Thursday, March 19, 2015

a peek inside my art journal and a GIVEAWAY!



My latest class Art Journal Delight has started and today I am giving away TEN FREE SPOTS! My classes are all self paced and have unlimited access so you can jump in at any time.

To enter to win-

Leave me a comment: tell me your most favorite mixed media technique (if you have one!)

I will randomly select 10 winners and will updated this post with the winners on Sunday!


WINNER UPATE!
Send me an email at alisaburke@gmail.com to get access to the class!






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Kristin said...

Mono printing! Love the unique beauty that comes from each one. Learned that in your class. Love it!

Vee said...

Watercolor and pen/ink is my favorite!

lisa b. said...

Working on changing up my hand lettering so anything that involves pen and ink. Along with paper, acrylic, watercolor, glue, markers, crayons, fabric....

big mamabird said...

Doodling is a favorite of mine, which is why L do so love to see your pages..heehee! Cheers from still snowy and frozen Vermont...Carroll

Judith Westerfield said...

Making water color blobs and making them into creatures and critters using markers, pencils and collage - that's my favorite because it's fun.

Anonymous said...

I love using gelli prints in my mixed media paintings and I like to add unexpected things into the base layer... Smiles, Ruth

Karla L said...

My favorite right now is using collage papers to create a textured background on upcycled cardboard substrates!

big mamabird said...

Well that isn't a mixed media on it's own, the doodling, nut I often combine it with watercolors inks and acrylics, and the day some collage element doesn't find it's way into a project is pretty rare...

Abby Schukei said...

I've been super into monoprinting with gelli plates, oil paints, and ink!

Michelle Reuss-Remy said...

Right now, I am head over heels for colored pencil on gouache! Your new class looks fabulous as usual! Keeping my fingers crossed!

cindy carpenter said...

laying tissue paper, jute, coffee filters etc. on top of my watercolor, letting it dry, then 'finding' images and working with them

SisterCraft (Наталия Балабанчук) said...

I like adding texture pastes))

Sangita Pillai said...

I love combining my doodles with colour and collage giving a multi-layered effect. Love your work, Alisa and thanks for this opportunity. :)

Anonymous said...

Stencils and texture paste ☺
Cindy B
camogirl59@yahoo.com

Jen Letts said...

I love textured abstracts with lots of layers. Currently, I'm adding in bits of mulberry paper I've torn and just loving the effect.
You're an inspiration, Alisa!

Jen Letts said...

I love textured abstracts with lots of layers. Currently, I'm adding in bits of mulberry paper I've torn and just loving the effect.
You're an inspiration, Alisa!

Lisa said...

acrylic with bits of tree pollen and and other plant debris that falls into my work! We recently moved from frozen Chicago to sunny California. I paint outside a LOT now, and "organic matter" seems to always find its way into my project. It is a VERY welcome addition!

Jessie Price said...

I love using watercolors and my micron pens to doodle butterflies, leaves, and flowers. This spring season and warm Cali weather if bringing me so much inspiration!

jabbott said...

News print and fabric

Rusty Bucket Designs said...

Texture with paper, fabric, stitching, wire...thanks for the chance to win!

Maria Ontiveros said...

I love using collage sheets that I make with my photographs.
Thanks for the chance to win.
Maria (Rinda)

Kristin said...

My favorite mixed media technique (currently) is collaging and painting on that. There is just something about the subtle peak of designs that shows through the paint and ink :)
Thank you for this opportunity to win a spot!

Cynthia said...

Magazine transfers and painting with acrylics on top of it, then adding details with gellis :)

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Jodi said...

Don't have one yet. Just recently started experimenting with watercolors with my 18-month old with the intention of making an art journal (inspired by your recent post of course!)!

Sue @ A Colourful Canvas said...

Gosh, favourite mixed media technique. I guess it would have to be watercolour combined with pen and ink. But! That's only because I know it....I'm always looking for new ways to experiment artistically, and you provide that opportunity. Thanks for hosting such a generous give-away!

