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Out of Limitations Comes Creativity

Hello Everyone! 

It's Limor Webber here today with a super fun and easy as pie Mixed Media Card tutorial for you all.


I think sometimes we have this missconseption that Mixed Media should take a long time and that it has to be quite involved.  That is not the case at all! Come join me today as I take you through this fun tutorial using Just a few different products from Faber Castell Design Memory Craft.

Here is a better close up of the card.


Products Used:

Other Products:

Thank  you for stopping by! For more projects with Faber Castell Design Memory Craft Products be sure to check out my website at

Thank You!

Limor Webber





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Love the way this turned out!

Linsey R

Oh wow, this is so beautiful! Quick n easy, just how I like it! :) I have never thought to mix alcohol with my gelatos and water--instant alcohol inks!! Brilliant!!! :D Thanks so much Limor for yet another wonderful tutorial!!

Elaine Allen

This looks so pretty Limor! Thanks so much for the tutorial!

Elaine allen

TracyM #6773

FABULOUS card and tutorial - THANK YOU Limor!!!
... I can see that my 2 metallic Gelatos NEED lots more crafty friends!!!


Wow ! Its WOnderful ,loved the bg and the colors.Thanks for sharing !

Carol Mc

Fantastic colors. Love those splatters.
The card is gorgeous. Thank you for the inspiration.

Maureen Hayes

I agree with Becky who commented above- when you added the alcohol to the Gelato/water mixture, I was like "Wow, what a fantastic idea!". Thanks for the inspiration. . .off to play with my Gelatos :-)

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