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More Christmas cards and Tuesday’s Tutorials

Good morning lovely mixed media friends,

I’m back to share with you more Christmas cards and Tuesday’s Tutorials where one of my projects is featured today.

A wonderful place, where you can meet fabulous artists and lots of inspiring tutorials all thanks to the lovely Marjie Kemper, one of the most talented and generous artists I met. Please do check her gorgeous website here:

Tuesday's Tutorials Weekly Mixed Media Blog Series (Marjie Kemper)

Thank you so much Marjie for the invite, I am honoured and happy to be part of your wonderful artistic world!

And here are the today’s mixed media cards:


So, I started my background on a piece of heavy weight watercolor paper that I gessoed and then applied modeling paste through a couple of stencils and Finnabair 3D gloss gel medium through another.

When everything was dry I began spraying and inking until I was happy with the result.


For this purpose I’ve used ColourArte Radiant Rain (Namorado, Autumn Leaf  Seafoam, Teal zircon and Pewter and Primary Elements in Sunset Glow, Rose Gold, Teal Zircon, Mystic Blue and Warm Gray as well as ColourArte Pure Mica Minerals in Solar Gold and Heavenly White. While I was waiting for the background to dry, I started working on the stars. All the texture you can see there it was achieved only with gesso and the heat tool. First I diecut two stars . I applied on both with a palette knife a generous amount of gesso and then I sandwich them. When I pulled them apart, all that yummy texture was there in it’s glory. :) I left them dry and I inked/sprayed them. Drying the stars I started to play with the heat gun pretty near to the surface (be careful not to burn it though) and the gesso started to bubble and here is the result.

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I glued the stars together using Finnabair soft gel medium in a Fineline applicator bottle. The rays are created with a hot glue gun. For the final touches I added some lovely Memory Box diecuts and some crystals and… Voila!


If you are interested in reading more about the supplies I have used for this project, just click on the thumbnails below and you’ll be taken directly to the Shop, so you can find out more about them.

Thank you for stopping by!

Have a wonderful day,

Much love,

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  1. love at first sight

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  2. This is so gorgeous! I am in such awe of the amazing color and technique. Thanks so much for sharing your pictures and how2. You have inspired me to play a bit 🙂

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  3. Wow, the cards are so very beautiful! The textures are wonderful, and the colors awesome. Thank you for sharing your process.

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  4. Just Brilliant! Your cards are gorgeousness Sanda and I am sure will be well received! I know I would be happy to display one among my other cards!
    hugs, Jackie xo

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