I love not only creating CAS cards but I also love making Mixed Media Projects. When I see the masterpieces created by Mixed Media Artists, my jaw automatically drops down and I feel that 'Man! I should make something like that!' After so many trials and errors (for years I can say) finally I realized that Mixed Media is nothing but adding/incorporating different or several or various elements to your projects in a creative way. Simple, right?
I started my project by ink smooshing the background of a heavy white white card stock in Vintage Photo and Frayed Burlap Distress inks.
I torn a piece of cardboard and applied the mixture of white glue + perfect pearls + glitter + white paint over it.
Next I die-cut Graceful Angel out of white card stock and colored the dress with Festive berries and wings with Black Soot distress ink.
I added some dimension to it's wings by adding foam tape
Then I die-cut Antique Doily out of gold glitter card stock.
Before adhering all things together, I distressed the edges with a pair of scissors.
Also torn the edges and curled it with my fingers. Then I added splatters of Picket Fence Distress Paint and I let the panel dry for sometime.
Once everything was dry, I adhered all the elements together along with a sentiment strip. That's it!! I love how this project turned out. Thank you so much for visiting, have fun :)
I would like to enter this card to the following challenges.
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes, Creative Artiste Challenge 30 - "Anything Mixed Media Goes" and Mixed Media Monthly Challenge #40 - Vintage