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Do you or someone you know have anger management issues that are irritating you or others around you? Is it to the point that you want to scoop their or your own eyeballs out with a half eaten banana? Maybe try reading this post before you do that. Channel your anger creatively: Drawing and painting Sometimes it helps with anger issues to draw, paint or sculpt, anything creative. For some people it may help to

Mosaic Glass Tips for Beginners

Posted by Torch on March 7, 2018
Category: Mosaic
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Mosaic glass is not a very difficult hobby to learn. However, it does take some time to make and there are some things that can be a bit annoying to do. With the right tools and a bit of practice, you can master mosaic-making quickly! Basic things you need to start: A glass scorer Glass (of course) Glass breakers.. do not take the plastic caps off, they are there to protect your glass. Silicon glue

Draw a Candy Corn Fox with Pastels!

Posted by Torch on March 2, 2018
Category: Drawing
This fun little friend is simple to draw and good for beginners, or just for testing out a new pastel set. You can use any colors you would like, I simply chose these colors because I was making it more Halloween themed. However, it would look just as good in shades of yellow to green or in dark and light shades of blue and purple. What you need: Pencil Eraser Red pastel Yellow pastel Orange
Your glue is dry. Now what? After you have read Stained Glass Rose Mosaic Part 1 and completed all the steps, it should be the next day after you glued your last pieces down. So now… we get to play with grout! Go outside and pour some of the powdery grout into your bucket, being careful not to touch it or get it in your lungs. I recommend wearing gloves starting from this point. Slowly
This beautiful stained glass rose mosaic is lit from behind and can be hung anywhere, not just the window! This rose is inspired by the one from Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, and uses five different kinds of glass, as well as glass marbles. Although the finished piece looks expensive, it’s really not. It’s also not that hard to make. Unlike traditional stained glass, which is made with lead came or copper foil, mosaics are