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PE - Artisan Crafts ABC III S - V

Sun Feb 17, 2013, 7:07 AM


I hope you are all having as much fun as I am, and enjoying it as much as I do!

Artisan Crafts ABC: A - D | E - H | I - M | N - R | S - V | W - Z
Artisan Crafts ABC II: A - D | E - H |
I - M | N - R | S - V | W - Z
Artisan Crafts ABC III:
A - D | E - H | I - M | N - R | S - V | W - Z


S stands for Silk Painting


An art all by its own. Depending on the colors, it can be done by free hand, or filling the contours with one color, with an effect similar to stained glass. It requires special paints and techniques. It can also be decorated with salt patterns. It is a unique painting that can't be reproduced like serigraphy, so each piece is unique. Added by MirachRavaia.

Roverandom by MirachRavaiaHobbit door by MirachRavaiaSilk Scarf MOUNTAINS SUNSET hand painted by MinkuLulkerchief with fishes by ireneya

S stands for Sea Glass


Sea glass is created by weathering of small pieces of glass left on seas and beaches. Over time the glass becomes smooth and acquires frosted appearance. Pieces of frosted glass can be found on some beaches and used for jewelry. Added by GlassBeacher.

Sea Glass Earrings by SoulStoneDesignsPink Maine Sea Glass by sojourncuriositiesSea Glass Pendants by OdinsBeadHallRuby Red Maine Sea Glass Necklace by sojourncuriosities

S stands for Sugar Sculpting


Sugar sculpting is the culinary art of making decorative pieces entirly made of sugar and/or sugar derivatives. There are different techniques like Pulled, Blown, Cast, Pressed Sugar, Pastillage and so on. The sculptures can be composed of single pieces, which where coloured beforehand. Added by digikijo.

Sugar Jelly by PlanetsomsomPulled Sugar Flower by Keep-It-SweetPulled Sugar Ribbon by SliceofcakeBlown Sugar Fishes by KralleCakes

T stands for Tablet Weaving

Also known as card weaving. In this technique tablets or cards with holes are used to lift and separate the yarn, then an extra piece of yard is used to create a weaving pattern. It's possible to create designs with multiple colors but it's limited to thin and mostly long pieces, like bracelets and belts. Different designs can be achieved with different tablets. A tutorial can be found here. Added by MirachRavaia.

tablet weaving loom by Freygundranother one band by SvetodaraTreasure in box by strojehistorycznetablet weaving : vine by were-were-wolfy

T stands for Tea Bag Folding

Originally performed on tea bags, this folding technique uses square pieces of decorative paper to create geometric and highly symmetrical designs. Most designs are styled after stars, but colors and shapes can be used to create other shapes such as flowers. The resulting pieces can be used for greeting cards, decorations, ornaments, etc.

and the Star of the Show is by Osa-Art-FarmTea-bag folding Study by cherrydelighttea bag card by cadburysboostTea Bag Folded Ornament by Midgit2230

T stands for Topper

Personalized cake toppers have become more and more popular, and some artists specialize in offering creative and whimsical cake toppers with any design or idea the client has, as crazy as it may be! This wonderful sculptures are usually made out of clay and can be saved as a memento of the wedding. Commissioning a personalized cake topper guarantee that it will be uniquely yours.

Panda and Snow Weasel Wedding Cake Topper by HeartshapedCreationsLock and Key Dragon Topper by DragonsAndBeastiesAnother custommade cake topper by Mag-DeeHe Loves Me: Wedding Topper by stillifewithshadow

U stands for

We still need three crafts witih U to complete the set of three!
Already added: unicorns, underglaze, uterus, upholstsery, umami, urn.

V stands for Volvelle Cards

Volvelles were initially used for scientific purposes but are fun in a card. These cards have a rotating wheel attached by a split pin to the card and can be spun around. Here's a great tutorial that teaches you how to use them. Added by danlayton.

2013 Year of the Snake Card (Interactive Volvelle) by danlayton

V stands for Violin

This musical instrument has enjoyed a lot of attention from crafters, they have created precise replicas in paper, decorated bottles after them, used miniatures for jewelry, used them to decorate, and more! Some people even MAKE their own violins that actually play :wow:

The Violin Sensation by VissyscraftsGliga Pyrographed Violin by muradinoHorsehead Eolin Full View by chadparker42Violin Vest - Final by sidneyeileen

V stands for Vellum

Vellum is a translucent paper, originally made out of animal skin, but now the term refers mostly to the vegetable version. Vellum is translucent, glossy, and with a smooth surface, it was used for calligraphy, scrolls and books, and now is used for blueprints and plans. Crafting with vellum is also very popular, specially for origami and greeting cards.

Vellum Envelopes by drag-my-soulAiry by DreamsCatchMeOrigami Boxes by KarenKarenQuotes RR : The Raven by Nezumi-chuu





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:iconankharas:
AnkharaS Featured By Owner Mar 5, 2013
U for Umbrella art
or UV art bot UV paint and light in that category
and also lots and lots of underwater art
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pyro-helfier Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2013   General Artist
Ukelele - [link] [link] [link] [link]
Up -The Pixar movie [link] [link] [link] [link]

Urethane is used in many crafts...
or maybe Underpaint? Where you paint your values in black and white and then use thin glazes to color.
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SinistrosePhosphate Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
S stands for Snowflake
[link] [link] [link] [link]
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FelixNovio Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
beautiful works x)
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:icontalty:
Talty Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2013   Artisan Crafter
And there's so many more! :wow: the awesomeness never ends :D
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AJ333 Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Very much enjoying these :dummy:
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Talty Featured By Owner Feb 18, 2013   Artisan Crafter
I'm glad, me too! :love:
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