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Topic: Use Spackle from the hardware store for a canvas painting!  (Read 141 times)
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« on: May 21, 2016 09:00:23 PM »

The Easiest DIY Trick for Creative Expression

How do you make time for art when it seems like there’s not a second left in your day?  It may not seem easy, but it can be done – and once you do it, you’ll wonder how you could have gone all this time WITHOUT any art in your day!

So much to do, but it is mental health month, and that means I’ve still got to make time for purposeless creative play, because that’s what makes my soul alive….the messiest way to keep my soul alive!
I had a bit too much fun with my mega-tub of spackling plaster…and now I’d love to share my secret with you!

Yes you heard me – those big tubs you see at Home Depot. Don’t believe me? Check out my spackle tutorial here. The possibilities are endless!

Check out my post here: https://www.amyoes.com/2016/05/20/spackle-secret/
« Last Edit: May 21, 2016 09:01:28 PM by amyoes » THIS ROCKS   Logged
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