Hey everyone, Lisa with you today and I have a fun minimalist mixed media Valentine card to share. Most people tend to think that with mixed media it's all about tons and tons of layers, right? Well, with this card I really wanted to try to try to keep it as simple as possible BUT also showcase some of our amazing products without making the card super thick. This card isn't hard to make at all and is FLAT! So no extra postage!! Woohoo!
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Hi! Dana Tatar here today sharing a set of chalkboard valentines. I started this project with a set of wood veneer hearts and used Chalkboard Paint, a Stamper's Big Brush Pen and PITT®Artist Pens to add color. I added dimensional metallic accents with the NEW Texture Gems. These valentines are quick and easy to create and fun to personalize!
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Hi crafty friends! It's Lisa here with you today and even though it's only January I DO believe that love is in the air so I made this "Love" tag with some non-traditional colors and other fun elements.
Here is how I made it:
1 - Cut a piece of chipboard to #10 tag size. (8 ½"L x 4 ⅛" W)
2 - Coat chipboard tag with layer of Gesso. No need to be neat.
3 - Rub Gold Champage Gelato® Double Scoop® from edge towards center using fingers.
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Hi there everyone!
I hope y'all had a very Merry Christmas. I was fortunate enough to share mine with my parents :)
Now I'm getting ready to spend New Years Eve with some friends and was wanting to do some fun party props for the photo booth. This week I'll share my resolution hats with you - these are super simple to make and you can easily do one for each guest. The topper for the hat is the blue bird of happiness and she is done using Gelatos® Double Scoop.
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Hi there everyone! Today I'm sharing with you a mixed media piece that can be done in no time. I made a bunch of these this year as Christmas gifts and I think I might keep on going to get a head start for next year ;) Here are the steps and all the details you need to make this festive piece:
I started off with a piece of wood. I sanded down the really rough edges and then used a generous amount of Gesso for my base. I cut some paper, crumpled it all in my hand and adhered it to the wood block using some Gel Medium. Then I added some Gelatos® to bring out the texture in the crumpled paper.
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Hello, everyone. Hee Sun Kim here.
Today, I want to share with you how to create melt ornaments using UTEE and Gelatos.
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In my art and in my videos i love tell a story.
This is a story of Christmas Night when children hang the stocking by the fireplace and they leave a sweet for Santa Claus.
This is the Christmas Night Santa Claus, a gift for you and i gift for me.
Merry Christmas to everyone.
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With all the pressures and deadlines of the holiday season it becomes difficult to make time for yourself and the things you enjoy. Last year I created a December art journal, which gave me a space to play with my paints, pens, and papers without any commitment, deadline, or guidelines. It was my "me-time" place and I absolutely loved it, AND... I even finished that journal! Now I'm going to start my December 2014 art journal!
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Hello friends! Linsey here and today I'm sharing 2 super easy holiday cards that I made with Gelatos® Colors and some textural accents from Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft®. 2 cards in less than 30 minutes--nice!
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Hello Everyone, Shilpa here. Today I've Mixed Media Canvas to share with you, its with traditional Gold and Red colors for Holidays.
And here is my step by step tutorial.
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