Wednesday 6 April 2016

DAY #3 - Mixed Media Card Week

Hello!  This week I share with you a series of inky mixed media cards I've been making!

Each day I'll highlight one card and talk you through the supplies and techniques I've used.

Welcome to Day #3

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Summary Process

Yet again I used the "Wrinkle-Free Distress" techniques by Tim Holtz for the background.

I used many of the same techniques for most of the cards in this series so check out my other posts for anything I haven't mentioned here!

The "LOVE" and arrows came from a stencil by That Craft Place and were applied in Archival Ink.

I died cotton bias binding with Distress Inks and finished the card with a stamped mandala.
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I used the following materials:
A6 Card Blank
Winsor & Newton Smooth Surface Cartridge Paper (220gsm)
Black Cardstock

Distress Inks (Pumice Stone, Barn Door)
Archival Ink (Jet Black)
Ranger's Perfect Medium
Gold Embossing Powder
Posca Paint Marker (White)

Red rubber stamp by Neil Walker
Clear Mandala stamp - Unknown brand

White Cotton Bias Binding
Tiny Gold Gem
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Thank you as always for popping by, come back tomorrow when I'll share another of my mixed media cards with you!


  1. Great Mixed Media card, Love the background.

    Hugs Erin xx


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