I’m pretty jealous of people who have great handwriting, especially those who can do calligraphy! I should really try and find out if there’s a course in Adelaide. But until then, here’s a tutorial on how to fake it til you can make it! Haha! If that seems to be too much work too, there’s also a free font download too.
Whether you’re a Jackson Pollock aficionado or couldn’t get enough of Spin Art as a kid, there’s no denying the positive impact of colorful and energetic splatters of paint. Add an unexpected addition to your outfit with jewelry inspired by designer Tom Binns’ splatter-effect Spring 2013 collection. This artistic wow-factor will makes you want to celebrate and paint the town. So bring out your inner DIY expressionist and turn an old accessory into a fresh work of art!
To create: Select an assortment of paint colors. The more colors, the more layers you’ll have. To keep a tidy space, use newspaper or a drop cloth. Pour a dollop of paint onto a protective surface and dab a paint brush; flick onto a statement necklace, we opted for a chunky rhinestone version. Take your next color and repeat. Try different brushes for an array of speckled effects. Once finished, let completely dry before wearing.
- 2 minutes – The white isn’t fully set and the yolk is totally raw
- 4 minutes – The white is fully set, but the yolk is thick and runny
- 6 minutes – The white is fully set, and the yolk is mostly set, but still a little runny in the middle
- 8 minutes – The white is fully set, and the yolk is set, but tender
- 10 minutes – The white is fully set, and the yolk is fully set