Cloth Paper Scissors Artists Give Back to National Breast Cancer Foundation
Are your walls bare? Of course not, for if you do not make art, you love it.
But we’ve just gotta share: Cloth, Paper Scissors Magazine asked their CREATE Art Retreat instructors to donate art in support of the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc.
The instructors, including Jen Cushman and Kristen Robinson made art for the cause and your shopping pleasure.
You can find Jen and Kristen’s pieces plus the works of 39 more artists in the Cloth, Paper Scissors Etsy shop!
It opened officially today.
That means true you can let your heart be brave and go shopping right now! You know you need some retail therapy!
BONUS! Cloth, Paper, Scissors sale:
Pretty In PinkPeerless Watercolorsavailable for $10 a set.
If you’ve never been lucky enough to try these watercolors before, let me tell you about them. They were developed by Charles F. Nicholson in 1885 (aka they stand the test of time!). After a lot of research, he developed a color film, or paper leaflet (now called DrySheets)—essentially watercolor paint on paper. 122 years later, the process remains the same. And Chris Mode, only the 4th person to obtain the original formulas, has put together this fantastic set of pinks just for us. The pinks range from purplish pink and magenta to a deep reddish pink hue.