NanW said...

Right now I'm loving stencils and texture pastes. I love adding texture to my art journal pages.

Holly said...

I have been enjoying LARGE recycled cardboard discs and squares using india ink, acrylic and just about everything else - from life size cows a la Pippi Longstockings to crazy collaborations!

Tracy said...

Thanks for the chance to win! I've discovered your blog through recommendations on Balzer Designs. My favourite technique (at the moment!) is using foreign language book pages as collage elements in the early layers of journal pages, especially those with Asian texts.

Suman Pandit said...

love to use stencils with texture paste and bits of fabric on my Mixed media, Ink drips are also a favourite, hope to win a spot !!

Becky said...

I just discovered art tissue and I am in love! I feel like a 1st grader again... <3

Nupur said...

paint drips if that's a mixed media technique otherwise lots of scribbling

Sue Rostron said...

Loving learning to make and use stencils from recycled bits and pieces

Jorin said...

I would love to win a spot, thanks for the chance to win. Ilike to play with stencils, acrylic inks and acrylic markers. And I'm totally in love with old maps, I use them in bits and pieces in most of my pages.
Jorin

Melody said...

I like crayon resists. I love that effect.

Anoeska said...

Ooh I would love to win.... My favorite mixed media technique... Hmmm... Difficult. I think maybe working with watercolor pencils in wet paint and using fabric in my paintings.

Françoise said...

I love hand-made stencils and silkscreens.

Diana Sh P said...

Hi Alisa! Your art journals are amazing.
I love so much to work with polymer clay, pens and markers. Also I use watercolors, acrylic paint and inks.

Roosnans said...

Printing my own handcut lino's

FarStarr said...

I love the layering of paint, paper, ink, spray, more paint, more paper...etc etc.. :P
Thanks for the chance to win.

Iara said...

I am new to art journaling / mixed media, but my favorite is to make collages with little pieces of patterned paper. thank you so much for the chance to win a spot in your class!

Carmen said...

(Sorry if this posts twice - google just ate my first answer)

At the moment I am loving playing with watercolours. My favourite technique with that is lobbing rock salt into it while still wet to create texture. I am waiting for some embossing powder to arrive so I can have a play at the effects of that with watercolours.

Love the peek inside your book and your pages - thanks for the chance to win a spot on the class :)

Christine said...

Does watercolour and ink count, that's about as adventurous as I get most days

prachee Vashistha said...

stamp stamp and stamp...i love stamping...does it count :)...i hope win...i would love to learn :)

McStamper said...

I haven't done a lot. But I love stamping, using watercolor, pencils, lettering, and fabric. I also tried stencils and paste.thanks so much for a chance to win.

Cimplife said...

Been experimenting with watercolor or gelee print layers for my backgrounds and using
stamps and pen & ink for lettering or drawings. Mix in a little calligraphy as well....

mamimade said...

I am totally into aquarell, but I want to widen my horizon (is this english). I tried acrylic paint in layers and adding some drawings on top with different sort of pens. Still not feeling secure though with it. Want to try and try .. :-)

tineke said...

Right now I really want to play with dying or watercolour painting on fabric, then embroidering

Benita Joy said...

i love making cards by painting watercolour on book pages and sewing felt accents on top 😊

tutorial girl said...

Drawing with pastel on acrylic and stitch all that.

Magdalena said...

my fave at the moment would be doodling with gel pens over collage mixed with/on top of acrylic paint :)

maria f. said...

I'm a newbie at mixed media, but I love adding texture with paste through stencils.

Claudine Biblikerfot said...

definitely collages, I do love them !!! as much as I love your work !

Sue Marrazzo said...

Thanks for this opportunity!
I am an experimental mixed media artist and instructor...so my "FAVE" technique changes constantly!
I have been liking the "CRACKLE EFFECT" lately and all the textures it provides!

mary said...

I love pen & ink with watercolor :)

Debbie Chouinard said...

