5 Ways To Decorate With Chigirie Chigirie Tip: Transform, Repurpose and Embellish Learn Chigirie with Joan Mead-Matsui Lampshades, decorative serving trays, wooden boxes, wall art, photos frames, coasters, and other household decor items are the perfect application for Chigirie using washi paper and a special paste. Get motivated! The holiday season is around the corner. Rather than toss an old wooden trinket box or a lampshade in the trash, transform them into a work of
Surround Yourself With Collage Art Chigirie For All Rooms Look Around You…What do you see today? Chigirie Tip of the Week for October 1, 2019, directly ties into the changing landscape. Add a Personal Touch I’ve never been one to buy art prints although I own a few prints by famous artists like Andrew Wyeth. My love for original paintings and paper collage is one of the reasons I create my own Chigirie, Japanese Torn
To Cut or Not To Cut Are you breaking the rules if you use scissors in torn paper collage art? Some Chigirie masters say yes and some say no. Create Chigirie when you want gorgeous watercolor-like art. Chigirie is often mistaken for watercolor paintings because when the paper is blended, it resembles a painting. When you’re working with tiny pieces of paper and tearing is next to impossible, should you use a scissor? Don’t hesitate
Working with Layers How to Layer Your Design With the Best Results If you stopped by chigirie.com last week to read my Tuesday Chigirie tip about working with your background, now’s the perfect time to take a moment and review that tip. We’ll briefly focus on working with paper this week. The longer you’ve practiced Chigirie the more details you’ll likely to add to your art. Take a moment to review the background in this
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