THE CASS ART PAD: A SPOTLIGHT ON SURFACE

Cass Art Own Brand Paper Pads combine exceptional quality with outstanding value. Designed by leading agency, our paper pads explore the mark-making of different mediums, revealing a fresh aesthetic on the front of the blank pages awaiting your own designs. From cartridge and marker pads to watercolour and oil the great variety of surface and […]Read More

HOW TO: DECORATE A WOODEN SLICE

Manchester based artist, Alice Charlotte shares a part of her creative working by showing us how to decorate a wooden slice using an array of Cass Art materials. These slices are excellent for adding a unique touch to a gallery wall! Over to you, Alice! WHAT YOU NEED Wooden Slice Small screw in hook White […]Read More

WINSOR & NEWTON ARTISAN WATERMIXABLE OIL

I have a confession to make and I’m holding my hands up. Those of you that have come across my work before will know I’m an absolute ‘anything goes’ type creative. You might have read my books on the subject and noticed how in my work I use literally anything to create the finished artwork. […]Read More

GUIDE TO ACRYLIC PAINTING WITH JULES PENLINGTON

Artist Jules Penlington brings her expert advice to us with her complete guide to getting started with acrylic paint by show casing her go to products. Jules Penlington is a mixed media artist based in Liver pool. She has been doing freelance commission based work for 3 years in which she has designed numerous works […]Read More

DIY CACTUS CHRISTMAS STOCKINGS

It’s that time of year again when every thing starts getting ‘Christmafied’ with faux snow and traditional red and green decorations – boring! I live in Australia where Christmas falls in the middle of summer so decorating with snow and just feels silly. If you’ve been reading for a while you know I like to […]Read More

RAINBOW HERB SCENTED DRAWER SACHETS

Scented lavender sachets may remind you of your Nanna’s hankie drawer, but just because they’ve been around forever doesn’t mean they have to look old fashioned. Ditch the floral prints and make a pile of crochet edged rainbow hued sachets instead. I’ve been a little obsessed with Black & White gingham contrasted with bright colours […]Read More

HOW TO MAKE A BUNNY PILLOWCASE

Easter has sneaked up on me this year. I’m so not ready for the inevitable chocolate egg binge that awaits us, but what I can’t get enough of is Cute Bunny Crafts. I could happily see bunnies pics all year long and not get tired of them one bit. If you are looking for something fun to make […]Read More

TEA TOWEL FUROSHIKI – AN ECO FRIENDLY WAY

When Spoonflower calls and says “Hey! Do you want to join makers from around the globe in a hand made holiday blog hop and show us how you celebrate Christmas with fabric?” I said “Sure thing Spoonflower peeps, you know I can’t resist beautiful textile designs. I love to give handmade at Christmas, but the truth is unless you start […]Read More

MAKE A SWEETHEART QUILT FOR YOUR SWEETHEART

If you fancy snuggling up to someone you fancy this, maybe you should make them a Sweetheart Quilt so they can get the hint! With a whopping great big geometric heart patchworked into the design, they are sure to appreciate the sentiment. I originally designed this quilt a few years ago as the ‘We Heart Saturdays Quilt’ […]Read More

ROUND DRAWSTRING BAG SEWING PATTERN

The one thing more useful than a drawstring bag is a drawstring bag with lots of pockets inside! Everyone has little things laying around their home that can be easily sucked up into vacuum cleaners, and lost into the void. Now with this little drawstring pouch, you can coral all those those tiny little bits […]Read More