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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Cynthia von der Schmuckburg said...

I love to draw with fine liner and pencil. And then continue with a soft brush and colorful inks - as with watercolors.

Lauren Douglas Creative said...

My favourite mixed media technique is either fabric + painting and drawing or drawing on watercolour and acrylic... :) And pretty much a million other things.

Stacey said...

I don't have a favorite, but I am trying to start art journaling and I would love to take this class!

Lara Williams said...

I have just started an art journal so I don't have a favorite yet. I have a lot of great supplies, I just haven't used them yet!

pulverschwein said...

Mixed media, eh? I love tissue paper applied with acrylic paint or acrylic medium, layered with graph paper and vintage book pages (and butterfly wings picked off my windshield). Then I can doodle or tape or paint or whatever the whim on top....Swoon! I usually only use recycled bits.

Mary Sarah Cruzin said...

I love using nail polish instead of paint sometimes! I like that it is sticky and can act as a glue as well as a paint. It dries SO quickly which is awesome because I can start adding things on top of it (or on the next page!) in just a few minutes. Some people think of it as a silly cheap way to cut corners, but I just love the way it adds depth to my work!

pulverschwein said...

Mixed media, eh? I love tissue paper applied with acrylic paint or acrylic medium, layered with graph paper and vintage book pages (and butterfly wings picked off my windshield). Then I can doodle or tape or paint or whatever the whim on top....Swoon! I usually only use recycled bits.

Reva Madryga said...

my favourite technique for mixed media is painting with acrylic inks, with my fingers! They mix together really nicely, and are so smooth when painted with fingers. When those backgrounds dry, then I can go over the top with nice rich black and white gel pens, which just glide across the page!

Courtney said...

I love stamping! You can create stamps from many different materials, even food. Layering color and stamps to create a busy design is my artistic way.

Unknown said...

Collage and acrylic paints! Although I don't get to do it often now that I have a toddler. I need to figure something more disrupt-able

LKH said...

Focusing on sketching faces right now with pencil and then painting with water colors.

EBHawks said...

How can I pick a favorite? I love making paper with the Gelli plate and incorporating collaged effects; I love stencils, and background stamps are a staple. I also play with Gelatos and Oil Pastels and paint and ... you name it. I'd love to win a spot in your class and learn even more possibilities!

Kathy W said...

I'm just getting started on this whole mixed media thing, so everything is interesting to me.

Kate Burroughs said...

I love using watercolor and collage for mixed media. Thanks for the chance to win a spot in your class. Great photos, especially the sunset ones.
Aloha, Kate

Gail B. said...

I love to use stencils in my art journal, and when I combine them with texture paste, amazing things happen. It is so much fun.

Jana said...

Mixing pastel, watercolor and acrylic paints. Thanks for this opportunity!!

Miranda Murray said...

I am loving patterned based drawings (with sharpie paint markers of course) layered into tissue papers, the texture and effect is so fun. I love your blog, thank you for always sharing amazing and inspirational work!

Bea said...

Right now, i am playing with my gelli plate, learning to do more with it...bea

Sue said...

Still a newbie at mixed media, so I don't have a fave yet.

Sketching with Dogs said...

I usually do watercolour but have just discovered mixed media and have fallen in love with it! My favourite part is the layering and I am loving making my own stamps which I learned to do with your Print make Play class.
Lynne

sara jane said...

Right now, it's gelli plate printing. Thanks for offering the freebies!
skaetzer(at)sbcglobal.net

Kathleen said...

I like pencils and markers....thanks for a chance to win a spot..

Unknown said...

My favourite thing to do is to make watercolor backgrounds,I use salt or plastic wrap while it dries and when I have interesting background I draw on top with pens, pencils and markers!

julie said...

I like making foam stamps and reusing them over and over again throughout different pages.

Debbie said...

Hello , Thank you for the opportunity from over here in the UK ,I love to use good old house paint and wax.

Marianne said...

Screenprinting Best regards of Switzerland

ladylyn said...

I love using watercolors to build layers, using found obejcts as stamps. Then I make whimsical doodles and hand-lettering over the top.

Unknown said...

Wow Alisa, thanks a lot ! My favorite ahaha ! It's a really difficult question. It's changing. But frequently I use acrylic, watercolor, stencils, stamps, ink, glue, beads, feather, gel, fabric and etc. etc. ... Edwidge

loveart259 said...

