Amazing! Make beautiful flowers from wire & nail polish!!

Make beautiful flowers from wire nail polish! Make beautiful flowers from wire nail polish! was last modified: April 2014 by admin

i'm thinking... by lusummers, via Flickr

Illustrating the Elements. Beautiful line art, doodle art, pen art. Great kids art project/inspiration by Nikki Farquharson.

Rock Zen

Funny pictures about Stairway to heaven. Oh, and cool pics about Stairway to heaven. Also, Stairway to heaven photos.

make a lace stamping roller with a piece of vintage lace -- would be good texture for journal page backgrounds

Do your own lace stamping roller with a piece of vintage lace print art craft tip for making lace borders and stamps

Peacock Tutu Tutorial

(via The Train To Crazy: Handmade Dress Up: DIY Peacock Tutu Tutorial)I love peacocks. Think it's funny that a girl would wear this and peacocks are male.

Zentangle Patterns Step By Step - Bing Images

Create beautiful Zendalas and Mandalas with Zentangle y, Inspiring Circles, Zendalas & Shapes by Suzanne McNeill, CZT (Certified Zentangle Teacher). Circular designs with step-by-step how-to for mandalas. 40 more new tangles.

inspired by Paul Klee's art work... love it on a page from a book.

Exercises on warm and cool colours, complementary colours or primary and secodary colours inspired by Paul Klee’s works of art. Here we used watercolors on book’s pages, used as a grid of perpendic…

Painting on Wet Glue - such a FUN canvas!

ART Painting on wet glue with food colouring. This is such an interesting and unique craft idea. Once the glue has completely dried then peel it off, punch a hole in the top and hang with a string in a window.the result is a beautiful sun catcher!

Just an ordinary cardboard box? Or perfect earring display? (2 of 2)

Could be reworked for the smaller bows? Genius Jewelry Display DIY: Just an ordinary cardboard box, perfect earring display. Material used: old cardboard box, wooden skewers, wooden beads and mirror from an old cosmetic case. @ DIY Home Cuteness

Jim Flora: brain map

“Untitled” by Jim Flora, 1964 from the book, The Curiously Sinister Art of Jim Flora

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