fingertip arts

Draw Tip Tuesday: How to Make Fingertip Art

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#TuesdayMotivation to make art has never been easier. With Koosje Koene’s Draw Tip Tuesday, art is right at your fingertips! Watch this video to learn how to make clever prints using your own fingers as the stamp. This is even more fun when you get kids involved.

Craft your own stationery, decorate your recipe cards, make party invites–you can put your stamp on anything!

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