Hi everyone, I hope you are all having a crafty weekend. Today I'm sharing a tutorial with you that shows my step x step thinking for a mixed media card that I've made. It's important, I think to show you what works and what doesn't, and how it can be changed. Here is the end result ... I am having so much fun with the Mix a Sentiment set of words! The best part is, if you need the same words again you just stamp them again! It is so easy. Sometimes I think it is the simplest of things that makes life so much easier. Okay, grab your cuppa, and here we go ... Step 1: I love this bit, you just pop some paint onto your craft sheet and start finger painting. A layer of gesso was put onto the card first as it seems to bring out the colours in the paint a lot better. Using white acrylic paint I've added some paint through a stencil. Step 2: It seemed pretty bright to me so I decided to add some gesso to tone the colour down.
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