Dedicated to Gourd Crafters, Artists and Gourd Art Fans
Does anyone know where to buy quantities of dark-colored FLOCKING POWDERS? Looking recently, I saw there are several places that sell it in little quantities or multi-packs of light or bright colors,…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Bonnie Adams Jul 30, 2014.
Getting into gourd DOLL making is fun! I made one using dried pods and wood burned a simple face onto a smaller gourd. A small banana gourd cut in half were the arms and half a small jewelry gourd,…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Christine Pace Aug 2, 2013.
I would love to be able to click on something here and see all the gourd "dolls" photos that have been submitted. I think gourd dolls are a big interest now, and I'll be happy to share my photos…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Christine Pace Dec 1, 2013.
When I was in grade school(way too long ago!)I used to doodle on the sides of my work papers all the time; on my notebooks too and those craft-paper book covers the teacher would have us make. Now…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Betty Powers Jul 16, 2015.
I would like to report on the no-mix, thick glossy sealer by "Lisa Pavelka" which I bought on line at C.F.Originals(sold to seal polymer art with). I tried it on my FRIED EGG name tag I had…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Christine Pace Jun 8, 2012.
I hope there is someone who has painted using OIL PAINTS on Gourds a number of year's ago, as I would like to know if the gourd absorbs this medium eventually? I am a painter, using acrylics, but…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Sandra Hutchins Sep 26, 2012.
I prefer Quikwood over Apoxie Sculpt when sculpting on gourds (or cypress knees). My profile picture, and my others with sculpting on it, are done with Quikwood (no "c" in the spelling). The crystal…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Bonnie Adams Feb 18, 2010.