Dress up with a wood and clay jewelry holder from Candie Cooper. Jen Cushman stamps an on-trend metal bracelet. Rae Missigman makes a cute purse from recycled products. Mary Hettmansperger has safety tips for working in one's studio.
Debbi Simon sculpts artful household hardware from clay; Candie Cooper embosses on leather; Sandra Evertson transforms candlesticks into art with clay and found objects; and Jane Dunnewold talks about setting goals.
Cheryl Boglioli adds a variety of materials to a crafted form to make a gallery-ready figurine; Rae Missigman creates a trendy artistic cuff bracelet; Rebekah Meier makes a mixed media circle abstract on canvas; and Jane Dunnewold talks about planning one's art.
Joe Rotella molds and casts a one-of-a-kind gaming set; Sandra Evertson upcycles vintage bottles to make trendy Boho decor; Candie Cooper finishes off a leather cuff with colorful embroidery; and Mary Hettmansperger smooth-finishes metal edges.
Julie Fei Fan Balzer makes a festive partyscape for any occasion. Julie McGuffee and Joe Rotella team up to make a shiny party banner and Julie Fei Fan Balzer makes paper tiles that look like clay tiles. Jane Dunnewold talks about collections.
Julie Fei Fan Balzer cuts, embosses and paints metal to create home décor. Joe Rotella makes a lamp with interchangeable panels. Cheryl Boglioli mixes media and crackles it on canvas for special effects; and Jane Dunnewold discusses the inner artist.
Lynn Suprock transforms shot gun shells into trendy jewelry. Debbi Simon adds heat to encaustic wax to create special effects. Cat Kerr creates a beautiful pendant with cool resin techniques and Mary Hettmansperger adds color to copper.
Joe Rotella drills fine china to make a bird feeder. Cheryl Boglioli crafts a bisque face pendant. Candie Cooper makes metallic leather tassels to embellish jewelry, accessories and home dec. Mary Hettmansperger fires up her torch and shares some tips.
Rebekah Meier cuts, paints and assembles layers of felt. Mystele Kirkeeng uses paints and pastels to craft a folk art house. Mary Hettmansperger fabricates jewelry and art objects from copper. Jane Dunnewold discusses content.
The Season 3 premiere discusses the importance of having a plan or blueprint before beginning a project. Included: creating a scheduling journal with lots of color and style; sculpting tiny books to use as journals and jewelry; and building a planner from an ordinary calendar.