Tie Dye Paper with Tombow Dual Brush Pens

Tie Dye Paper with Tombow Dual Brush Pens! It is the time of year that just screams for tie dye! Some of my most popular blog posts are tie dye related...especially my Patriotic Tie Dye Shirt Tutorial . I decided to recreate the tie dye vibe on paper, perfect for hand lettering or card making. Make a tie dye work of art on paper using Tombow Dual Brush Pens and Water Brush. It's super fast, fun, forgiving and a great project for any skill level. After they dry, add some hand lettering or cut them down for the perfect greeting card. Here's the full video tutorial: Supplies Needed for Tie Dye Paper: Tombow Dual Brush Pens Tombow Water Brush Watercolor Paper Painters Tape Step 1: Prep Begin by taping the paper to a work surface that can be a little wet and easily wiped clean. Step 2: Draw Next, draw a faint spiral with a pencil, starting in the center and swirling out to the edges. Try to keep the spiral the same size between the gaps

Star Wars Notebooks with Cricut Maker

Star Wars Notebooks with Cricut Maker Here's a quick Cricut craft to update some lined notebooks. These would make a great Summer craft, journal, end of school/teacher gift, or just add some fun to a notebook. Any Star Wars fan would love one! Star Wars will always have my heart! I remember watching The Empire Strikes Back when I was only 3 or was the first movie I can remember seeing. I loved the giant elephant robots and the snow monster was so scary.  I absolutely loved and still love Han Solo and the Millennium Falcon. Who is your favorite Star Wars character? My kids have grown up watching Star Wars as well. My oldest son always wanted to be a jedi. He loved the lightsaber duels...and especially loved the battle between Obi Wan Kenobi and General Grievous.  My youngest son was always drawn to Boba Fett. He loved the Storm Troopers too. I think he particularly like the laser blasters. The Mandalorian series spoke to his soul and he can't wait for The Book of Boba Fet

How to Paint Watercolor Galaxy Crystals

How to Paint Watercolor Galaxy Crystals! Painting a watercolor galaxy is such a fun technique, and painting them in little crystal clusters is absolutely dreamy! Geometric crystals are so fun to draw and much more simple than you might think! This fun craft is easy for all skill levels and great for beginners. These cute watercolor crystal cards can be used as a quick note to leave with a treat for a friend or hide in public as part of the #SharingArtMatters campaign.  I received products from Tombow for this post.  I love crystals. When I was little, I wanted all the shiny rocks, sparkly crystals and faceted jewels! Okay, actually, nothing has changed. I also really love all things galaxy--so these are the perfect combination! I love how these look iridescent too! They would look great with some glitter or even a coat of shimmery nail polish over the top. Supplies Needed for Watercolor Galaxy Crystal Art: (affiliate links) Watercolor Paper (cut