Friday, 29 January 2016

Two Paper Divas~ A Little Mixed Media and some Watercoloring

Happy Friday Crafty Friends, I'm back to share with you a few makes I made for
First up is a Lil' Mixed Media Canvas I made using Mason Jars and some hearts from the I Chews You set. 

I used Gelatos and some mini wood chips for the background. I also added some texture with Well Rounded Stencil from TCW and Golden Molding Paste. I put some old Dictionary Paper over some Chipboard Hearts I had in my stash and used Red Gelato and White Embossing powder of them to balance the hearts in the jar. Finished with "Love" Wood sentiment from Michael's that I colored with Red Gelato.

I stamped the cute Jar Image from the Mason Jars set in Archival Black Ink. I then Stamped hearts from the I Chews You set in Magenta Archival Ink with one Red one in Stazon. I fussy cut it out and tied some twine around it with a cute lil' bow.

Here's a side view- LURVE the texture.

Now for some quick and easy fun cards using the smooshing effect and the Home Blessing  sentiment. Kristina Werner does a great tutorial here: :o)

Thank you for stopping by, I hope I've inspired you and have a fabulous and Crafty weekend! 

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Unknown said...

All great ideas and tons of fun techniques! Melissa

Sharon Smith said...

Great makes Hun, I love the hearts all over the canvas and the colors you have used on the quick cards.
You rock at Mixed Media 😘

Unknown said...

Love mixed! Love that you show the technique on cards, too! Great post!

Stacy Sheldon said...

the colors and textures of the heart filled jar are just beautiful Amy, love love that sentiment in the blue on the second one too :)

Katie Ann Brooks said...

love the mixed media approach you took, super fun!

Cindy Groh said...

I really like the mason jar and how you filled it up with hearts and then looks like Baker's twine around the neck of the jar. So cool and inspiring.