Thanks for sharing pictures of your art journal, Alisa! They're amazing.

My favorite technique is using gesso over another design to create a new shape out of negative space. I also love the way the background still shows through if you water down the gesso.

Hua said...

I enjoy using any supplies on hand to make a project and currently I am using string and little beads that I've collected to see what comes into focus.

lauralh said...

Right now I am loving pen - both colorful gel and black liner - over watercolors. Great giveaway!

Megan Mays said...

Collage, Collage,Collage! Especially of truly found objects.

katiedidit said...

I love working with paper and fabric. Adding beads or stitching.

Unknown said...

Currently, my favorite mixed media technique is paint/ink topped with collage and doodles. Thanks for all of the inspiration!

Author said...

I don't do a lot of mixed media. But I'm interested in embroidery or sewing on top of other things.

Janie Husband said...

It would be so hard for me to say I have a favorite technique....... But I do love watercolour...

mary said...

I love working with paper, paint, ink and stamps!

Roxanne said...

Oh fun! Not sure if it counts as mixed media - I like to sew scraps of paper together with colorful threads. I'm just getting back into journaling regularly and so look forward to getting lost in my pages.

Julie Hamilton said...

I have just rediscovered art journalling as a means to just play and try new things. My favourite technique is definitely collage with handpainted papers. It helps with choosing color combinations you may not normally try. Thanks for offering the giveaway!

Vanina Napimoga said...

Love it!!! really nice :Love it!!! really nice :D
I admire you, is a pleasure for me checked every day you blog.
My favorite mixed media technique is aquarelle and black pen. Also I like a lot use strong acrylics colors.

Thank you for shared your art!

Nic Squirrell said...

I like felt tip or coloured inks on watercolour, although combining any two or three media is fun.

Despina said...

I use watercolors, acrylics, felt tip pens (black) and newspapers, but I'd love to expand my techniques. Thanks for the chance to win!

Unknown said...

I love paint on canvases and drawing over with sharpies. Or making books with my 5-year old, I write the story, and he does the illustrations, with some additions from me. It has been fun to teach him Bible stories this way.

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Leisurely Lesley said...

Not really a mixed media but I do love fine line detailed drawing and then using computer software to make another version. Thank you so much for your generosity.

Unknown said...

I love watercolors and markers together <3

Alison K. said...

Currently into painting with unconventional materials--anything but a brush!!

--Fingers, bottle caps, q-tips, paper towels, coffee filters, paint bottles, laundry soap caps, feathers, etc--anything I can find!!

Lisa Jones said...

Got myself a gelli plate for Christmas so I'm having fun experimenting with that. But at the moment I'm enjoying watercolour with masking fluid prints!

Andrea said...

So beautiful! I have very little experience in mixed media but I would love to learn.
Thanks for the chance to win :)

Kimi said...

Pretty much any...but I'm enjoying some printmaking right now with upcycle items in a journal. :)
Thanks for the chance to win!

Kristen said...

Eee, I love this so much! My favorite mixed media (since I was a teenager) has been sharpie + watercolor. I absolutely love the complexities when mixing the watercolor in a dreamy collection of color, letting it dry, then doodling over it with my flowers :)

coco.nut said...

I love layers of papers, paints and inks or just doodling on a white sheet of paper with a black gel pen!

Francine from Callaloo Soup said...

I love playing with watercolours and spraying and splattering inks! Your art journal is gorgeous!

Anonymous said...

Screen printing and colored pencils are my fave :)
Selin (selinim@gmail.com)

rainbowgeckogallery said...

I love what I call collage stamping...where you paint or stamp images onto lunch wrap ( thinner than deli wrap) and then use clear glue to collage it over a painted surface... The lunch wrap becomes transparent and you are left with an image that the background shows through :))

linda said...

thanks for the chance! I suppose my go-to is a black or white ink pen on top of things!

Unknown said...

I love using ink and watercolors! ♡

Cynthia F said...

I love using paint, fabric, and paper, combined with stitching, and carving my own stamps, combining it all into one big creative mashup! Thanks so much for the chance to win, I'd love to try art journalling, I've always wanted to but never know where to start! <3

Lea said...

I like to use acrylic paint, ink splashes, gesso, modeling paste, watercolor.

Nanci Stone said...

