Mixed Media Tag

Hello crafty friends,

I have made a mixed media tag and I have filmed my process. You can watch it via the link below. I had so much fun making this and can’t wait to see what you create!

Love Suzanne (suuscreative)

You Make My Heart Bloom

 Hello Crafty Friends!

Today I have created a watercolor card featuring the “From The Heart” stamp set by Little Birdie Crafts.  This set is awesome because it has both floral line art images and a few sentiments to add to your creations.  The fonts are my favorite because they have multiple font styles within the words.

Here is my card that I created using the Watercolor pan set by Little Birdie Crafts.  The wonderful selection of colors makes this set a must have for any painter!

I started with heat embossing my main image using white powder on my watercolor card stock.  Then I added a water wash to the entire thing and then proceeded to add and remove color as I heat set the panel until I had what I wanted.

I also added some highlight paint colors to the flowers in the image.  I wanted a very imperfect look so I didn’t spend a lot of time fussing with it.

I stamped my greeting and cut it out using the ‘Tags’ thin cut dies from Little Birdie.  For added contrast, I swiped a little paint over the tag because I didn’t care for it to be all white.  Then I used a dark Copic marker to add color to the edge of the tag so it wouldn’t get lost on the card front against the painted background.

Once everything was all glued down, I added some Pearl Drops in Dew Drop to the flowers I had colored.  I also added some Pearl Drops in Lemon Pearl to the finished card to draw your eye to my sentiment.

I hope you enjoyed my creation and that I have inspired you to have a play with watercolors today!

See you soon!


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Two Mixed Media Cards

Hi everybody,

This time I made a tutorial for two mixed media cards.

This is my last tutorial for this AMAZING DT team, and I’m gratrful for the opportunity I was given to be on this team!

I hope you all enjoyed my tutorials, and you are welcome to continue following my YouTube channel and my Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/shugiart and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/avishag_live_to_create/.

Here is the link to my You Tube channel:



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