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This is the first card I made for this challenge...used an acrylic block with an ink pad, then sprayed the acrylic block, pressed it onto watercolor paper, heat set then sprayed with silver spritzer.
Also I used Versamark on the word image then used embossing powder and heat set that...then used a sponge and ink to highlight the words...the color looks grey but it is actually the same blue as used on the acrylic block!
This is the second card I made for this challenge...completely using help from SinCityGal...thanks for all the help tonight is making these two cards! I'm not sure I'll remember the steps I took to finish these but I enjoyed the process...
Used DH's laptop to get around my computer's issues and finally got this uploaded. I used: ink, chalk ink, shimmer paint and glitter pen.Hope you can see a real picture-the thumbnail looks right, but when I open the card the photo is damaged. Take Heart
You all have been BIZZY, BIZZY, BIZZY!!! Yippee!! Love the different takes that you all had on my challenge. Thank you so much for reaching inside yourselves and trying something new (if mixed media is new to you). I know that it's not easy for everyone, but I'm SO glad that you've tried. It makes my heart so happy. ♥
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I used both Copic markers and stenciling paste and a stencil on my Mixed Up Hexagons card . I'm not sure if that is enough to "qualify" for mixed media. I've always been confused by the whole mixed media thing -- probably because I've really always done mixed media without really calling it that. I'm always combining different kinds of inks and textures on my cards.