Composi Mold and the Mixed Media with Gelatos Kit


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This week we have a product feature with ComposiMold and the Mixed Media with Gelatos Kit!  

Leave a comment here about how you plan to use both, and you'll be entered in a giveaway to win a set of the ComposiMold and the Mixed Media with Gelatos Kit.  

Don't forget to stop by tomorrow for more inspiration! 

Here are today's posts:

Rita Barakat used the ComposiMold to create a wing for her sparkly mixed media piece.  


How to use the Whipped Spackle to create embellishments (yes, this is actually possible!) 

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New Beginnings Layout by Zoey


Hello everyone! It is me again, Zoey! Missed me??

Today I want to show you a layout I made , that it is just a burst of warm colors!!
I started off by covering the middle of my base with Gesso and I let it dry.

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Accordian Art with Jen Matott


I have a little mixed media accordian book here to share with you!  It's super easy to make and would make the cutest gift for someone artsy!  Here's a peek at how I made this lovely reminder why art is awesome!

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The chalkboard calendar



Madoka here.


Today,I'd like to  share the calendar with  Chalkboard Paint.

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Felt Rainbow Wall Art


Hello everyone! I'm Smitha and I am excited to be typing up my first guest post here! 

I needed some artwork for my kids room and I chose to make this piece using felt instead of a canvas. The felt adds so much texture it is a fun twist to a simple project. 

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Beach Time with Gelatos® and Stencils


Hi friends! It's Lisa here with you with a simple and fun card for you today using Gelatos®, Textural Accents, the Gelatos® Tool Set, a large area stencil, and some fun embellishments.

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Take the Challenge with Mou, July 2014

Hi everyone, Mou here  and welcome to the seventh Take The Challenge of 2014

If you are new to this blog, let me fill you in about Take the Challenge. Every month, on the first Monday, I'll post a challenge and my take on it. You'll have 12 days to take this on. Leave a comment to the challenge post with a link to your creation based on that challenge. We will pick TWO winners from among the readers who participated in that month's challenge. And the winners will get a prize from Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft®.

This month's challenge is to create something you don't usually create. It could be style, colors, theme, products, anything you don't create often.

For me, it's Steampunk. I like the look but don't try doing it myself. Here's my take:


In my project, I used - 

Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft Gel Medium

Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft Gesso

Here are some close-ups of my page:



Instead of doing a photo tutorial, I did a video this month to show you the techniques. I hope you enjoy!


Don't forget to share your challenge creations with us... just leave a comment to the challenge post with link to your project image(s) by Friday, 7/18 and we will pick TWO winners randomly to win these.

The prizes for this challenge are: One set of Metallic PITT Artist pens 3 ct in your choice of classic or color 

Don't forget to check back on Monday, 7/21 to see if YOU won!

Good luck to all! 

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Video Tutorial: Night Sky Card


Hello Blogosphere! It's Tiffany here today with a fun Video Tutorial! I hope all of our American friends enjoyed their 4th of July weekends! We had a huge neighborhood BBQ and had a blast! This card screams summer, so I hope you enjoy the following tutorial because it's time to use those new Gelatos® Steam Punk!

Video Tutorial:



Up Close & Personal:


So, go get those Gelatos and make your own night sky creation!

Thanks for stopping by,



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PITT® Pastel Pencil Cards

Happy 4th of July! It's Teresa here, and I have some cards to share with you today that I made using PITT® Pastel Pencils. Here they are:



I was really pleased with the 'fine art' finish to these stamped images. Believe me when I say this was easy to achieve - so easy it's almost cheating! These pencils are intensely pigmented, and look just fabulous on black cardstock. Here's how I achieved the look:

 Step 1
Stamp the image using a light coloured pigment ink. 

Step 2
Choose two or three colours, keeping in mind that when they are blended they will appear a little less intense. Colour parts of the image with the darkest pencil.

Step 3
Add some lighter colour. Streaks are appropriate for this image as the shell itself has striations on it.

Step 4
Using a blending stump, blend the colours. Depending on the image, lines or small circles may work best.

Step 5
When you've blended the image to your liking, add a few highlights with the white pencil and spray with a matt fixative. The fixative will stop the pastel pencil from rubbing off.

Thanks for stopping by, and I do hope you give the PITT® Pastel Pencils a go next time you need a softly shaded image.

Products used:
PITT® Pastel Pencils
Darkroom Door stamps: Seashells, Full Bloom Vol 1
Dina Wakley stamps: Scribbly Birds
Patterned paper: KaiserCraft

4th of July Giveaway tomorrow!

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Want to win this prize pack?  Visit our Facebook page tomorrow for 

a chance to win!  


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MIX & MATCH from Faber-Castell makes designing with COLOR simple. Choose a color set that inspires you. Choose a medium. Mix & Match as you create. Color coordinated palettes give you the freedom to design your project knowing the colors & mediums will work beautifully together.

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