Jeff_Rudell, contributor | August 24th, 201214 comments
A simple paper technique (with a fancy French name) helps turn inexpensive objects into a luxurious, one-of-a-kind object d'art. Our paper guy shows you how to dress up your home accessories without breaking the bank.
The Home Depot is the last place on earth I expected to make the acquaintance of an artist. That he was mixing my floor paint at the time of our meeting just added a further strange dimension to the situation.
Jeff_Rudell, contributor | January 10th, 201142 comments
Art is for the ages, but paper is for the here and now! Embrace its ephemeral nature and even turn it to your advantage. Putting a little time into something that's not meant to last can yield wonderful results.
Jeff_Rudell, contributor | December 10th, 201031 comments
It's white. You can fold it. You can crease it. You can even wash it! But, it's not paper; it's fusible interfacing. And, if you're making large-scale origami this holiday, it is the perfect paper substitute.