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.
Thank you for stopping by! For more projects with Faber Castell Design Memory Craft Products be sure to check out my website at www.limorwebber.com
I’ve really enjoyed seeing those “First Day of school” photos on Facebook & Instagram. It is always fun to look back at them as the years go by. Today I’m sharing a layout that I created of my Nieces, Averie (3rd grade) and Addie (pre-k). This photo was shared by my Sister-Inlaw in Instagram. Thanks Ashley for letting me use this photo!
Hello Blogosphere! It's Tiffany here with a Photo Tutorial! Lately, I've been using my Glaze like CRAZY! I love mixing Glaze & Gelatos® to create a fun shiny coating on everything from cork to embellishments.
Hi everyone! I have a visual journal page that I created using Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft Textural Accents Gel Medium and Glass Bead Glitter Gel! I used materials from the August Scrapbooking From The Inside Out "Liberation" kit along with the Textural Accents.
It's very beautiful. Love all the details and the colors used. Thanks for sharing,
Wow ! Its WOnderful ,loved the bg and the colors.Thanks for sharing !
FABULOUS card and tutorial - THANK YOU Limor!!!
... I can see that my 2 metallic Gelatos NEED lots more crafty friends!!!
Thanks for the Vid!! I don't see the brand of the stencil you used on the first card. Will you share that info please? Thanks again.
This looks so pretty Limor! Thanks so much for the tutorial!
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!!