I enjoy collage. I have a box of ephemera that just keeps getting fuller because I love to hunt for cool stuff.

Fil said...

Oh dear ... I still haven't got much beyond splashing colour on a page and doodling over it and hoping it looks like something :) But my desk diary always has some colour on it now, even if it's only a quick border, and it makes to do lists much easier to cope with.

Bubamara šarena said...

Watercolors with black pen. 40 is good number :-)

Carin Winkelman said...

Lately I'm in love with painting with gouache and then decorating the painting with acrylic paintmarkers. I also like doing paintings and then adding little photographic details in collage. For instance a photographed animal in a painted landscape.

Tiffany Hiller said...

I am just discovering gouche at the moment, so I love combinING gouche with black ink line drawings.

Tiffany Hiller said...

I am just discovering gouche at the moment, so I love combinING gouche with black ink line drawings.

MrsCozyandherRosythoughts said...

Hello, your such inspiration for me I'm from third world country we have little art stuff and very expensive for me I would love to learn how to make art and sell mine but with not expencive art staff thank you

Kerri K said...

Right now I am rocking the gelli plate. It is so much fun! And I cut my monoprints into shapes with my sihouette and then use them in my journal and swaps. Cutting them turns even ugly ones into cool stuff!

Lissa Goldsmith said...

I just can't pick on. I get bored very easily by one, life is too short to be limited just one!! I always need more than one technique, color, medium, collage material at my fingertips. It stifles me to be limited! Lissag123@verizon.net

Katarina said...

Love drawing or writing with pen on watercolour background :-)

marjolijn said...

I love your pages, they are very inspiring. I love to work with acrylic paints, pens, stencils. I remove paint with babywipes. I use brushes and creditcards. I make collages. Whatever is beyond reach. Working in my sketchbooks are a good start for making my quilts.
(my earlier comment was suddenly gone, so I hope I won't see two comments)

Susan said...

At the moment my favourite technique is to use my gelli plate with different kind of paper and my handmade stamps and stencils. I use the geilli plate prints for backgrounds and to collage with them. I love your work, althought its not my style. You inspire me to try new techniques and styles. (I didn't see my earlier comment, so I'm sorry if I posted twice)

Kim said...

Watercolor is my favorite! Easy, cheap, not too messy! With kids it's perfect to make great projects.

Effie said...

Too much of a butterfly mind to stick to one thing... Forever changing things.

Sherrinda Ketchersid said...

I love using gelli prints and pen and ink!

zazou13 said...

At the moment I love carving stamps. Patterns and simple things (sorry my english is not very good). I love stamping and playing with color (neocolor II and watersoluble ink pencils).

Analog Girl said...

I love using watercolor and pens, I guess it's my favorite. But also love collage and mixing different materials ( I specially like using nail polish with glitter or using ripped magazine pages to create texture and backgrounds).
Thank you for the opportunity. Fingers crossed! :)

Mollie Osgood said...

I love printing with watercolors or gouache and then adding detail with ink, watercolor sticks or watercolor pencils.

mb-RI said...

I have always enjoyed the process of pen & ink with watercolors. Thanks for the giveaway!!

Melwilyn said...

I'm not used to mixed media, but i love what can be done using this technique. I only tried once using scrap of newspaper and acrylics, but i'm thinking of making a big art to hang above my couch, and i'd like to add things i could collect/recycle, and prints.

nkjohnston said...

I think my favorite go-to technique is using stencils and some sort of molding paste/texture mix with paint. I also love doodling over watercolored backgrounds; you've been a wonderful muse for me.

emmyjaymakes said...

I'm not sure I have a *favorite*, but right now I like to make a spray ink background, paste some magazine clippings over that, then paint over that, then add some text. A technique of sorts, I guess

Stacey Vadaj said...

right now i'm working with microns, watercolor and sharpies making doodles and learning how to use the paint. always trying something new.

CC said...

Cut paper and ink

Kim said...

