For many years before boarding the Mixed Media train I was a card maker. So, when it comes time to crash deep into my stash, mostly what I will find is card-making supplies.
Today I am combining techniques in Mixed Media with Card making. Through this process, I am using several tools and supplies rarely seen when art journaling or creating canvases. The end result is six beautiful cards ready to send to someone special and make their day. Hope you enjoy the video!
Shawn Petite Stencils: Background Words, Trees, In the Garden, Bicycle, wildflower & wildflower2
Canson 9×12 140lb watercolor paper, Neenah cardstock,
WeR Memory keepers glass craft mat and brad setter,
Ranger Distress Oxides, Archival Inks,
Tsukineko versafine ink, versamark ink and Glue Pad
Cosmic Shimmer Guilding flakes, EK tools powder tool,
usArtQuest PPA Matte adhesive, Aleene’s Tacky glue, double-sided adhesive,
Judikins clear and wow earthtone embossing powder, Dreamweaver embossing paste
MISTI stamping tool, Kuretake zig clean color brush pens and water brush
Stampsets: Wendy Vecchi Script, Unity Post Card, Impression Obsession Scratched, square,
Cocoa Vanilla Bohemian Dream, Jasmine Jones grow, grateful, sympathy and bicycle,
Lawn Fawn on the mend, MSE sympathy, Flora and Fauna woodland birthday,
Fiskars paper cutters, embellishments by: color theory, studio g and zing,
Martha Stewart bone folder and scoring board
Heidi Swapp reactive paint, foil and Minc Machine
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Be inspired, create and know that you are loved!
I, too, have lots of card making supplies that are mostly neglected these days. I’m feeling inspired to make some cards again! BTW, the Fiskars paper trimmer has a slot where the blade cuts that is perfect for scoring your card base – a bone folder fits in there. One less tool to drag out!
Thanks for watching Becky!