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It is SUNDAY!!!!

Wishing everyone a HAPPY SUNDAY!!!

I know Jean must be happy, she is on vacation!!! She will be back with us tomorrow. 

While she is away I thought I would share a mixed media collage project that I made a while back.  If you haven't tried mixing your medias, I HIGHLY recommend it. There isn't a right or wrong way. Just create until you like it! 

There are many layers on the canvas board I created. It was a lot of fun playing with all the different products on the same board. Come on GIVE IT A TRY!

TIME TO DANCE
 One thing to remember is patience... 
let things dry between applications!!!




 Ballerina by Lost Coast Stamps on text  
VersaMark Fussy Cut then painted and inked!




Supplies:
Art Board – Prime with White Gesso
Silks – Pink Grapefruit and Key Lime
Gesso with Punchinello
Gold & Iridescent Pearl, Gray, Blue Acrylics
Gel Medium adhere Lace
Dark Brown Ink and Prussian Blue Ink
Gel Medium (Matte) – final coat
Scraps of Glitz Paper inked and adhered with Gel Medium
German Scrap
Ballerina by Lost Coast Stamps    

VersaMark
Hour Glass Stamp by AlteredPages.com
Embossing Powder
Text paper

AlteredPages images Egg, face, doll face & butterfly wings:
Vintage Eggs
My Head is Spinning
Butterflies

Comments

  1. Your mixed collage is so creative♥

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  2. Beautiful piece. Love mixed media!

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  3. Oh Lyneen! I love this mix media piece!!! Simply fun and beautiful all at the same time!!! <3

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    1. Thanks Tonya... this was really fun to create!

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  4. I love the colors and textures you buil into this piece. Very pretty.

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  5. Awesome! Love all the textures and layers and the colors ROCK!! TFS!

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  6. Thanks Barbara! you are so sweet!

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  7. What a fabulously fun piece Lyneen and I bet you have fun mixing it up to create it too! xx

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