Weekly Warm-Up: Textural Mixed Media Techniques

Hi, CK peeps, I cannot tell you how cool it is to be able to hang out in your neck of the blogosphere, and share my “paperlife” with you!  My name is Amy Coon, and I am the host and creator of the creative inspiration site, The Paperlife.  We have a lot going on over there but, my goal for today is to inspire you with a fun textural technique, that will help you bring the trendy new mixed media world into your layouts.

Check out my video tutorial featuring a tip and trick for your mixed media layouts! At the end of the video there’s an introduction to my new mixed media, art journaling class that will feature similar techniques and it’s called Life Journaling.

So what did you think of that mixed media texture technique?  Pretty cool huh?  Have you been wanting to learn more about this style?  Or the fun art journals that keep popping up everywhere?

Please leave a comment on this post about your favorite technique to use, and I will give one of you a free seat in class with me.  And go ahead and sign up, if you know you want to be in class, no matter what, at the $30 introductory rate.  If you are the winner we will refund your registration.

Thanks so much, CK and everyone, for letting me hang out and share today!  Make sure you take time to make a beautiful mess of your paperlife!!!

Hugs,

Amy

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51 Responses to Weekly Warm-Up: Textural Mixed Media Techniques

  1. Lisa says:

    Love the video. Can’t wait to try it. I love painting chipboard shapes, and sanding them or inking them and spraying them with mist… Thanks for a chance to win. Now to remember to sign up for your class before the 15th.

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