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September 1, 2015

Don't Worry - Mixed Media Card and Tutorial

Today I'm sharing a Mixed Media Card Tutorial using using the eBrush, along with products from Bella BLVD, Sharpie Markers and a Julie Nutting Doll Stamp.

Supplies: (some supplies not shown above)
eBrush with SP-01 Adapter 
Sharpie Markers - Colors of your choice, I used Pink, Yellow and Purple
Non Stick Craft Mat 
Silhouette Mat
Stamps - Prima Marketing (Julie Nutting Doll Stamp)
Ink - Ranger Black Archival, Ranger Gathered Twigs Distress Ink
Card Stock - White, Black
Other - Ink Blending Tool, White Emobssing Powder, Heat Gun, Gesso, Decou-Page
Bella BLVD - Just Add Color product line

Using scissors, cut the flowers from the Just Add Color paper collection that you would like to add color to.  Place the flowers onto a Silhouette Mat so that they don't move when you add the color.  Then using the eBrush, SP-01 Adapter and Sharpie Markers add color to the flowers.  Repeat with additional colors until you have all your flowers colored.

Using your fingers, apply Gesso to flowers to tone down the colors.  Lay onto pattern paper to find placement.

Once you are happy with placement of your flowers, adhere with Decou-Page.

Trim excess flower petals from edges, layer onto card panel, use as desired.

To finish my card, I stamped the Julie Nutting Doll image onto White card stock, then paper pieced her dress with Bella BLVD Just Add Color Daily Details pattern paper.  As you can see, I used the eBrush to add color to the pattern paper. The shoes and bow were paper pieced from the flower scraps.  The sentiments are from the Bella BLVD Just Add Color Trinkets Black and White Stickers Collection.

Thanks for stopping by!

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