Don’t discard those “meh” prints! These are awesome backgrounds that you can transform into anything your heart desires. Look at what I did 🙂
Ever tried your hand at making pinwheels? It’s sure to bring out the child in you and spread good cheer in the neighborhood.
I am demystifying mixed media one project at a time and hope that the insights you glean from this post will inspire you to take the plunge.
Give yourself 10 minutes of art every day and you’ll notice the benefits of this instant therapy spilling over into other areas of your life.
It’s easy to create colorful, hand-printed votives with a gel plate, some paints and a handful of stencils. Get the kids to make some, too!
It’s fun to alter images that have been transferred using a gel plate. I especially like how you can give these characters personality!
It’s not often that I struggle in my art journal, but sometimes struggling can lead to a release of energy. Collaging did that for me today.
Three quick ways of making love notes with a gel plate for those special people in your life. Use what you have and enjoy the process!
A gratitude journal that took shape on the road with simple botanical prints and some watercolor and pencil art.
You can create different kinds of layers depending on whether you use darker colors before lighter ones and vice versa. I hope you enjoy this tutorial!