Whether you make art as a hobby or as a profession, the cost of art supplies quickly adds up. So how do you stretch that dollar a bit further and get the most out of your materials?
Join me this week as I share my top tips for spending less on supplies, getting intentional about your work all the while increasing the quality of your art output.
I’ve shared quite a few of these tips before but this time I am bringing them together in a budget focused episode!
You can find the show notes for this episode at https://www.laurahornart.com/thepodcast/55
The show notes include this week's vlog where I share an art/life update and a summary of my top 5 budget tips.
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