Heena here, I m truly honoured and delighted to be guest designing for Expressions craft this month. Today I’m sharing the first project that I created for my guest post that is a mixed media canvas using amazing supplies from Immix.
Heena here, today I have a Mixed Media layout to share with you all using the Ephemera paper collection. This is another paper pack from an older release and is so gorgeous and extravagant with beautiful romantic and sophisticated patterns. For today’s post, I have created a heart-shaped layout.
Heena here, Today I’m sharing the Mixed media canvas That I guest designed for Mudra.
I had created this during the floral and textures challenge, Adding textures Is my favourite thing to do and I have added a lot of textures in this project and the challenge theme floral and textures completely goes with my style of crafting. And need I say how much I love the Mudra chipzeb chippis, the designs are amazing and the quality is top notch.Continue reading →
Today I have two altered desk organizers to share, I have used one of the designs from the newly launched MDF desk organizers from Papericious to create these personalized office desk accessory. Papericious has launched more shapes and sizes in desk organizers so definitely check that out…
Heena here, Today I have two amazing projects to share featuring the new launches from Papericious. Check out the April release if you haven’t already, Papericious has launched some amazing mdf desk organizers, two new beautiful paper packs and the most awaited white chippies.
Heena here Today I’m back with another dark very ”vintage” Mixed media canvas that I created for the Mixed media place February Moodboard Challenge. I am really enjoying creating all these mixed media projects lately! I am reliving my childhood passion for painting through mixed media and the Finnabair art alchemy metallic waxes are so addictive!
Heena here today I have a mixed media canvas to share which is inspired by Finnabair’s Art celebration Altered Paintbrush canvas. I have seen so many mix media artists altering the paintbrush and outcome is just so beautiful and so I wanted to try out something similar myself and here is what I came up with…
A few days ago I shared the picture of these giant lilies on Instagram which I made back when I used to enjoy Punch crafting, Punch craft is a little out of fashion now but I really wanted to make something with these flowers because they are just so beautiful! So I made this Shabby chic layout featuring these Giant lilies…
I hope you liked my creation and I inspired you in some way, Thank you for stopping by…
Prima Finnabair flourish stencil
Prima Finnabair mega art stones
Prima Finnabair mini art stones
Prima art alchemy paint – Vintage rose
Finnabair art extravagance white sand texture paste
I’m super excited to share my Project that I created for the Third issue of the Indian Premier Craft Magazine Our Idea Book. Dr Neha Sanwalka the editor of the Idea Book invited me to contribute to the third issue of the magazine, I was super excited for this one and it was very difficult for me to resist sharing this.
This is a mixed media canvas, I have shared a full step by step Pictorial tutorial with the list of materials used. SpecialThanks to Dr Neha Sanwalka, editor Our Idea Book for this wonderful opportunity!
Today I have some inspiration to share using the rose quartz collection from Prima. I personally really like this paper collection from prima the papers have beautiful patterns and I absolutely love the colour palette of pink, black and grey. The papers are great for making scrapbook and mix media layouts, I have made a shabby chic card which looks very “mix media like” and covered everything in tons of glitter.
The total card measures 6″ by 6″. I have ripped and torn the edges of my pattern papers and inked them black archival and layered them on my card base. I used the old script stamp from mudra and stamped the pattern papers randomly.
I have used a combination of my handmade flowers and prima flowers from the rose quartz collection, I have covered the flowers with crystal clear glitter and added the frosting powder on the edges. I have fussy cut the feathers from a pattern paper from the same paper pad and added crystal clear glitter on them from papericious. I stamped and fussy cut some tiny flowers from the botanical blooms stamp set from mudra and stuck them to fill any gaps. The small resin frame was primed with white gesso and highlighted very lightly with prima art alchemy wax in white gold. Lastly, I added some spritz of white gesso.
Other materials used are: fake white grass, white fabric lace, die cut leaves, wire pollens, foam tape, black archival ink pad.
Hope you liked my creation, Thank You for stopping by!