Inspired by autumn and the colors of nature, Carissa Zglobicki shares a creative art journal page featuring Dina Wakley MEdia products. In this technique packed tutorial, Carissa shares new and exciting ways to use your Dina Wakley MEdia products to create layers of texture and interest.
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Debby Hughes combines products from Wendy Vecchi MAKE Art, Dina Wakley MEdia and Ranger to create a delightful all-occasion greeting card. Follow along and learn how to watercolor with Dye Inks as well as how to add interest and texture with Texture Paste and Perfect Pearls!
Carisa Zglobicki shares how she creates this mixed media art journal page using Dina Wakley Media Products. Follow along, as Carisa encourages you to flip through, cut out, and collage pieces of the Dina Wakley Media Collage Collective into your work!
Cheiron Brandon shares how she creates this muted palette art journal page using Dina Wakley Media Acrylic Paints and Scribble Sticks in the 6" x 6" Watercolor Journal.
Carisa Zglobicki shares how she uses Dina Wakley Scribble Sticks in the Dina Wakley 6 x 6" White Journal to create a beautiful watercolor background embracing white space, stamping and collage to complete an art journal page.
Hi everyone! Carisa here with you today and I’m so excited to be back as a guest artist on the Ranger Ink Blog with you today! This page took quite a few twists and turns on its way to completion. Even though most of the background gets covered in the end, it all had to happen for me to arrive at a point where I felt like it was finished. I love that about art journaling – there are no mistakes in mixed media, I promise. I hope you will enjoy the tutorial.
Hi crafty friends, it’s Cheiron here today with a post using one of my favorite mediums, Dina Wakley Media Paint. I have always loved the resources on the Ranger website, especially the Dina Wakley Media Mixing Chart. I love Dina’s Paints and also love any opportunity to stretch the supplies I already have. For today’s project, I am going to mix up some of the colors on this chart to use in my journal page.
Hi everyone! Carisa here with you today and I’m so excited to be back as a guest artist on the Ranger Ink Blog! As soon as I saw Dina Wakley’s latest releaes of Collage papers, I had an idea in mind for the faces on the burlap pages of her journal. I love that the collage papers now come in black and white. Once I chose one of the faces to use on my journal page, I decided to use the white one because my plan was to use it as a guide to create my own version. I find these are great for putting aside my fear of creating faces because I am able to use them as a starting point but with the white printing you can really make your own mark on them. I hope it inspires you as well today!
Hi there crafty friends! Today I am sharing a fun colorful card using new Dina Wakley stamps and an alcohol ink background created with stencils and alcohol lift ink reinker. I love the effect of this, and think it’s the perfect pop for the black and white collage paper and black stamped images I used.
I’ve been experimenting with my Gel Plates for quite sometime and I wanted to dive into using Alcohol Inks in my pulls. There’s magic in bringing out a stamp when you print as well as seeing how a stencil transforms your work. Dina’s stencil and masks are great for this!
Hi everyone! Carisa here with you today and I’m so excited to be back on the Ranger blog sharing some art journaling I’ve done with Dina Wakley Media supplies! Today I’m sharing some freestyle play I had in my Dina Wakley Media Journal. I get a lot of questions about what to create on the burlap pages of this art journal so I thought I would work on that today.
It’s time to pull out that box of random tidbits, ribbons, and papers (you know the one!) because we’re making mixed media flags. I’m going to show you how I created these chunky flags using up some of my old supplies, along with many of Ranger’s goodies.
I am an avid art journaler. Expressing myself through art has been instrumental in my own personal growth over the years. I enjoy sharing my art via social media, but I don’t necessarily always want to share my private thoughts. Tip Ins are a great way to share your art while keeping your journaling private.