Tuesday, 27 September 2022

Shine Brightly Art Journal I Mixed Media I Aditi Mahajan

Hello everyone,

Aditi here and I'm happy to be joining the WOW Creative Team. I'm looking forward to sharing mixed media projects and inspiration with you'll.

Today, I'm sharing an art journal page I created in my round journal. This is a very different journaling format, and fun to explore. 

I have a a process reel for this page. Watch it on Instagram here.  

Here's a look at the page:



All my texture on this page has been created using embossing powders and stamps. 


Using Trios always helps when in doubt of a colour palette. It helps work with three colours as a set, creating the desired compliments/contrast on the project. 



With this page, I'm showing you 1-2 stamps and a set of WOW Trios is all you need to create an art journal, and feel relaxed at the same time. 


I hope you've enjoyed this quick journal page! Thank you so much for stopping by!

For more inspiration follow me on Instagram- www.instagram.com/addi.mahajan/

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Sunday, 25 September 2022

SPOTTED | These Creations Caught Our Eye This Week!

Hey Crafty People!

Today we are sharing some of the gorgeous creations which caught our eye this week! 😍💖





This gorgeous mixed media piece by @trance_mixmediart is serving us a green/gold combination that is just making us SO HAPPY right now!



These beautiful creations from @lasgalletasdetriki show off the beauty of our marbling powders so perfectly!






This beautiful Christmas/Holidays card from @ggnursecreations has such a pretty colour palette and the sparkle from our Embossing Glitter was the perfect choice! 😍






@melanieberiault has been experimenting with the joys of the Emboss Resist technique and the result is nothing short of spectacular!








We don't know about you, but we sure are thankful for this STUNNER from @crea_tivna 😍 (Plus there are another three, gorgeous cards on their post too...be sure to check them all out!)




Absolutely GORGEOUS tag/bookmark from @and_art.nl We are loving the dramatic background with that gorgeous image embossed onto it! 💖


Don't forget to tag us in your creations, use #wowembossing and/or #wowembossingpowder and your design could be the next one that we SPOT! 🔍

You can also post to our WOW Embossing Powder Fans Group over on Facebook! 🤩

Happy Embossing! 🥳

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Saturday, 24 September 2022

Mixed media teapots by Madhurima

Hello hello everyone,

This is Madhurima here and I am super excited to be a part of the WOW embossing team as a guest designer for the months of September and October. As I am an avid tea lover so I thought of celebrating my joy with you all by making cute little mdf teapots in mixed media style. Here is the picture of the project that I will be showing you step by step.




Now lets dive into the procedure. I am afraid its going to be a tad bit long but I promise you that its gonna be fun. So, grab your tea or coffee ( whichever you prefer) and lets begin.

Step 1: Prepping the base

First and foremost, I will be prepping two mdf teapot shaped panel with a couple of coated of which gesso followed by a very loose coat of the dusty pink impasto paint.


Next up I will be adhering two pattern paper from the Mintay "Graceful" collection over the mdf cutouts.

Step 2: Adding interest to the background

After that, to add interest to the background firstly I have added a bit of stamping with a text stamp from Entomology stamp set from Tim holtz and shadow grey archival ink.


Next to mimic the polka dot pattern running in the background, I have used the lotsadots stencil from WOW Embossing and with a texture paste have applied on top of the teapots.



While the texture paste was still wet I had sprinkled the Halo WOW embossing powder and have heat set it.


Next I have used my Lindys starburst sprays to add some amount of color to the background.


Step 3: Prepping the die-cuts

To build the main composition I have used quite a few die-cut elements all of which are from Fantasy dies and have used distress oxide inks to color them.



To add more bling to the die-cuts I have used a few of the WOW embossing powders in the variant blushed and lime crush



Apart from the foliage die-cuts I had decided to keep a few of the other diecuts in white so have embossed them with the Opaque white embossing powder followed by the Halo embossing powder to add that beautiful shimmery effect.


Step 4: Building the composition

Once all the embellishments were ready I have arranged them in layers by adding pieces of cheesecloth, flowers, fussing cut elements and the ofcourse the die-cut elements to make a cute composition each on both the teapots.


As I have made the two teapots in different colors i.e., one pink and the other one purple so accordingly, I have used darker shades of pink and purple to add shadows to the composition. 


And in the end I have used a few mini art stones and glitters to finish off the project. Here are the close ups of the teapots. 





I do hope that you all enjoyed my project today. See you all soon with yet another fun mixed media project. Till then bye bye and take care.


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Shine Brightly Art Journal I Mixed Media I Aditi Mahajan

Hello everyone, Aditi here and I'm happy to be joining the WOW Creative Team. I'm looking forward to sharing mixed media projects an...