Guest Kathy Cano Murillo's obsession with glitter has inspired her to creative heights. She demonstrates several glittery projects from the simple to the more advanced with host Jennifer Perkins.
Guest Traci Bautista discusses crayon painting, how different papers allow you to create amazing finished products, how to make a crayon cupcake, and how to use a travel iron, quilting iron, and metallic crayons to create cool designs.
Host Jennifer Perkins demonstrates how to make leather belts, and then guest Nicole Williams demonstrates how to make a very unique beer holster from leather.
Guest Matt Maranian demonstrates how to make a bamboo garden side table.
Guest Maya Brenner, the founder and designer of Maya Brenner Designs, discusses different types of beads, design philosophies for combining them, and makes several great jewelry pieces with host Jennifer Perkins.
Guest Alexis Sadler joins host Jennifer Perkins to demonstrate how to use household items such as bubbles, shaving cream and rubbing alcohol to create innovative finishes on ceramic bisque.
Guest Mary O'Brien demonstrates an innovative resin technique with use of a blowtorch for elimination of bubbles, as well as, melting crayon shavings embedded in the surface.
Guest Claudine Hellmuth uses a funnel, tissue paper and acrylic paints to create "New School" puppets with moving mouths and background environments.
Guest Vani Sodhi Gundara demonstrates how to make a bamboo box purse with advanced wood burning techniques.
Guest Cathi Milligan demonstrates how to make a fun belt buckle and matching buttons using Precious Metal clay and a torch! You'll learn how to make your own impression plates using UV sensitive materials.
Host Jennifer Perkins demonstrates how to make a mosaic project and how to make a sassy mosaic girl.
Host Jennifer Perkins and guest construct a soldered hinged keepsake box that is made with meaningful double-sided collaged images encased in two glass plates. The box is created by soldering the edges of each framed panel to each other. The top is attached with a hand made hinge, fastened with a metal tube and wire mechanism.
Host Jennifer Perkins demonstrates how to make paper puppets on a bamboo stick, and how to make shadow puppets out of contact paper and monofilament.
Learn how to make fun hats and flowers out of balloons.
Susann and Jen take a new twist on the bamboo arts and make a fibrous bamboo paper from the sheath of the plant and adding old brown paper bags to help bind the pulp. They will also make a fun Bamboo photo frame.
Guest Chris Derubeis demonstrates basic and advanced airbrush techniques to decorate an electric guitar.
Guest Julia Andrus demonstrates how to emboss paper for a metal finish, and uses it to create an innovative and functional wall vase.
Learn how to make star magnets using foam and acrylic paint and Egyptian foam sculpture.
Learn how to make unique and funky-layered dolls that are inspired by the Pacific Northwest's nature. Whether creating realistic, character or abstract pieces, there is a hint of nature in all of them. Most of the techniques demonstrated in this episode are derived from self-taught explorations.
Guest Thomas Ashman demonstrates how to make unique glass journals. He also shows a new technique of binding using plumber's tape.
Guest Matt Maranian shows how to make his Garish Garnishes and light them on fire. Then he follows by creating a Light Up Punch Bowl.
Guest Josie Cirincione creates a one-of-a-kind story box collage, using vintage images and memorabilia to bring the past and present together.
Guest Jon Fong creates a spider and bunny floral arrangement using floral basics and his unique, pop sensibility.
Guest Michael deMeng teaches Polaroid art. He uses Polaroid photos as the basis for building a project with multiple techniques of washes over a textured base, resulting in an elaborate antiquing finish.
Guest John Ahr shows how to make a thermoformed Plexiglas lantern.
Returning guest Anne Igou shows how to make a cute retro pop polymer vessel.
Guest Keri Plezia makes a kaleidoscope with techniques she has amassed as a stained glass artisan.
Guest Lori Meeker shows how to create and personalize parasols from existing umbrellas, and host Jennifer Perkins creates a funky fabric greeting card.
Guest Karen Mitchell uses solid and liquid polymer clay adhesive techniques to create a hip sun mirror. She also uses liquid polymer clay sequins to add some sparkle to any project.
