Renae Davis shares how she makes abstract backgrounds using Dylusions Ink Sprays and Foam Shaving Cream! These colorful inky backgrounds are perfect for adding to your art journals and other mixed media projects.
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Join Alcohol Ink artist, Teresa Kovalak for a step-by-step Northern Lights video tutorial using Alcohol Inks on Hard-Core Art Panels. Learn simple techniques for creating stunning Alcohol Ink paintings in this easy to follow tutorial.
Teresa Kovalak shares how to recreate this Alcohol Ink landscape painting in this easy to follow, step-by-step video tutorial.
Alcohol Ink Artist, Sharen AK Harris, shares a step-by-step painting tutorial on a Tim Holtz® Alcohol Ink Hard-Core Art Panel. This versatile, lightly textured surface is the perfect substrate for Alcohol Ink. Learn easy techniques for creating beautiful landscapes.
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.
Create beautiful watercolor flower mixed media cards by following a step-by-step tutorial from Guest Designer Richele Christensen using the Tim Holtz Distress® Oxide® Sprays.
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.
Hi everyone! Carisa here with you today and I’m so excited to be back on the Ranger blog after a little break to share what I’ve been creating using the Gel Plate that was released at Creativation 2018! I’m pretty much obsessed with this new tool to create awesome backgrounds and love that you can use it on pretty much anything! To get started you’re going to need the new Gel Plate, Brayer, Marking Tools, Texture Combs, some of your favorite paint colors, stencils and stamps! When I first started working with the Gel Plate, I did the usual create a layer, add you paper and get a print then repeat on your paper until you have achieved the layered look you like. However, I recently saw someone do a one pull print and I was determined to give that technique a try which is what I’m showing you today as we create a mixed media art envelope. Today I’m using a 5×7 watercolor envelope but you can use anything for this technique!