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If you’re lucky enough to be different, never change.

Hi there!

It’s been a while since I last created an art journal page for you guys so that’s what I have for you today!

For this page I created my own shimmering ink spray! I just put some Sandcastle colorations with Gold dust minx ink and Decadent minx ink in an old spray bottle and added some water. I kept adding the colors until I was happy with the result:

I created a snapguide tutorial for you guys, so you can create this page too if you like ūüėČ

Check out How to Art Journal With Dani√ęlle by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

Here are some more close up pictures:

I hope you like it!

See you next time,

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List of products I used:

Colorations: Sandcastle, Waimea Bay, Siesta Key, Peacock Feathers

Minx inks: Panache, Decadent, Gold Dust

Stone effects: Bone

Sorbet: Cayman

Velvet: Tuxedo

Stencils: Flity, Multi Damask

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A series of fun tags with Dani√ęlle

Hi there!

Dani√ęlle here with a fun series of tags for you today!

I love to use stamps in my projects and so I created a couple of tags to give to friends. I used lots of Art Anthology mediums, colorations and stencils for this project. Here is a snapguide tutorial for you, so you can create along with me:

 Check out How to Create a Series of Fun Tags by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

And here are some close ups and progress pictures of my project:

These are the supplies I used:

Colorations: Siesta key, Waimea bay, Plush, Juicy, Barbie, Glorious.

Fairy Dust: Ice

Stone effects: Lava

Sorbet: Cayman, Bella Boo

Velvet: Fiji, Boysenberry, Cotton, Dayglow yellow

Shine: Teal blue

Clear coat: Splashed

Stencils: Messy bubbles, Diamond grunge, Lattice, Borders 2, Flity, Flower Burst, Art Deco, Art Nuveau.

If you need more inspiration check out Art Anthology on Pinterest and YouTube.
Join our Facebook group Art Anthology’s Adventures in Art, where you can share your creations!

 

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Brush Bin, by Marleen.

Hello peeps,

Marleen here with a new project! I made a Brush Bin out of Leather-Paper. It’s so easy to use with the Art Anthology products and guess what… you can sew it!

I used one of my new stencils 

The stamps I used are in the same style as the stencil(also my design) witch will released next month at a Dutch company called KiCoStamps. 

Of course I made a step by step tutorial for you:
Check out How to Create This Brush Bin, by Marleen. by Art Anthology on Snapguide.
Some extra photos:

Hope you are inspired!?

If you need more inspiration check out Art Anthology on Pinterest and YouTube.
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Mixed Media Flower Canvas by Toni

Hi everyone, Toni here and I’m having so much fun with some of Art Anthology’s NEW products… Have you checked out the store… WOW so many beautiful NEW stencils and so many gorgeous NEW colors of dimensional paints.¬†I used the new Double Flower Stencil for this canvas. Prepped the canvas first with crackle medium and allowed it to dry. Then I created my flowers using a different method of appying the paint to the stencils. Instead of adding the medium and then swiping the excess, I applied the paints like frosting a cake and left it thick…. check out my video below for more details. Applying it this way provided a wonderful dimensional texture. And it’s so easy with Art Anthology’s gel based paints.¬†Once the flowers were dry, I fussy cut all of them and adhered them to the canvas and highlighted the shadow areas with Minx Shimmering Inks. Finishing off the canvas with a dry brushing of Amber Sorbet (from the rust set). Hope you give this technique a try, so much fun experimenting with mixed media. Wishing you a day filled with love & peace.

For your pleasure I have included a video to share my creative process. xoxo Toni

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Daffodil card with mediums and stencil

Hello everyone !

Here I am again with a different project, still inspired but Spring but in terms of colors this time, and by my favorite artistic movement, the Art Nouveau :

This card was first cut with an electronic machine, but dies can work too…

I use the resist technique with the Art Nouveau stencil and Glass Sorbet, as well as Glorious and Avocado (you can use Granny Smith too) Colorations sprays, on the center part of the card.

Frame, card base and stem were painted in Kelly Green Shine and Shamrock Velvet (you can use Gecko Green Velvet instead).

The flowers were painted with Canary Shine and Dayglow Yellow. The mat was in Dayglow Yellow too.

I just add a sentiment to finish my card…

As usual, here is my video tutorial to guide you to create this card :

Thank you for your time, see you next month for another project…

Have a great day !

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Colorful planner pages with Dani√ęlle

Hello!

Dani√ęlle here with a different type of project this time. I make my own planner pages and needed a dashboard for the month of March, so I took out my Art Anthology goodies and started creating!

