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Monthly Archives: September 2015

Playing with stencils and paints.

    Hi, it’s Mirella here.         I’m here with you again with my next project. This time I didn’t try to make anything important. I was just playing with paints, stamps and wonderful new IndigoBlu stencils. I wanted to make an ATC for my atc-group swap. Finally, trying new stencil with different paints was so fun … Continue reading

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You’re Bloomin’ Great Card

Hello everyone and welcome! Ksenija here today, and I am sharing a card featuring Floral Vignettes released recently.   Floral Vignettes is exceptionally beautiful Mixed Media card stack with luscious botanical designs that couple successfully with many of IndigoBlu red rubber stamps. For my card I selected You’re Bloomin’ Great stamp set.     I started with creating a panel … Continue reading

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Altered for my bookshelf

Hi! This is Baerbel again, and today I want to show you a project I had in my workshop for quite a while. I started it a year ago and it is still a work in progress. I noticed that mixed media offers me a unique kind of activity that has no end, no final result. Every step of the artwork … Continue reading

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Mixed Media Layout

Hello everyone! It is Solange Marques here and I am so happy today to share with you my mixed media layout.   I am in love with flowers and butterflies and the new IndigoBlu Floral Vignettes Mixed Media Paper Pad 12×12  are simply amazing!  I love blend my photos on the background; this is one of my favourite techniques and … Continue reading

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Floral Mixed media fun with Beck BT

Hi Everyone it’s Beck Beattie here again and I’m excited to share with you my latest Indigoblu card. I really went to town teaming up the beautiful florals and divine paints to create this card full of interest texture and detail. I was really inspired by the colours in the card and wanted to use them to create beautiful texture and … Continue reading

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Four Mixed Media Compositions

  Hello everyone! Today it’s me, Nicoletta, here with four Mixed Media Compositions.   In this project I used with extreme pleasure the new IndigoBlu Paper Pad 6×6Floral Vignettes  and  the new IndigoBlu Stencil Texture 6×6.   The papers have got an adorable floral motif and the stencil is made to give a very great mixed media texture, and I love them!     For this project I used … Continue reading

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Paint, Fussy Cutting and My Girl

Hello everyone, So happy to be here with a painted and fussy cut layout of my now Senior Girl.  These photos were from a fun trip to Canada to teach in an exceptional store called Scrap Addicts.  What an incredible trip, hosts and experience for my daughter and I.  I wanted to capture the fun we had.  The Indigoblu Floral … Continue reading

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Rustic card

  Hello it’s Jackie here today with a rustic card for you.   I started this card by mixing gel medium with Townhouse Teal acrylic paint.       Once mixed together with a pallet knife, I then pulled it through the new IndigoBlu Texture Stencil, the part with the squares on. I did this several times over my card … Continue reading

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Iris Canvas

Hi everyone and welcome. It’s Jenny here with my floral project for this month; you will have noticed by now that the Design Team are focusing on using the new Floral Vignettes Mixed Media Paper stacks. Created especially for IndigoBlu, they are designed to take all sorts of abuse from paint, paste, inks and water, and they have a distinctly … Continue reading

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Floral binder

Hello everyone! Monika here.   Today I want to show you a mixed media binder. This time I used IndigoBlu Floral Vignettes A6 which they are so beautiful, I would like to just look at them, not cut them up.   First, I painted the background with Geesso Good, then I put some media and stamps to create a texture. I used my … Continue reading

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