I love all forms and sometimes have to tell myself that enough is enough, it is time to stop!! I am crossing my fingers and holding my breath( my eyes are closed too!) I love all that you share. And I love your classes.

HollyM said...

I work primarily in fabric and paint.

Holley Downs said...

Oh, it's hard to say one favorite as I think I evolve...but I really like stencils and layering backgrounds.

just4crafters said...

I love all forms of mixed media but a few of my favorites are working with tissue paper, watercolor and pen& ink. I love your work and classes :) ~Sophia

Özge Başağaç said...

I always cut my own stencils or stamps from the materials i have at home. I also use my "garbage" for mark making. Acrylic painted backgrounds layered with these homemade stencils/ stamps and fabric pieces, lace, ropes are my favourite technique. Somehow i always have something to say, so texts (or maybe just a word) become a part of my works. When i am done experimenting on paper i like to carry it onto fabric, too.

Carol Frueh said...

Water color, sharpie, torn paper, painted paper, stamping

gretchen said...

I like working on top of my own journaling, to obscure the words and to add another layer. But then I like it all...!

cjsrq said...

I enjoy making painted papers with watercolors or gelli prints, then using bits to make collages, painting over the collages and finding images - imaginary creatures or flowers. Thanks for this opportunity to win a place in your class.

Shari said...

right now, collaging with prints from my homemade gelli plate makes me happy. i love art journaling because i can create prolifically without worrying where to store all the canvases. you inspire me!

Consie @ AtopSerenityHill.com said...

Doodling, applying acrylics with my fingers, using my Inktense pencils...plus everything else!!!

Donna B said...

My first love is photography and lately I have been working on creating some small photo transfer canvases - so much fun!!!! I love the magic of the image as I peel away the paper :)

Marilyn T said...

I love to work with polymer clay. After taking your doodling class online it opened me up to combining doodled fabrics and polymer clay buttons! What fun I've had making purses! I get comments every time I carry one.

els44 said...

I love to play with my gelli plate on paper or fabric, and i love your doodles !

Lisa Lucchese said...

I love aging things with brown inks.

anja said...

i love using selfmade rubbers and stencil in my journal and freestyle sewing silhouettes
i even used one of your lovely silhouettes and one of Lucy in my attempts see here http://scrapitch.over-blog.com/2014/10/piquer-libre-comment-je-le-fais.html
i'd love to win a free place in your classes.

Kate Cannon said...

I love all the layers of paint and texture of mixed media

Mrs. Teri McMurtagh said...

I just love to make layers with whatever strikes me at the moment. Thanks for your continual inspiration!

Samantha Conklin said...

I love working with dip pens and bombay ink in my art journal. Thanks for the giveaway, your classes are always so professional and inspiring!!

Magda Polakow said...

This is a really difficult question because there is so many techniques which I love...But I love textures ;)

Yanina said...


Love using and making stencils. Thanks!

Bee said...

I love it all!! But recently I discovered using gesso in my art journal. You are a constant source of inspiration to me! Thank you

Wasel Wasel said...

I love watercolors and micron pens, these two are my fav <3

Amanda Pentecost said...

I am growing to love anything mixed with pen. Thank you for sharing your beautiful work!

Stephanie said...

Monoprinting and acrylic abstracts. Stencils too

Jessie said...

Layers of paint and stamping with found objects!

Kelly Lynn said...

OMG!! I love your art journal!! I meant to sign up for this class when you had your sale!! I signed up for two others and thought I'd come back and sign up and of course I didn't do it in time!! Doh! Lol!
Lately I love sprays and stencils but my favorite part is the end when I go back and add all the details and pen work. Thanks so much for this chance!!

april dawn said...

I love seeing artist's journals. It's so very inspiring. I love texture paste through stencils. I love the feeling of rubbing my hands over it. It's a fabulous feeling.

Suzanne said...

Anything with stencils! They're pretty versatile so they are an essential tool for my mixed media work! <3

~Kristen~ said...

