using marbling inks floating on water for paper or fabric
dipping. 3) Thick acrylic paint on canvas or wood swirled with stir stick or comb. 4) Thick acrylic paint on canvas or wood applied by pouring or dripping
techniques. 5) Distress Paint technique by Tim Holtz: Paint applied to a non-stick craft sheet, water misted and paper dipped into it. Compares the Distress
paint product against other acrylic and ink mediums on the market.
Plus newly expanded tutorial on how to use a monoprinting press (gel plate) as well as an alternative to complicated image transfers using packaging tape.