Cloth Paper Scissors, May/June 2017
The May/June 2017 issue of Cloth Paper Scissors is all about using ordinary materials and techniques to make extraordinary art. Lisa Thorpe uses tin foil to create dimensional embellishments that are fun and easy to make. Darlene Olivia McElroy will show you how to use double-sided adhesive with foiling, microbeads, and more to add interest and depth to your art. In "The Jewelry Box," Debora Mauser creates color on metal using household items. Mandy Russell will show you how to create molds with everyday objects to add custom texture to your creations. Also in this issue: See how Wen Redmond uses skeleton leaves as a base for digital prints; Make a memory box using studio scraps; Paint with oil and cold wax; Create some artful home décor from a journal page; Meet artist Chris Cozen in our Artist Profile and much more!
Plus, don’t miss the results from the Mixed-Media Flowers reader challenge! This art will definitely have you thinking spring.