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Cogs & Keys Mixed Media Collab with Linda Simpson

My good friend Linda has sent me a collection of laser cut, wood and grunge board items to create a mixed media art project with. Linda has exactly the same starting pieces and will be creating something in her style using her bits on her channel.

Click the YouTube link below to watch how I created my art piece above using the items that Linda has sent to me.

There is also a link to Linda’s YouTube channel in the description area under my video where you can see what she created using the same starting pieces as me or you can just hop across to Linda’s blog [HERE].

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“Be Quiet” Mid Month Mini Mission: Inspiration Art Journal Page

This is my monochrome art journal page for August’s Mid Month Mini Mission: Inspiration done in my black 8×8 Dylusions creative journal. Click the YouTube image below to watch my process from start to finish.

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Mid Month Mini Mission – Art Journal Page – Power of Creation

Time to have a play in my large Dylusions art journal with July’s Mid Month Mini Mission: Inspiration word which is “Power”. Please feel free to save the graphic below and use in your own art journal or mixed media projects.

I also used a new digi download collage kit called Heavenly Creation (click below for more details on the new kit).

To watch how I created my art journal double page spread in my Dylusions Creative Journal, from start to finish, click the YouTube image below.

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Circle Art Journal Page – Beauty in Nature

Using a mellow and natural palette of colours in today’s art journal page and of course, it’s been such a long time since I created a page in my large circle art journal. Makes a nice change to work in a different size and shape format. The colours I used were Brusho pigment powders, these powders are flexible and an easy to use pigment powder and you get such glorious results from very little effort. The two focal images are public domain images from a clip art website – I’ve had them for so long I can’t remember where they are from – sorry, but to make up for it here they are for you to use if you so wish. Click to see the full-sized version, then save to your computer in the normal way.

To watch how I created my art journal page from start to finish, please click the YouTube link below to watch in real time, only the boring drying time taken out!