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A Mixed Media Collage and the Winners of January Take the Challenge with Mou

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Hi everyone, Mou here with a mixed media collage today using Gelatos® colors PASTELS! If you saw my previous mixed media collage, you'll notice that I am still inspired by the Pastel colors and shimmer of the Glass Bead Glitter Gel. This project is a 2nd in what might become a mini series of collages.

 

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A Peek at the Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® class at CHA with Rita Barakat

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Hey there crafty peeps Rita Barakat here! For those who were not able to  make it to CHA I wanted to share some pics from the Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® mixed media texture class I taught! Here are my fabulous students and their finished projects!

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No-Line Watercoloring with Art Grip Aquarelle Watercolor Pencils

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Aloha Guys!  This is Joyce from http://enjoyscrappin2.com and today I have a No-line watercolored card using Art GRIP® Aquarelle Watercolor Pencils.  I personally love to watercolor and these watercolor pencils are by far my favorite.  The colors are very vivid,  intense and they blend out completely.  These pencils are Waterproof, Permanent and Archival, once it's dried.  Which makes layering very easy, without having the color underneath get effected.  I love them, they are very easy to work with.  I hope you enjoy this card and I'll see you next time.  Thanks again :)

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Canvas Flower Video Tutorial by Keren Tamir

 
Hi Everyone,
Happy New year!! I'm so excited to start the new year here on the Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft blog.
Today I created an inspirational canvas titled "Life is Good". It uses many different Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft products and it especially features Gelatos®. I have a step by step video tutorial below on how I created the flower on my canvas.
 
 

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Love is Gold Tag - with Lisa

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Hi everyone it's Lisa back on the blog with you and wow! the holidays are over and now we get to start thinking about... LOOOVE! ♥ I don't usually send out Valentine's Day projects, but I absolutely adore making them. Especially when they're as glittery and fun as THIS one!!

I used Glass Bead Glitter Gel (completely luscious for ANY occasion) , Texture Luxe™ in Gold, some Texture Gems™ in Pearl for additional accents, along with just three Gelatos® Double Scoops® and Gesso to create this tag. Oh! And our amazing stencils..how could I forget? Let me show you show it's done.

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X'mas wreath by Chitose

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Hello! Did you spend wonderful Christmas?

Today, I will be showing you by X'mas wreath.

1.I put Whipped Spackle on the wreath with a writing brush.

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2.The chipboard of the title applies gesso and traces it next in Texture Luxe™ Silver.

This is beautiful color.

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3.I drew a stitch with an artist pen.

It is easy to write this pen very much.

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4.I described heart in a Gelatos®.

This color is the Iced Currant. It's very shining.

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5.I used the Texture Gems in Pearl.

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Products Used

Texture Luxe™ Silver (#770323)

Whipped Spackle (#770318)

GelatosⓇ Colors 15ct-Metallics (#770170)

Texture Gems™ 3ct Metallics (#770700)

Essential PITT Artist Pens BLACK (#770075)

Thank you for visiting the blog today!

  Chitose

 


Art to wear: a glamorous earrings from a doilie

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Hello Giovanna here, this time with a super glamorous set to wear! I am an avid collector of thrifted stuff, like old doilies, so from one of these I made a couple of earrings, and a lovely pendant...and, ok also a matching keyring, I couldn't stop myself! :-)

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