Friday, June 21, 2013

Step by Step Mixed Media Tutorial by Marilyn Rivera

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My Creative Scrapbook Design Team member Marilyn Rivera has prepared a step by step tutorial for you featuring our June Mixed Media kit!

Here's Marilyn:

"Hello My Creative Scrapbook fans!! Marilyn here to show you step by step how I made this page with the June Mixed Media kit.

Here's how I did it....

I worked with the burlap sheet, the Artisan Elements, the chipboard, key and Prima flowers which all come in the mixed media kit.

I used a corrugated for my base.

First, fray the edges of the burlap sheet, then mark with a pencil the area that you will put the element circle .

Then make an opening in the burlap and with a stencil and modeling paste make a should look like the photo.

Paint the circle

I painted with acrylic paint the stencil design, too.

Paint the corrugate and start to glue the flowers

Stamp around the circle- I used a stamp from the May Limited Edition kit.

It's time to decorate and to place the photo.

More details...

Here's the awesome Mixed Media can find it...HERE

I made this other page with this kit....

Until next time!!

Marilyn Rivera
My Creative Scrapbook Design Team member


Our Mixed Media kit can be purchased as a one month subscription while supplies last. If you'd like to have one of your own, hurry and grab one before they're gone.

It can also be purchased on a three-month subscription that will guarantee that a kit is available for you each month. You do not have to be a member to buy this kit!

Marilyn also designed with our June Limited Edition kit:

Check out her beautiful layouts!

Be sure to visit Marilyn's blog, here, for even more inspiration.
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Mycreativescrapbook said...

Fantastic work Marilyn!!!
Love your work

Helen Tilbury said...

Beautiful work Marilyn! I love your step by step!!