Tutorial: Time To Start Marbling In Preparation For Fall. Give Autumn A Fresh New Look!

It’s already that time to start thinking about pumpkins and fall leaves.  You could go with the same old color scheme you decorated with last year, or you could give it all a fresh new look.  Why not try marbling this year?


We found a great video tutorial over at Marabu to help get you started with marbling madness!

Linda’s Art Spot has all the marbling paint to help get you started.  We carry the 6 piece set , the 12 piece set, the Easy Marble Starter Set, as well as individual colors.  All you need to supply are the pumpkins!


Refillable aerosol can that is great for craft projects and also keeping your home disinfected

YouCAN at Linda’s Art Spot

YouCAN is the first ever refillable air powered spray can that looks and feels just like a regular aerosol can.  What a perfect item to have in your craft “tool box”!  This is great for use with:  fabric dye and paint, acrylic, oil paint, watercolor, varnish, alcohol ink, primer, adhesive, cleaner, water,  and any other liquid.

Listen up, all you polymer clay artists out there.   Now you can spray your pieces with your favorite finish like Jacquards Pearl Ex Varnish, Golden Polymer Varnish w/UVLS, Sculpey Glaze or more.  Some liquids may need to be thinned for best results.

YouCAN at Linda’s Art Spot

YouCAN can be filled with ANY liquid and used over and over again! Simply fill the can with the medium of your choosing, pressurize with a bike pump or compressor and spray. When it runs out, start over and do it again!

3 ingredient disinfectant spray at livesimply.me

This handy aerosol can is not only perfect for artists.  It has a practical use as well.  Since it can be filled with any liquid it can be used to spray your own homemade disinfectants.  Why pay loads of money for cleaners with funky odors and strange chemical ingredients when you can make your own highly effective cleaners?

There are lots of options out there for easy and quick recipes.   How about this one at livesimply.me?  It uses alcohol, essential oils and vinegar.

Disinfectant spray recipe at imprefecthomemaker.com

Or this recipe that uses castile soap, vinegar and essential oils.  We found it over at imperfecthomemaker.com.

If these suggestions don’t sound quite right for you, a quick search on Pinerest will provide lots of other ideas.  All you need now is a YouCANLinda’s Art Spot has got you covered!