I love using coffee (strong, instant) to paint with. It gives a nice finish and smells great too.

Unknown said...

Ink drawings on watercolor washes. I'm a newbie!!

Mellissa said...

Oh. I so hope I get picked! I don't have many techniques under my belt yet, but right now I am experimenting with watercolor and pen.

Cindy said...

Hard to pick a favorite, but I love stencils, watercolors, and stabilo marks all pencils!!

Sara said...

I have little experience with mixed media, but am so inspired by your blog, which I found recently, and I would love to learn!!

Unknown said...

In fact I have 2 : acrylic and watercolor but if I had to choose one it would be watercolor !

Patricia Roebuck said...

Building layers with paints, inks, writing.

rainbowgeckogallery said...

My fave technique is collage stamping...where you stamp or stencil on lunch wrap ( thinner than deli paper) and use clear glue to collage it over your painted surface...the lunch wrap becomes clear and you can see the painted background with the colours coming through the stamped image :)

Elizabeth Lawson said...

I like to doodle or journal to get rid of the blank page, then layers of acrylic paint and more doodling. Found some fab metallic gel pens at Dollar Tree which are my new favorites.

jenniferwalker said...

Collage, sand, paint...repeat....my technique of choice...for now.....:)

frankie955 said...

I would have to say at the moment it is photography, soft pastels and acrylic paint.

Auri said...

I love watercolors, acrylics, crayons and pencils Caran D´Ache. And thank you so much for the opportunity to win.

Helmi said...

AB-FAB. Love your work!

Helmi said...

AB-FAB

lee said...

Fav tech is gelli print right. Ow

Nancy S said...

I love everything about creating. I love paper piecing, watercolor, and doodling. Nope, I can't really pick a favorite. It just might be playing with colors of any kind.

Cathy - CMP Designs said...

Love your pages!! My fave technique....I think it's anything I can do with my Dylusions Sprays!! and stencils...love stencils!

Rosanne said...

I love adding details with a fine- line marker to my collage & water-colour art!

Montanapie said...

Acrylic painting with my fingers!

Jennifer Slader said...

I am currently loving collage, with doodles, acrylic paint and tie dye for ink

Unknown said...

I LOVE to add found objects or special pieces from my travels/family to my work. I LOVE tags, scraps of paper and more. Thank you for inspiring me with your expressions for art and love of family.

Unknown said...

I love ink and watercolors! Thanks for the giveaway! :)

JLG said...

Being a first grade teacher with a masters in the creative arts in education, I try to expose my students to a variety of mixed media. I love to use oil pastels with liquid watercolors as well as painted papers to make collages. I love to print or stamp just about everything to make painted papers. My students use paint, paper, clay, paper bags, paper plates, and all kinds of recyclable materials to make art!

Erika johnson said...

I love using stencils in so many ways!

Marloes said...

I always love to doodle, and lately this is in combination with gelli printing in my journal

Anonymous said...

Hi Alisa, its me who came to see your shop at the end of January, but we never met up. I am recovering from brain surgery, I had a vessel wrapped around a nerve causing tremendous pain. (Trigeminal neuralgia), and so glad I have the next month to catch up on my art viewing. I miss visiting and learning from you. I'll fly back to Miami in a month. I'm in Utah now. I miss my kids but thank you for your site and helping me take much needed "me" time. I love your layers class and I learned a lot from your blog class. I love your flower style like you painted your big wall in your room, and btw, Lucy's room with the city scene is phenomenal. My most favorite things are your pictures. I love photography and art journaling. I have about 6 notebooks all going At the same time. My suitcase was full of my journals and art stuff, with only a few clothes. Lol. I would LOVE taking more classes from you. Send a ticket my way! And have a wonderful week!

Karen Blados said...

I like to use watercolor, ink pads, homemade spray inks and permanent ink.

Unknown said...

I really enjoying using anything around the house and altering it with marker or paint. Using magazine cut outs is fantastic when added to items you might usually throw away!

Wildflowerhouse said...

I love watercolor with pen and ink. I also love creating with cut papers and acrylics.

Tessa said...

I love watercolors, pens, brush pens, and sewing on paper. I am working on improving my lettering, and I am interested in branching out my stamping. :)

KarenS said...

I like to use acrylic paint markers over dry paint to define details.

Amy said...