I also created a divider to see quickly what week I’m in:

Here are some close ups of the colors and textures on these pages:

If you want to know how I created these pages you can have a look at the snapguide tutorial I created for you:

Check out How to Create Colorful Planner Pages With Dani√ęlle by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

This is the list of products I used:

Colorations: Barbie, Juicy, Timeless.

Fairy dust: Gilded gold

Shine: Azalea

Velvet: Fiesta

Sorbet: Summer yellow, Poppy, Flamingo

Stone effects: Lava

Stencils: Double flower, Flity, Messy bubbles, Borders 2

Minx inks: Enchanting

See you next time!

If you need more inspiration check out Art Anthology on Pinterest and YouTube.
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Sculpted Flowers and Altered Frame by Toni

Hi everyone, Toni here and let’s do some sculpting today with some very old flowers. I used Art Basic Sculpture Medium and soaked my flowers and allowed to dry overnight, then primed them with gesso.¬†Next I sprayed each flower with different colors of Colorations Sprays. The butterflies were die cut with grunge paper and embossed and then acetate was also die cut and painted with the some gorgeous sorbet paints for a 3D effect.¬†On the frame I used Clear Coat Glass and ran it through our stencil, dried completely then sprayed for an antique look with Colorations-Warm.¬† Fun and easy project, something a little different. Go grab some of those old flowers that you haven’t used forever and give them some new life.¬† ¬†For your pleasure I have also included a process video below of my creative process. xoxo Toni

Supplies used:

Colorations: Timeless, Glorious, Plush, Juicy, Patience, Barbie, Warm

Clear Coat-Glass

Sorbet-Bella Boo, Seaweed, Sea Serpent, Flamingo, Sunrise, Summer 

Stencil-Fleur

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This is what family looks like, by Marleen.

Hi Art Anthology Fans,

Art Anthology got NEW Colors!!
I’ve used 2 of them

Velvet: Beyond the Reef, Sorbet: Walnut. And the third color is the Colorations Sedona which we already have but matches perfectly with the Walnut.

A perfect combination to create something aged looking.

Then we also have NEW stencils!! I used this one:


*click the image to see more stencils*

So I started in my Art Journal but after finishing I saw that the video wasn’t good! ūüôĀ

So a short description of what I did:
*Add pieces of old bookpaper to the page with gelmedium.
*wash the page with a little gesso and water.
*Add with the stencil Velvet Beyond the Reef and cotton(blend together).
*After drying put the stencil in the same spot and brush over the Sorbet Walnut.
* Take of the stencil and water the Sorbet, the pigments will spread.
*Sponge down all the edges with Sedona.
*The tag is done with the same stencil and Sedona.
*Spray(everything except the photo) with Fairy Dust Gilded Gold.
*Add splashes Minx Stargazer and Decadent.
* Finish it with splashes gesso.

Some detail pics:

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10 Simple Mixed Media Background Techniques

Hi everyone, Toni here today with a design team project hoping to inspire that mixed media artist within you. I have alot of people tell me they love the look and idea of mixed media, but are just too afraid to try it. Well I’m here today to share with you some very simple techniques that can enhance your scrapbook layouts, greeting cards, art journal pages, ATC’s etc.¬† Let’s get started.¬†I decided to use Eileen Hull’s passport die for the mini album which would be perfect for a travel or vacation album.¬†The album was held together with jute which was braided and then assorted beads were added.¬†I altered this wooden box to hold the mini album in and because there are so many pages to this book I didn’t photograph them, but I’m hoping you will take a moment to view my process video below to see each technique individually and more photos of the finished pages.

Hoping you give some of these techniques a try.  I encourage you to embrace the imperfections of mixed media and just have fun ! 

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Today’s moments… by Marleen

Hello Art Anthology Fans,

Marleen here with a new project. At the photo you see my hubby’s great grandma. I love her friendly eyes.
I’m into scrapbook right now and mixing it with techniques with Art Anthology products. It’s me making a mess again in a video tutorial ūüėÄ

Some detail pictures:

Materials:
Colorations: Sedona, Raider
Sorbet: Kenyan Copper. Cayman
Minx Shimmering ink: Midnight, Panache, Radiance.
Stencils: Wheel, Inspired.
Texture set: Patina
Stone effects: Sandstone

If you need more inspiration check out Art Anthology on Pinterest and YouTube.
Join our Facebook group Art Anthology’s Adventures in Art, where you can share your creations.

Have a creative day ūüėČ

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