Time for a new random letter Mid Month Mini Mission: Inspiration on our Monthly art challenge Facebook group. The Randomiser has chosen the letter “T” for June..so off we go.
Once again I’m working in my Mid Month Mini Tag Journal and have chose to use the words Triangular and Traffic as my two words for inspiration but don’t forget you can choose any “T” word if none of the selection above float your boat! If you’d like to join in with our monthly art & mixed media challenges, click the Facebook link below
Click below to watch my entire creation process from start to finish!
Besides having huge technical issues with my video camera I still managed to complete the full project of creating a mixed media collage art tag for May 2020’s Mid Month Mini Mission: Inspiration. You can see the collection of words for Mays Mini below.
Don’t forget if you’d like to join us in our months art challenges, simply click the Facebook link below!
Our first Mid Month Mini Mission: Inspiration for 2020 and again we are kicking off 2020 with a new style and format. This year I’ll be making art tags for the Mini Missions using our new fantabulous Randomiser machine created by the very lovely and talented Steampunk inventor and modern day marvel Nicodemus Dandelion aka Ian!
It’s time for our Mid Month Mini Mission: Inspiration song lyric prompt for August and this month it has been taken from the 1967/67 song called “Flowers in the Rain” by The Move. Please feel free to use the Mission graphic below in any of your social or YouTube video posts! Grab it in the usual way!
I decided to use some Brusho pigment powders and a couple of TCW stencils, plus some stamps by IndigoBlu for my art journal page for the month. To watch how I created my page from start to finish, click the YouTube link below!
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