In today’s video I am creating three easy artist trading cards from a gouache background. As my Arteza gouache starting to dry out completely in their tubes I decided to use them as much as I can. I am working with our Carved Collection #1 and Textured Sea Creatures stamps sets.
In today’s video I am creating two easy artist trading cards with one collage paper . My collage paper is a simple left over paint paper. When I am painting with acrylics I use a simple piece of paper as my paint pallete. On this paper I am cleaning my brushes, stamps and tools. Further I make marks with the left over paint. These kind of papers are the best to use for collage
One reason I am not afraid to ruin a painting is, that you can create beautiful small pieces of art from it! Even if you think the painting is ugly it can be turned into something pretty. This project is inspired by one of the projects from my new book. And of course I have„Atmospheric Mixed Media ATCs from ruined Painting“ weiterlesen
I made a bunch of autumnal Artist Trading Cards using up a lot of my Gelli Print Scraps. For these cards I used my favourite autumn stamp sets. The Carved Whimsy Wood and Textured Mushrooms! All stamps are linked at the end of the post.
Today I am creating some vintage looking autumnal ephemera cards with Distress Inks, Oxides, some stamps and embossing powders. I really like to use these kind of cards for junk journals, to add to happy mail or as gift tags.
Today I am using washi tape to create the background for these mixed media Artist Trading Coins. I make a collage with the tapes and then add some main images from my Celestial stamp set.
I’m sharing three mixed media artist trading cards today created from some recycled packaging. I started the background with some collaging. For the collage paper I painted an old book page.
I have a quick project to share today over on my YouTube channel. I made two mixed media ATCs with my brand new Loose Florals stamp sets. I started with some collaging on the background before I stamped the flowers with the masking technique. I used watercolors to color them in.
Today I’d like to share three ATCs using my brand new stamps. They have been released yesterday over at Rubber Dance. I played with watercolors to create the background of the cards and embossed one of the Grungy Sequins stamps in white. The birds are stamped to bristol paper and also colored with watercolors.