Mixed Media Canvas Ustream Live Class with Phyllis

Hey Crafty Friends Phyllis here to share my Mixed Media Canvas pictures and also inform  you  I will be Hosting a Ustream Live Free Class recreating my Mixed media canvas using lots of YUMMY Art Anthology products!

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I hope you will join me while I recreate this Mixed Media Canvas!

This class is FREE!!!

This Thursday October 27th @2:00PST 5:00EST

Here is the link to the event:


Art Anthology Product list:



Burlap, Lace, and Dragonflies By Jenn


Hello there! Jenn here to share my burlap panel made with the beautiful colors of Art Anthology inks and sprays today!


Here are a few closer pics to see the detail and the beautiful pearl effect you get from Art Anthology Minx Immaculate and golddust!!



I love the burlap panel used as a base for this project. It takes very well to all mediums and was actually quite simple to create on!

Check out How to Create a Beautiful Burlap Panel by Art Anthology on Snapguide.
Be sure to head over to the Art Anthology site to purchase these beautiful products and many others for yourself!


For more details on this project and more of my art, please take a look at my blog! There is a link to a tutorial on Snapguide at the bottom as well.

I used the following Art Anthology products:




Time flies mini canvas with Irit

Hello my dear crafty friends ! Irit is here again and this time I made a mini card size canvas with some gorgeous Art Anthology products.

This project was made because of a stencil. When I see Time Flies words I make a Mixed Media project that is all about time using clocks and gears and things that are connected to a time issue. But then working on 7*5” canvas doesn’t leave you a lot of space to add many things over. So I just add mediums and textures and Art Anthology products are just perfect for this matter.

Here how the finished project looks:


And as few close- ups to show the texture and the painted parts:



I made a full Snapguide tutorial for you to see all steps of this project and I hope that I inspired you a bit with it.

Here is a link to a full Snapguide tutorial:

Check out How to Make Mini Altered Canvas by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

And here is a link to a full product list that can be find in Art Anthology shop:


Thank you so much for stopping by today and hope to see you here  enjoying my next posts too!

I hope that I have inspired  you to create something  new.

For more inspiration make sure you are following us on Pinterest  ,You Tube, and also join our Facebook Group Art Anthology Adventures in Art!

See you soon again!





Creepy Canvas Time with Toni

Happy October everyone, it’s that time of year that we can have fun with all things creepy. So today I’m here to share a reversed canvas that I can add to my Halloween decor in my house.  All Art Anthology products used are listed at the end of this post. halloween4

I took a 8″ x 10″ canvas and worked on the back side which provided me a niche to add my altered bottles and embellishments. halloween3

The outside of the canvas was textured using cheesecloth, AA Mud and assorted AA paints. The bottles were altered with a crackle effect using Rock Candy Crackle Paint and then applying AA’s Minx inks in assorted colors. halloween

This was a fun project to create and now I have a one of a kind holiday decoration  just waiting to scare my trick or treaters with. Wishing you a BOOOOO-tiful Halloween. The inspiration for my colors was inspired by our gorgeous mood board below. Get out your Art Anthology products and create with us using these inspiring colors below and post your projects on our Facebook event page hereoctober-mood-board

For your viewing I have included a Snapguide tutorial below with step x step process of this project.

Check out How to Create a Creepy Canvas by Art Anthology on Snapguide.


Art Anthology Adventure in Arts Facebook Group Color Challenge


Art Anthology Adventure in Arts Group on Facebook is having a Color Challenge! 

Use the moodboard for inspiration and create any project using Art Anthology products!

We can’t wait to see what you create!

Here is the link to the event:


Happy Creating!!!

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Mixed media journal cover

Hello AA lovers !

Valerie again with a new mixed media project ! I altered an odd journal to create a giftable journal…

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This journal had a black cover with a silver bunny head on it, so I just applied gesso all over it, back and front, to start working on it. Some Waimea Bay spray for the background, stencil with Metallic gold effects paint and Brick stone effects paint to add dimension, plus some stamping, and the book was ready to be embellished…


Few flowers, microbeads and thread and a stamped title painted with Aloha and Desire Velvet paints… You will find the list of Art Anthology products I used at the bottom of this post.


You can watch the complete video tutorial on Art Anthology You Tube channel :

Thank you for stopping by today on our blog. I hope this project will inspire you to upcycling your old journal… Don’t forget to check Art Anthology You Tube channel, Facebook page and Pinterest account for more inspiration !


Make a perfect moment art page with Irit

Hello my dear crafty friends!

My name is  Irit Shalom and this is my very first post made for Art Anthology company as their new Design Team member.

Making art pages with my dirty fingers just makes me happy. So to show how happy I am to be here I made an art page and yes, I still have very dirty fingers two days after I made this project.

I like my art pages flat and without a lot of add- ons. So all I used on this flat page are Art Anthology products, some stamps, black permanent ink, white and black pens and white recycled tissue paper. And yes, some Gel Medium as  glue and this is usually the only adhesive I use when I craft.

So here is a finished page for you to see:


And here are some close-ups too. I have a full step by step tutorial made for you with the Snapguide and you will see how I made all those textures over this page.

Here is my step by step tutorial for you…

Check out How to Make Scenic Art Page by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

By the way, it meant to be a dark, grungy, Steampunk page when I made a few first steps. But as I was not familiar with the paints  I changed the colors several times and finally it became this scenic, pretty much bright piece of art.

Just to say: making Mixed Media art is a way of not knowing where your work will take you at the end. This piece is exactly what I mean by going from Plan A to plan Z and still getting a nice piece of art at the end.


And a couple more of close- ups:



What to make a similar page with similar Art Anthology products?

Here is my step by step tutorial for you:

And  here is a list of products from Art Anthology shop that I used to make this project:

Thank you so much for stopping by today and hope to see you here  enjoying my next posts too!

I hope that I have inspired  you to create something  new.

For more inspiration make sure you are following us on Pinterest  ,You Tube, and also join our Facebook Group Art Anthology Adventures in Art!

See you soon again!







Mixed Media Canvases


Hello Crafty Friends!  Phyllis here today to share my latest DT project for Art Anthology using yummy Sorbets,  Velvet,  Colorations and Stencils!

I decided to decorate a couple canvases,  these are 5×7,  these are perfect for a quick project!

I also have a YouTube Step by step tutorial,   stop on over and see how I created with Art Anthology’s amazing products!



Art Anthology’s Sorbets and Velvets are so full of yummy texture,  I love creating with the product! dsc01570 dsc01572

Here is a close up of Art Anthology’s Sorbet Honolulu Blue,  it has shine,  glitter and awesome texture!




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Start to finish YouTube video link:


Here are the  Art Anthology Products I used to create the Mixed Media Canvases!



Halloween is in the air!


Brandy here to share a Halloween project I made.  It’s an altered clipboard, and it’s just as cute as it is spooky!
I’m in love with these fall colors!


The texture of the Stone Effects paint on the gravestone is amazing. 🙂

Head on over to see the tutorial I made for this project!
Check out How to Create a Halloween Picture Holder by Art Anthology on Snapguide.


Thanks for stopping by and Happy Crafting!!!


Here are the products used in the project!!