Posts by Ruth Morgan
This unusual piece was created by Silver Stead and depicts the essence and colours of autumn. The leaves were made from Lutradur 100, which she hand cut and coloured using acrylic paint in various subtle shades of orange, yellow and brown. When dry, the leaves were attached to a background of Mulberry bark, creating a tactile and interesting composition. As a final touch, Sylvia added some small hand sewn moths. Just a reminder that autumn is on its way! All weights of Lutradur are available from our online shop.
Christmas decorations to make at home These lovely little Christmas trees are easy, fun and inexpensive to make. Materials required – Lutradur 70 Acrylic paints Battery operated tea lights (available from Hobbycraft, Wilkinson’s etc) Decorations, such as glitter glue, adhesive glass beads etc. Thin green wire (optional) Here’s how to make them – 1. For each tree, cut a semi-circle of Lutradur 70 with a radius of approximately 10 cms. This can be done by drawing round a dinner plate, saucepan lid or by using a compass. (This size allows two trees to be made from an A4 piece of Lutradur […]
Easter Bunny ears made with Evolon, coloured using dye from a tea bag!