Anything I can do with paint in my mixed media art: free-hand painting, doodling with it, making drips and splatters with it, stenciling with it, stamping with it, adding layers upon layers of color...I just love paint! :)

Alisa Cutcher said...

Doodling with markers on bags Ive made by combining sewn fabric with fused plastic.

britt schmiesing said...

i love working with unique options for adding color over marker (ie teas, foods, watered down fabric paint).

Michellem said...

I love to draw faces with ink and then coloring with watercolor. Your art journals have long been an inspiration to me!!

C. Jaeger said...

I like stitching with my sewing machine on anything!

Peggy Festerling said...

Painting onto a sandwich bag, drawing into the paint and stamping with the bag. Fun, cheap, easy and a surprise every time!

robyn said...

I am a wood and metal girl (big stuff) but have begun to mess with paper (magazines, newspapers, old books) small objects and markers. I really do enjoy the small stuff.

the Domina said...

Well, I don't really have an art journal (yet), but I'd love to start!

Mary W said...

watercolor and ink pen - love sketchy stuff - favorite is anything I can do with my 5 yo granddaughter

Jennifer Gordon said...

Loved all the mediums - photography, clay, fabric, glass, ceramic - and thank you for all your unending inspiration Alisa!

jaime said...

Maybe paint and paper. I do not have much experience with anything else. This would certainly be a fun way to try new things! Thank you for doing this.

Michelle P said...

Oh fun! I enjoy reading these comments from all of the super creative people! I'm currently loving the way black and white ink pens add so much detail and change the piece so much. Thanks for this opportunity!

Kelly Cort said...

I've not had much experience with mixed media, but would love to experiment. I love your journals--thanks for the giveaway!

wanda miller said...

Fabric in my paintings! and thank you for this opportunity. you are a HUGE INSPIRATION added to my life and I THANK YOU.

Kena said...

I love using lino carvings on old book pages. The whole process, from the carving to the application of the ink with the brayer, is just so zen.

Bonnie P said...

I obviously need this class to establish using mixed media :) Love your style!

Jen Johnson said...

I love layering with paint, paper and marking tools for depth & great color and texture. Thanks for offering this generous giveaway!

Lalav said...

I'd go for sewing on paper/fabric, paint and stamping for sure!
Thanks Alisa!

Anna H said...

Collage, using fabrics or paper, found objects, paint, anything that might work in a piece. Thanks for the chance!

sheetal patel said...

i love to stitch on paper!

mariek said...

I love to Make a papercollage and than go over it with paint and spraypaint.

Leone said...

I would love to take this class, my favourite mixed media thing is collage. Thank you for offering the change to win a spot.

Susan said...

I love making collages. Nothing is more relaxing to me than cutting and pasting paper. Thanks for this giveaway!!

Sandy said...

I can't say I have any one favorite...I love to paint, stamp, chalk...wish I had the time to do it everyday!

Wendymac said...

I love watercolor! Don't know that many other techniques yet but hope to take the class and learn some. I'm currently taking your Sketch into Spring. I love your style and fun attitude about art!

Emily Burlingame said...

YAY! Love buying plain white canvas fabric and then layer it with home made stamps and diy printmaking, then when dry adding colorful stitches on the top!!

Kathleen said...

Wow, what a treat! I can't draw, but I love to doodle and sew and make prints. I haven't tried combining those with watercolors yet, but that is on my list. Thanks for the chance to win.

Colleayn said...

I have drawn in some art journals with a micron pen, but they need some color and fun now. I need to take them to the next level.

Joanne said...

Layers layers layers using collage from my own papers and stamps love the gelli plate also

Lauly said...

great giveaway and inspiration…thank you,fabric and oil does it for me

Dawn Jones said...

Favorite...tough choice, I'd have to go with gelli plate or stenciling. Thanks for the chance to win!

Rita Montgomery said...

