Paint a quilt pattern on the side of a barn using palette knife painting techniques on canvas.
Paint an acrylic, fall-inspired wreath on canvas using all the warm and vivid colors of the season.
Liven up your fall decor with a fabulous pumpkin painting!
Paint your zodiac sign with acrylic paint to create a piece inspired by the RAM exhibition, David R. Haper: Zodiac.
Use palette knife techniques to paint gorgeous tropical flora like orchids, birds of paradise, and hibiscus.
Mold a decorative "succulent" out of polymer clay—just as delightful as the real plant, but without the need to water it!
Use palette knife techniques to paint yummy summertime sweets like bomb pops, cotton candy, and ice cream.
Paint a yummy-looking treat on canvas using palette knife techniques. Just don't try eating the canvas after seeing how sweet the cupcake turns out!
The colors of spring serve as inspiration as you paint floral designs and textures with acrylic on canvas using thick-application palette knife techniques.
Tool aluminum foil using repoussé techniques to create truly unique artwork.
Design an ornate collage that can be hung in your home or given as a personalized gift.
Utilize impasto painting techniques with a palette knife to depict gorgeous winter birds on canvas.
Craft with polymer clay to create a variety of forms—including a few seasonal surprises—during this one-night only make it and take it art experience.
Paint a lively scene of stacked pumpkins on canvas during this one-night only make it and take it art experience.
Paint using palette knife techniques on canvas to create a fall floral vignette with pumpkins as the focal point.
Come on in for a one night only make-it-and-take-it art experience. Make lovely little bowls using clay coiling techniques.
Come on in for a one night only make-it-and-take-it art experience! Grace your garden or home with a ceramic sun plaque.
Using fine crêpe paper, create gorgeous tulips that will bloom all year round.
Upcycle an assortment of recycled materials into a one-of-a-kind art art wearable.
April Fools! Craft a paper daffodil so life-like that it tricks the eye.