I like to paint backgrounds and do fine, detailed drawing on top. It's very relaxing.

Unknown said...

I love using lots of colours, stamps, free hand sketching and food, like using powdered or whole grains, egg shells, seeds, pasta noodles to create textures...

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Chriscrafty said...

Watercolours+black pens and lately stamps which I carved!

Claire said...

Hi: So hard to pick a favorite! Right now I am playing with painted backgrounds, collage, and doodled accents. So much fun!

Carolyn Morgan said...

Loving my new Gelli plate right now. Also I am making up cycled bags/purses with blue jeans. Fun!

Karen Phanco said...

Smooth paint, then sketch. Add collage and more paint.

Terri said...

I love these peeks inside your sketchbooks! Always so creative and colorful and happy and inspiring. My favorite mixed media is watercolor over pen and ink. But I've always wanted to experiment and learn more techniques.

Amy said...

Micron pens and watercolour are my favourites!! But I'm liking acrylic a lot lately too.

MerMarty said...

I've always been a big doodler, but lately I've been doing a lot of mandalas... thanks mostly to you!! :) mer(dot)marty(at)yahoo(dot)com

Halfbakd said...

Doodles. So relaxing

Rene said...

I've tried many, many mediums, however, I'm going back to the basics of pens and watercolors. Thanks for the opportunity to win a spot in your class. I've taken a couple of others in the past and learned from them all!

cheri said...

I don't really have a favorite, but I' m loving watercolors at the moment...and your classes! Thank you for this opportunity!

Jan said...

Thanks for the give away - my favorite techniques are gelli plate printing and stenciling

Still Waters Studio said...

I love to alter my photos digitally with apps and then glue them in my journal and then I have something perfect to go with my theme.

Cindy Tobey said...

Adding line work with black ink over paint. Thanks for the chance to win!

Lynette (NZ) said...

Your journals are wonderful. I LOVE sprays and stencils, and adding stitch to every project where I'm able. Thanks for the giveaway...everything crossed!

Whitney said...

Stitching! I love stitching over mono prints and photo transfers!

Anonymous said...

I like transferring lettering (or anything drawn on paper) into digital images using photoshop/pixlr.

Heather T said...

Like many others I am loving watercolour at the moment but stencils and die cuts are fun too.

Karen said...

Paints, stencils, and texture paste . . . but honestly, it's been awhile since I used any mixed media. I've been totally into sketching with pen and watercolor. I'd love to win a spot in this class. Thanks for a chance!

Unknown said...

Right now I am really into the classic oil pastel and watercolor resist. Especially liquid watercolors.

AnoushkaD said...

I no longer have time to do it but I love to create watercolour background and then, use magazine images to do collage.

Raine said...

I LOVE using stencils! I love to use them with my Gelli plate. I also love to use them with sprays. I've got hundreds of them...literally!

Ida said...

I love to potato print on fabric and then quilt it. I've made a few fun crib quilts that way.

Doodlebug said...

Stencils & spray paints!! Other fav's are spritz's, India ink doodles & drips and India ink transfers. I love the idea of a Journalling class!! :)

k8kre8s said...

i love doing polaroid lifts with the peel-apart prints. you get a floppy film out of the water and when i transfer it onto paper it always ripples or folds or bunches in the most perfectly imperfect way!

Lisa said...

What a generous offer! oh I hope I win a spot!!! my fav techniques change as I learn new things but I would say a constant is glazing. Thank you for this chance!!!!

Unknown said...

Trying different co!or paints for backgrounds

Jessica Loughrey said...

Loving my gelli plate right now!

Unknown said...

Great
Would love to win

Unknown said...

My favorite media technique is collage, I love to do landscapes and mix in papers for the trees,
water, etc. By the way, I love your blog. Lucy is growing like a weed, getting so tall it looks like
and looks more and more like her beautiful Mom each day. You are so blessed to have such
a grand daughter.

Randi S said...

I like swiping color around with a credit card.

Little Pumpkin said...

My main love is painting with oils. But I am constantly wooed away by different interesting art forms or crafting techniques. I love to learn and I have never done any mixed media work. The online class idea is something new and exciting for me. Normally I just teach myself. Would love to take your class!

Anna said...

I love using ink and dribbling alcohol onto it. I also love using antique and vintage magazines for collage. What a great giveaway!

Kara Hoel said...