I love to sew on paper. Also, I like to collage and outline with my "sketch and wash" pencil. Thank you for a chance to win a class spot!

TJ said...

I love seeing your journals and would love to win one of your classes. I am probably boring but my favorite technique when journaling is just the drawing.

Msita said...

At the moment I'm doodling with micron pen and trying watercolors. Unfortunately I don't have much time. Thanks for the giveaway.

Laine said...

I love my Gelli plates!

Linda Celestian said...

I'm into doodling with paint markers on acrylic painted papers. I use the results for collage and art journalling.

Melinda said...

Way to hard to choose! At the moment it's pen and ink.
Thanks for the chance to win!

Mary said...

I love gelli printing and collage. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

C Williams said...

I love watercolors and ink.

Firesong said...

I couldn't say what is my favorite as I usually just have a sketchbook and use pen and ink. I haven't gone the "art journal" direction yet, but would love to. If I don't win the free class, I think I will join anyway and give this a try. Thanks for all your inspiration.

Zauna said...

I like finger painting and then doodling on top.

Amy D. said...

Watercoloring over my doodles and writing words...I like words to merge in with doodles. Sometimes I would add on mixed media for 3-D look. Now, pick me! :) :) :)

LynneP said...

Layering! Doesn't matter with what-just like to layer.
Thanks for the chance to win!
jlpfeffer at gmail dot com

Becky said...

I like mixing watercolor, acrylics and pen and ink.

Becky said...

I like mixing watercolor, acrylics and pen and ink.

Becky Pelletier said...

I've been experimenting with sharpie markers and pastels lately. Your free spirited colorful art speaks to my creative side. I love your work.

lemonade sandwich said...

I love stitching. Or lines that can look like stitching.

Simply Mom said...

I'm enjoying drawing, painting and collaging overmy children's' discarded art work.

Tiff said...

I LOVE to use white out pens on top of watercolor.

cindy c said...

i really love to collage--
thanks for the give away--

Deborah A. Pierro said...

Hi Alisa! I love doodling and zentangle and experimenting with intersecting lines to create a colorful, way-out looking two-page spread in my journal. I also love to draw flowers, although your flower designs are one of a kind and uniquely yours so I could never duplicate them. I am passionate about color! Hope you pick me!

Robin said...

I like to doodle with a Micron Pen then fill in with some watercolors. Or watercolor a background, then draw sometimes adding stamped images or stencils.

Diane said...

My sketchbook is mostly filled with ink sketches with some watercolor thrown on. It might be interesting to try something new.

birdsong said...

I love watercolor, pen, and ink. I usually draw a plan out lightly in pencil, then add the watercolor and lastly, go in with black ink, using a micron, Pitt, or dip pen.

twobutterflies said...

I'm so new to art journaling I don't really have a favorite yet. I'd love to learn more from your class though!

Dandelion Wishes said...

watercolor crayons, collage and ink.

becslb said...

I'm just learning about image transfer with watersoluble fabric but I love gesso, stencils and paint! I'd love to learn more techniques!

Ariadne said...

Would you call mixed media my sea glass felted stones!I wet felt the stone with wool, add sea glass and beach finds, then stitch beads on it and then embroider on it! Would love to do one of your courses again!AriadnefromGreece!

Unknown said...

I love using Gelli plate prints and drawing on them and journaling on them. Also watercolor and drawing with ink. Susann T

CR Bentley said...

I love washi tape - it is fun and colorful!

DianeH said...

I love your artwork and really enjoy your "peek" posts. I work in doodle art and zentangle with pen and ink. Also watercolors. I am just starting with collage and ephemera.

Skye Rae said...

I love incorporating book paper into my pieces! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

Skye Rae said...

I love incorporating book paper into my pieces! Thanks for the opportunity to win!

Margo said...

Fountain pen and ink, with watercolor pencils and watercolor applied over that. Makes my heart sing!

Beverley Baird said...

Your journal pages are GORGEOUS! Love them all. What a wonderful giveaway! I love creating papers with my gelli plate and then use these papers for backgrounds.

