Archives For Mixed Media

I recently shared my first experiments with Artist Trading Coins.

Todays post revisits that concept and shares a different design.

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At My Happiest

February 26, 2019 — 17 Comments

It’s been a while, but I can confidently say that I am at my happiest in a long LONG time. In addition, I am never happier than when I am making and creating, which is more often these days – perhaps a link there?

Anyway, it was this ethos that went into this artist trading card.

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For a while now I have been mulling over some ideas to make stuff with greyboard – aka construction board/chipboard.

So, after twenty-five 12″ sheets got thumped onto my doormat the other week, I thought I’d best put some of those ideas to use…

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Well, I have been keeping a secret for a while, and, as news is starting to spread amongst the trade routes already I thought it would be nice to give you a heads up too.

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Hallo, all. A thought occurred to me the other day that I have gathered a fair few newbies over the last few years that may have missed out on some of the stuff in the archives.

So, as the exciting month of March rapidly approaches time will be limited for me to create new content so I thought that it was a serendipitous opportunity via which I could dive into the archives to share some older, but still very popular, videos and tutorials.

Just before I do though, I have one technique that I would like to share with you and it’s double trouble as it CAN be done on the Scan N Cut, but, I will be asking you the question, should it … ?

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How to sum up some of my favourite things in a space 2.5 inches by 3.5 inches … ?

That was the challenge for this mini mixed media creation. Read on to see how I got on, and what was included.

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Forever In My Heart

February 3, 2019 — 11 Comments

You, yes you. You are forever in my heart. You’ve been with me as I’ve gone through good times and more difficult times. I really appreciate it, but I am not sure that I say it enough.

Anyhoo, that was the thought behind this make.

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