I have been a scrapbooker for as long as I can remember, so I usually add bits of paper-usually something meaningful to just about every project.

Tina Vogt said...

Messy painting is my favorite. Every piece is different and unique!

Nathalie Kelley said...

I love layering and using handmade stamps!

Unknown said...

My favorite technique is applying super thick amounts of paint to have crazy cool texture and then brushing metallic gold over top the paint, super cool looking to be honest!

Unknown said...

Ahhh so hard to choose. But I guess I love textures, anything texture!! And color! Thank you for the opportunity to win! Love your art!

~ Donna Peter said...

I love collage, smearing paint around and charcoal pencil sketches. So many others, but these are my favs right now.
Thank you

mbi said...

I really want to start some Art projects, but have always thought that I can't draw. I would love to participate in one of your classes and find the joy of exploring and experimenting. I think I would like to try watercolour and sharpies. Or collage with paper and paint.

annette arndt said...

My stabilo markers with watercolour pencils and watercolour palette. I also use paper from high end magazines that have thick paper with strong colours. I read your blog and wait for your instagram everyday. My favourite images are that of the ocean! Annette :)

Jan said...

My first "go to" is always my pencil. Thats where I begin but not always where I finish.

Mallory Carryn said...

Hi Alisa! My favorite technique to use in my art journal is Gelli printing! I saw a video on it in one of your older blog posts and have been hooked ever since!

Unknown said...

I love to create on canvas using paint, paper (old book pages), washi tape and black & white photos. I also love to sew, especially up-cycling and transforming a sweater into a purse or scarf.
I used to be very picky and try and hide the stitches/thread, but you introduced me to "messy stitches" and now I LOVE that look!
Thanks for your blog, tutorials and inspiration! I love your style!
Kassy

elenoula said...

Hi Alisa! My favourite technique currently is gesso with acrylic paints and stamping with whatever that I may found around :) greetings from Greece!

Evgenia Tranevskaya said...

Thank you for this giveaway!)
I love my daughter's technic, when she uses tempera and pens or markers and crayons....honestly, whatever she has next to her during the process)

Evgenia Tranevskaya said...

Thank you for this giveaway!)
I love my daughter's technic, when she uses tempera and pens or markers and crayons....honestly, whatever she has next to her during the process)

Evgenia Tranevskaya said...

Thank you for this giveaway!)
I love my daughter's technic, when she uses tempera and pens or markers and crayons....honestly, whatever she has next to her during the process)

Lori said...

I do not have a favorite, but I can say that I appreciate all types of art including anything from painting and drawing to jewelry making and sewing! BTW, I adore your mural walls in your room and also your daughter's room. They are amazing!

Unknown said...

love your creativity. and inspiration, , i rarely use mixed media techique but i would really like to be a part of students , greetings from athens greece

sandrine aim said...

hi Alisa at the moment I gel one of my photographic images on the canvas then will layer it with acrylic, doodling and collage + whatever I fancy at that second

Mary Sane said...

I like mixing ANYTHING from the nature (sticks, stones, shells, cones, you name it!) with "indoor" craft material - paint, strings, fabric...

Jade Sutton said...

My latest technique is using Inka Gold. I use it on acrylic blocks, wood, chipboard, and paint with it. Inka Gold is so much fun.

Bonita Rose said...

i love using stencils and spray inks... one of my faves!

Papper said...

Would love love to win a spot in your fabulous class. I like to work with layers of tissue paper to create new colours and lots of textures.

Tif said...

I like to mix my doodles with my quilting. They just seem to go together!

astr!d said...

my fav technique IS mixed media. color then layered w gesso, color, pen/sharpie, just lots of layers.

Roben-Marie said...

Thanks for the giveaway! It is hard to narrow it down but for today it is the Stabilo pencil with some water to grunge up my pages! :)

june at noon said...

My first loves are pencil and watercolor, but when I branch out and try a wider range of media, I often add black ink (pen), colored pencil, and charcoal. Sometimes I work on top of gesso randomly applied to a cardboard "canvas," and sometimes I tear up pages from old books and collage them into the background, using a part of the text to inspire the subject of the painting.

Ms. Lucie said...

I love texture, so I use stencils and modeling paste on nearly all of my mixed media projects. I also love color, so acrylic paints are also somehow in the mix!!! Thanks for the chance to win a spot. I will treasure it!.

