Browsing the "nature craft" Tag

How-to: DIY Wooden Crayon Holder (or Marker Holder, OR Colored Pencil Holder) from a Fallen Tree Branch

October 22nd, 2012 | by Julie Finn

Want to bring more nature into your art? Crayon, colored pencil, and marker holders are easy to make from reclaimed fallen branches. They organize your art supplies, make them visible while you work, and, if you're creating with kids, display a manageable (and easy to clean up!) number of utensils that the kiddos can access independently. Here's how to make one for yourself


7 Art Supplies Made Directly from Nature

May 8th, 2012 | by Julie Finn

You don't have to be satisfied with art supplies that are simply "non-toxic." Art supplies that come directly from nature, with minimal processing, are healthier, more environmentally friendly, and can still be of excellent quality, often allowing you to create effects that it's difficult to obtain with their artificial counterparts



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