Friday, November 26, 2010
Monday, November 15, 2010
Friday, November 12, 2010
… can be found in our Ephemera kits ~ now with updated descriptions. We wanted to let you know WHY these pieces have come together.Still at the same great value and it INCLUDES postage to anywhere in the world - you've gotta love that!The complete instructions to make the cute purple canvas are on the Mixed media art website. With the holiday season approaching, we will be removing these kits for sale from Dec 9th, so we can make sure you receive your kits before Christmas and there won't be any disappointment while we are on vacation over the holiday period! Hope you find some time to create today!
Michelle and the Mixed Media Arts team
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
Mixed Media Art Journals give you permission to create and reflect by combining the timeless art of writing down your thoughts with the fun and messiness of the mixed media art genre.
From my research and travels of the internet there seems to be three different approaches:
1. Prepare a layout, then write
2. Write then decorate
3. Write then incorporate into the layout
Friday, November 5, 2010
Christine Adolph has an amazing range of products and after attending a recent quilting festival, commented on her blog that it was:
filled with mixed media and surface design classes. This shows that this trend is viable... Seeing the popularity of this art form through publications such as Cloth Paper Scissors and Somerset Studio shows that mixed media is here to stay!
And that can only mean good things for product development and supporting new talent across a range of mixed media styles. The two gorgeous mixed media collages created by Christine can be seen on her blog.Happy creating,
Mixed Media Art team
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
Kristen Robinson has made a video, showing us this advanced mixed media art technique, on how to add texture to resin:
Adding texture to ICE Resin® is one of my favorite ways to alter the glass like surface. A wee bee of divots strategically placed as well as a dollop of paint and viola a new look is created.
The video shows each step needed to complete this technique!Happy creating,
Mixed Media Art team