Tag, You're It!: Mixing Wet & Dry Inks
by Marjie Kemper on Friday, April 27, 2012

Textured Flexibility in Art Pages
by Unruly PaperArts on Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Getting Inky: Inking Rubber
by Zoe Sanderson on Monday, April 23, 2012

Fuzzy Colors - Stippled Backgrounds
by Unruly PaperArts on Tuesday, April 17, 2012

FYI: Ink Varieties
by Shar B on Friday, April 13, 2012

Come Out and Play
by Shar B on Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Style-Centric: Inky Mayhem
by Laura on Monday, April 9, 2012



Creativity is Boundless and the world of papercrafting and mixed media is deliciously messy and rule-free. We want you to discover the Magnificent and Messy in Your Art. Unruly PaperArts is a collaborative blogozine featuring a panel of regular and guest columnists as well as reader-submitted articles. We hope you will join us and come back often as we feature articles on stamping, mixed media, collage, altered art, and scrapbooking.

January 2015 - What's Inside this Issue

January 2015 - What's Inside this Issue
Be it tracing, drawing, stamping or painting this month is all about tried and tested techniques for adding faces to your art from Mixed Media Canvases, to Altered Art and Journal Pages there is even a few twists on the theme and a little experimenting with new products going on too. Artwork Shown by Julie Ann Lee

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