Hi everyone! Today I have a new mixed media collage made in my mini envelope art journal. I used of course some of my watercolor practise paintings together with stamps, scrap papers and old book pages.
I’m sharing a mixed media canvas today. The background is created with a acrylic paint scraping technique. It’s a really fun technique which creates sometime surprising effects. My main images are the Crazy Flowers stamps from Rubber Dance.
I’m sharing a watercolor art journal page today with a rainbow background. It’s a very easy way to create a background. I also used a stencil together with white gesso for some extra texture. Instead of the flowers I’ve used you can use any kind of flowers.
It’s time for a new mixed media collage in my envelope art journal using left over papers, old book pages and some watercolor flower paintings. I really love that intuitive play in my journal and also the fact that those beautiful flowers don’t have to lay in the shelf forever.
Today’s art journal page is perfect for beginners in mixed media. You don’t need many supplies to recreate that page. I played with Stabilo Woodies, some collage papers and stamps from Rubber Dance.
Today I’m sharing an art journal page in my envelope journal using Brushos together with Embossing to create the background. My focal point are two butterflies. They are from the Rubber Dance Butterfly Trio stamp set and also embossed and coloured in with Brushos.
I’m sharing a mixed media collage on canvas today. It measures 12 x 12 inches. This is a very easy tutorial perfect for beginners. I recreated a watercolor page from my art journal.
It’s time again for a new mixed media collage in my art journal. I played with some of my own loose watercolor flower paintings. I really enjoy using them in my art journal. So all these practice sheets are not wasted.
Today I’m sharing an art journaling video tutorial with the cute „What A Girl Wants“ stamp set from Rubber Dance. It’s kind of a rainbow collage. I used old book papers, left overs and brusho inked tissue to create the background.
II’m playing in my 6 x 6 watercolor art journal today using watercolors in combination with embossing to create the background. I’m creating an underwater scene with the Textured Sea Creature Stamps from Rubber Dance. I really enjoy the intuitive play with watercolors in my journal. It’s very relaxing and fun.