Guest Katy Parks Wilson teaches how to make a myriad of frames for the black-and-white decorated photos. She demonstrates mod designing techniques including decals to look like a Kandinsky inspired painting and optical illusion grid drawing. Then she shows how to display frames and pictures in a bouquet arrangement.
Guest Addi Somekh demonstrates how to make instruments such as drums and flutes out of balloons.
Guest Randy Townsend shows how to create a polymer clay MP3 holder with tiger stripes.
Guest Steven James shows how to manipulate metal, etch images and make cute personalized nameplates for pets.
Guest Stephen Horn shows a way to use a copy machine and mono printing onto clay to make unique pieces of art.
Guest Jen Perkins's mom, Fredda Perkins, shows how to make a cool art deco frame using waterslide decals.
Kathy Cano Murillo explores the world of Mexican wrestling — Lucha Libre. First, Murillo decorates a wrestling mask with paint, thread and jewels to create a personalized look. Next, Murillo creates Lucha Libre Cascarones — hollowed egg shakers decorated and filled with confetti. Finally, Murillo and Perkins make Lucha Libre place card holders using simple materials and generic Mexican wrestling figures.
Guest Josie Cirincione creates a Gasket Material Secret Book with distressed images, gaffer's tape and beaded elements.
Guest Syuzi Pakhchyan shows how to make a simple and elegant desk lamp using LED lights and metal etching on a circuit board.
Guest Alyson Udell demonstrates the sponging and spattering technique for decorating bisque. She also shows a carbon tracing approach to make a cool pet bowl and how to use a spray bottle for added finishes.
Ann Mitchell shows us how to work with polymer clay and create a clay skull belt.
Guest Matthew Newman demonstrates how to mold a concrete candleholder.
Guest Claudine Hellmuth uses paper transfer and collage to create three-dimensional figurines.
Guest Jen Perkins shows the crafters how to make a cute napkin ring using candy wrappers and wire. Kate Richbourg shows how to make lovely purses using potato chip bags.
Guest Mary Clark Camargo demonstrates how to make a mosaic wind chime.
Host Jennifer Perkins shows how to adorn candles, and guest Tiffany Miller demonstrates how to make blowtorched candles with a simple flower and stained glass design.
Guest Cathi Milligan shows how to make a hip flaming heart wall sconce. She teaches glass fusing techniques and how to make the pieces individually.
Guest Traci Bautista demonstrates different techniques of Graffiti Art on wine glasses, plates, mugs and a cool pair of sneakers.
Guest Anne Igou shows how to make candle votives using a lovely copper patina effect.
Sonya will be showing us how to have fun with feathers! She will demonstrates various projects using feathers as the decorative piece.
Guest Michael deMeng teaches how to build a multi-leveled, burnt edged, concentric imagery Polaroid.
Guest Jon Fong demonstrates how to create crafty wall decor using wrapping paper, handmade bows, placemats and decorative switch plates.
Guest Thomas Ashman shows how to make a creative animated music box out of a mint tin and an acrylic ballerina.
Jon Neill will be reconfiguring the head of an action figure doll by making a silicone mold, carving wax, pouring resin and painting. The result will be you very own custom made scary horror head for your action figurine.
Josie Cirincione creates a Photo Slide Book with vintage images and metal embellished slides.
Kathy demonstrates how to use silk flowers as a table runner and light decoration.
Yvonne shows the crafters how to make simple collages using clip art, gel medium, and dry pigment. Yvonne shows us how to indistinguishably transfer art.
Alisa shows us how to upholster a chair with canvas using graffiti art techniques.
Julia Andrus demonstrates a leather and stone aesthetic altering paper technique and helps construct a unique set of matchbox drawers.
Leah will make a series of kitschy ornaments inspired by the 50's.
Tamara will be showing us how to have some fun with the holidays. We will be making our own kids' holiday crafts.
Guest Bethany Mann, host Jennifer Perkins and the Craft Crew create a rebellious hinged, latched and coated punk rock style egg. This cute project has a spray paint resistant exterior.
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