Boy Meets Girl Mixed Media Tags
Little Mixed Media Tags create a big punch on art journaling pages.
Gel Press Plate + One Stencil = Two Different Funky Tags
Gel Press Plate + One Stencil equals two different funky tags. Crafters Workshop Stencil and the Gel Press Plate make for a great combo.
Quick Artsy Tags
These little tags made with Dina Wakley Media are perfect for art journals or to stick in a card to a friend. Creating mixed media tags are perfect . . . it’s a great size of art that you can tackle if you have a couple minutes. Wishing you a great day! Products I used for these little tags include:
Art, Art Journaling, Crafts, Creative, Faith, Life, Mixed Media, Sketching, The Homestead, Thoughts, Tutorials and How to's
Artsy Findings E-Magazine – Issue Two
So much has happened in a couple of months. I hope each of you are doing well despite the challenges we are facing right now. Please take a moment for yourself, grab a cup of coffee or tea and enjoy the read. See Artsy Findings E-Magazine Issue Two. Feel free to share the link with another that you think may enjoy as well. This is a gift from me to you. I hope it brings you hope, inspiration, and well-being.
One Fry Short of a Happy Meal
In this wild world, sometimes I feel like I'm 'one fry short of a happy meal.' If you feel that way too, hang in there.
10 Ways to Add Sparkle Using Stickle’s Glitter Gel – #6
Once again, I am sharing at least ten ways to use Ranger’s fantastic luminous medium; Stickles Glitter Gel. You can purchase your Stickle’s Glitter Gel by Ranger at A Cherry On Top, HERE. A fun and easy way to add sparkle to page or project is to use the glitter gel as a background or accent on a mixed media project. Below I added the gel first and let it dry thoroughly. Then I layered paper, gesso, and other elements. The shimmer really adds an amazing touch to any project. On the following page spread I used; Ranger’s Stickle Gel – Supernova Tim Holtz Ideology Paper Dolls Tim Holtz Mini…
Love Always Wins
I’ve been art journaling a lot of feelings lately. Art is good for the soul. It’s a release and can help us deal with all the happenings around us. I just thought I”d share. I hope that you can find some time to create. So good for stress relief and well being. Supplies I used: Shipping Tags Tim Holtz Ideology Chipboard Quotes Tim Holtz Ideology Paper Dolls Tim Holtz Distress Glaze (Antique Linen) Dina Wakley Silhouette Stencils/Masks Dina Wakley Chevron Stencil Dina Wakley Acrylic Paint (Turquoise, Ocean, Fuschia) Dina Wakley Gloss Spray (Lime) Dina Wakley Washi Tape Dina Wakley Metallic Scribble Sticks Misc. Stencils Wet Adhesive Metallic Wax Fiskars Flower…
Determine to Play
Play is so important for so many reasons. So it goes with art as well. Play allows us to learn with art, gives us new avenues and discoveries on how to use things, uncovering new techniques, and it relieves stress. Tags are great ways to play as they are small and not overwhelming. Below are a couple of recent tags I created. It was nice just taking some moments away from what is going on in our world to create something colorful and fun. Art can be a respite. I wish for you a little time to play, relax and escape. Have you taken some time for yourself? Warmest creative…
10 Ways to Add Sparkle Using Stickles Glitter Gel – #2 and #3
If you missed the first way and some explanation on what the new Stickles Glitter Gel is, you can check out the post HERE. Again, I plan on sharing at least ten ways to use Ranger’s new fantastic luminous medium, Stickles Glitter Gel. Again if you are local, you can pick Ranger’s Stickle Glitter Gel curbside by placing an order at Stamp Fever in Orange, California. Linda is a wonderful gal with a lovely shop. She’s happy to help with your creative endeavors. The second way to use the amazing Stickles Glitter Gel is to apply it with an art spatula, through a stencil laid upon your page or tag.…
Eileen Hull’s Pocket Notebook Release Party
Welcome to the Pocket Notebook Release Party! I’m so thrilled to be a part of this exciting release. This is Eileen Hull’s newest book die with Sizzix. On the die, you get all the pieces you need to make an entire book; the cover, pages, latch and pen loop! The Pocket Notebook measures 6 3/4″ x 4 1/2″ with a spine that can adjust from 3/8″ to almost 2″. String it with elastic, hemp, ribbon, or twine. This die is so versatile. Eileen’s Inspiration and Educator teams have joined together to show you amazing Pocket Notebook ideas. Feel free to join in on the Blog Hop to see all the…