Le petit monde de Louison said...

So beautiful what you do! I love patterns^^

Barb said...

I go from loving one to another product about every week. I really like the time I spend figuring out what I want to put on a journal page when I am doing mixed media. I like things to be neat and look a particular way. Sounds crazy but, when it comes to mixed media I want the page to make a statement for me.
Barb
N C

Andrea Hoyt said...

Recently I discovered Elegant Writer pens + water, watercolors and Caran d'Ache crayons. Thank you, Alisa, for inspiring us each day!!! :)

liberal sprinkles said...

Creating layers and textures with stencils and collage. thanks for the chance!
Grace

reneemichelle said...

I like to use napkins because they are transparent and easy to work over with other media. I like to finish my mixed media projects with sequins and beads, to give them a bit of glamor

Anonymous said...

Layers with whatever supplies I have around! Thanks for the chance to win!
Katie McD (klhoks@gmail.com)

crazyestonian said...

I like watercolor with colored pencils and some kind of dark pen (dark green, blue-green, black).

bensedin art said...

I like watercolour!

Mila said...

Watercolor and pen line drawings which is how I originally found you on Pinterest!

Tanya Rudd said...

I love using my daughter's non permanent crayola markers. When you color with them, then take a paint brush, they turn out watercolor-ish.

Tabitha Klucking said...

I'm really enjoying layering tissue paper, doilies and other texture items with gesso and then adding color with inks, gelatos, paints, etc. once the gesso is dry.

Nicole Tremblay said...

ink and watercolour and watercolour pencils

Deanna said...

I like laser printing on deli paper or tissue paper and then collaging it... endless possibilities!

Denise said...

I don't tend to mix my media, but I think paint and embroidery would probably be fun together...should probably try that. :)

Lobisisa said...

I totally love to sew paper, use modpodge and glue stick to add collages. FUN!

Pallavi Kamath said...

I love watercolour, pens and crayons!

embellishstudios said...

Love these pages! Right now I am having so much fun with doing hand lettering on every piece I create, from art journals to huge paintings!

Ashley | StyleOnHigh said...

These are so beautiful! I'd love to attend this class! My favorites are watercolor + marker/pen. And a little glitter never hurt anybody. ;)

Lisa Hamilton said...

Mono printing is fav!. Thanks for all you share and the learning opportunities!!

Marie-Terre said...

Doodling, writing all over the place, watercolor and collage!!!! :)

curlygirlpress said...

Combos of paper, beads, threads/sewing, and occasionally paint. Yay!

JoAnn S. said...

LAYERS! Layers...layers....I usually start with ink then move onto watercolor and/or acrylic and then whos knows? Stencils, stamps, doodling! Always letting the layers dry in between of course. Haha!
Thanks Alisa!

JustaNoteFromJane said...

my favorite technique is using cut up magazines and acrylic paint with markers.

jodi mulisano said...

Oooooooooo! Pick me ! Pick me ! I know.... Shameless ;)
I don't have a favorite exactly. I love it all and do what I happen to be in the mood for that day. Pen and ink...colors, sharpie, acrylic, watercolor...it's all delicious!
Thank you for sharing so much, doing this give away and being such an incredible inspiration!
:)

Time Traveller said...

Hello, Alisa!

I don't think I have a favourite mixed media techniques... I like to paint, I like to write words, I like to photograph, I like to sew... and I love to mix them all!

I also like to use all kind of nature gfts I can reach ;)

Thanks for sharing you creativity with us and also for this GIVEAWAY :)

FF

Monika said...

i use pen/ink pretty much onto everything

Elisabetta Brustio said...

Wow!!!! My favorites techniques are: watercolor, collage, pastel, inkpen and everything that I can think of!!!! Ciao, Eli

Carol Cox said...

Right now my favorite technique is using stencils! I love that I can use them with ink, paint, sprays and modeling paste! The possibilities are endless!

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