In today’s video I show you how easy you can create some lovely stamped mixed media tags with a distress background. I am working with Distress Inks & Oxides and some of my stamps. The color combo I picked is inspired by our holidays we spent in Croatia.
In today’s video I show you how easy you can create an easy art journal spread with stamps and Distress Inks and Oxide Ink Pads. This technique is perfect to use in your art journal, on scrapbooking layouts or handmade greeting cards. I am using my brand new stamps set, the Pencil Marks #6. They are available together with a bunch of other new clear sets over in our shop.
Quick abstract spread to get some creative time after a busy day. What’s your way to put art into just a few minutes? Playing quickliy without too much thinking helps me to loosen up and to get new ideas. On this spread I used a flower from my brand new Pencil Marks 6 stamp set. You will find it in the shop together with many other new clear sets.
Today’s video is a playful process in my junky art journal. It’s handmade and I love to create grungy and colorful spreads in it. For the main images on the page I used some loose colored stamped images from my Sketchy Flowers #1 and the Sketchy Flowers #3 sets. On the background I worked with Liquitex Acrylic Gouache.
Playing abstract with watercolors is one of my favourite habits to take some creative minutes off on a busy day. It’s an relaxing, joyful and intuitive process. I combine the watercolors with other materials like pencils, crayons and stamps.
In today’s video I am creating three easy artist trading cards from a layered watercolor background and I’ll show you how you can use your stamps with watercolors instead of an ink pad. I am working with our Pencil Marks #3 and Inky Friends stamps sets.
We are going to create some amazing collage papers today using newsprint paper, watercolors and acrylic inks. For the collage fodder we are using dies from Tim Holtz and some of my stamps (available at rubberdance.com). In this free video tutorial you will learn how easy you can create wonderful mixed media tags. Of course you can use the same technique to make greeting cards, art journal pages or other mixed media projects.
In today’s video I am creating an abstract mixed media background, that I then will use to create two mixed media tags and an Artist Trading Card. It’s a lot of fun to create this paper and it’s also a good way to explore different color combos and mark makings.
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