Updated: Apr 28, 2021
One of the things that make Pinspiration North Orlando truly unique and special is the ability to create a combination of crafts. What could be more perfect for creative crafters? Unlike other single art experiences here you can mix painting with string art, wood art with self-guided canvases, acrylic pours with wood art – this list goes on. Oh – did I mention the embellishments? These can be added to any craft to make it truly unique and customized.
Self-Guided Wood Art
Self-guided canvases make painting fun, easy and the r truly unique and special is the ability to create a combination of crafts. What could be more perfect for creative crafters? Unlike other single art experiences here you can mix painting with string art, wood art with self-guided canvases, acrylic pours with wood art – this list goes on. Oh – did I mention the embellishments? These can be added to any craft to make it truly unique and customize dates.
Acrylic Pours and Wood Art
Acrylic pours are super cool and colorful. If you haven’t tried it yet – it is especially fun and unpredictable. We have taken that same technique and applied it to wood art – in part or in whole. The mermaid is an example of two different acrylic pours! Wait – what? How did they do that, I asked. Easy – just use tape.
Embellished Wood Art
One very popular wood art shape is the wine bottle. After painting, you can apply a stenciled letter to spell out Wine Time, Wine Not, Wine Thirty – you get the idea. But what about applying corks to your wine bottle. Yes – we have plenty of embellishment for you cork dorks like me. You can spell something out by just creating an arrow pointing to the wine cellar.
Embellished Self-Guided Canvases
If you walk around the studio, you will discover we have lots of fun accessories to embellish any craft throughout the store. Check out this canvas design for the young artist. While the subject matter is fun – a treasure chest – look how much more fun it is when jewels and glitter are applied. We even used a paint pen to enhance it even more.
String Art and Wood Art
Check out what happens when you add string art to this bottle cap opener. You get a basket to check to catch the bottle caps – brilliant.
The Un-Splattered Canvas
The concept around splatter art is to first tape your canvas to create negative space – the area where you don’t want paint. But if you’re looking for more solid coverage of your canvas, it would take a long time to achieve that using just the splatter technique to apply the paint. Why not apply that same philosophy without having to enter the splatter room? Using two different widths of tape look at this playful company logo. The black paint was applied with strokes while the blue was applied more in a stippling effect. Totally fun.
Making candles is super easy. You pick your votive, the color of your wax and scent. But before you add the wax, be sure to embellish it outside of your votive. You can use paint, glitter, jewels, seashells…. The list goes on.
If you have visited our studio and did one craft, consider your next craft to be a combo. At Pinspiration North Orlando, we are not a one trick pony crafting experience!
Thanks for including us in your day!