Get off the computer and get your hands dirty! Graphic designers Stu and Nicky Alden walk you through screen-printing basics in this introductory series. Read the class materials for step-by-step instructions on how to expose screens for prints at home. For more in-depth guidance and hands-on experience, we suggest attending a local class or workshop after watching the class.
You can start animating today, even if all you can draw are stick figures. In this kid-friendly class, flip book artist Amy Pirkle shows you how to create an animated flip book, step by step. All you need is a pencil, some note cards, and your imagination!
Ready to let your imagination take flight? In this kid-friendly class, paper airplane mastermind John Collins shows you how to fold and fly five of his best designs, including his world-record-breaking plane for distance. Each lesson showcases a different plane, with John and his co-pilots making and then testing each one for distance, speed and more. Through trial and error, you’ll learn the science behind flight so you can experiment with your own creations.
Paper artist Kate Alarcón shows you how to make five different paper flowers, including a wild rose, floribunda rose, Icelandic poppy, peony and ranunculus, plus an air plant for added greenery. And, learn how to arrange your flowers into beautiful bouquets that are sure to impress.
Celebrate your baby with one-of-a-kind scrapbook pages! Popular designer Amy Tan shares tips and techniques for transforming your kit materials into three layouts you’ll love. You may have baby on the brain, but with Amy's tips, you're sure to have baby's photos beautifully displayed on your scrapbook pages forever!
The right card can really make a statement. And no… we're not just talking about what you write on the inside! On Flashcards, we're showcasing the creativity and self-expression that go into creating a handmade card – and we're doing it all in two-minute snippets you can watch in a snap. The best part? All the incredible designs, of course.