SusanL said...

Anything and everything! Love using unusual texture-y things like bubble wrap, fabric, onion nets, etc!!

Dianna said...

My favorite mixed media technique is adding scraps of paper to a page and then painting over them. It creates texture, interest and depth on my art pieces!

Dianna said...

My favorite technique is to glue different papers down and then paint over them. It creates texture, depth and inerest to my art pieces.

Karin said...

I love to use watercolour pencil, wash and splatter with watercolours as a first layer.

Dianna said...

My favorite technique is to glue different papers down and then paint over them. It creates texture, depth and inerest to my art pieces.

Sue Rumsey said...

I love to print with embossed wallpaper!

Gina said...

I try to use junk mail, fabric and paper scraps in my art journals along with watercolor, markers, acrylics etc. One favorite technique I learned from you- layers of black sharpie followed by layers of white ink- really makes things "pop"!

Myshootingstar said...

I'm just starting, so I don't really have a favorite yet.

Ginger Burns said...

I love layering items into my work. I add everything from papers to fabric to lace to 3D objects and leaves and other items from nature. When I get stuck, I scan my stash for something to add in!

Christie - Fine Lines said...

Most of the time I like watercolor and pen/ink because it is quick. But, when I am in the mood for more mess, I like acrylics and pastels:)

Stargirl said...

Stencils,paint, texture paste. who knew adding layers could be so much fun?

Jan said...

I love working with layers, text and collage! Love touching up with white sharpie! Thanks for offering this Giveway! Love your work Alisa!

Unknown said...

I truly love making drips of water on a piece of paper and just dabbing a tiny bit of watercolor paint into them and seeing what happens. That's like magic to me!

Jan said...

I enjoy working with layers - using inks, sprays, acrylics, text and collage! I love touching up with a white sharpie! Thanks for offering this Giveaway! Love your work ~ You sure inspire us!

phinner said...

layering with gesso papers and paint!!!

Unknown said...

Not sure if the first comment went through..... I'm an elementary art teacher that need to re-energize my personal art. I'm a long time fan of your blog and would love to take one of your online courses.

Laura Mills said...

I love using old photographs, metallic pens, and napkin doodles! I think what I love most about mixed media is creating new textures from things that wouldn't normally go together.

Unknown said...

Watercolor washes + pen/ink = simple layers

Kelly C. said...

Drawing on tissue paper with pigment markers then collaging it over something colorful.

Kepi said...

My favorite (at the moment) is using a gelli plate to make backgrounds, then using a micron pen to zentangle.

Michelle Davis said...

I love using watercolor, ink, fabric and embroidery! I would love to learn how to make my own journals!

Beth O'Brien said...

Love many but having fun with ink, oil pastels, and watercolor right now. Your blog is a glorious discovery! Many thanks for sharing & inspiring!

T. Stone said...

I love to use collage and tissue paper on top to mute the collage down a bit and then draw on top of that.

Carol said...

Love your pages! I am an avid art journaler and I love to collage with old book pages, sheet music, and then paint over with layers of acrylics, willing back what I want to show thru.

Carol said...

Love to collage with old book pages, sheet music, and then use layers of acrylic paint and wip off what I want to show thru.

Marci said...

I love using a combination of acrylics and watercolor. So fun!

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Vicki E. said...

Right now, watercolor with ink, and/or colored pencils, and/or acrylic markers.

Unknown said...

Hello Alisa, so generous of you to offer this giveaway! I like your first drawing the best! My favorite mixed media technic is def. collage.
have a nice weekend
barbara bee

Maureen Hayes said...

Thanks for the peek into your journal, so inspiring! I don't have one favorite technique, I have been using stencils quite a bit lately, so I guess that would be my answer. Thank you for the chance to win a spot.

Unknown said...

Collage with pen design

Haley said...

I love the peeks into your art journal. I think my favorite mixed media is watercolor or paint and just regular ink pen on top... adding in the occasional collaging.

Toni Hinchcliffe said...

I am an "uncomfortable doodler," so my favorite mixed media technique is using stencils. But I have recently also enjoyed coloring in some abstract doodling with prismacolor pencils. I hope someday to be able to doodle like you, Alisa! You are my hero! (Not only because of your artistic talent, but also because I am a former elementary school teacher, and I love the things you do with Lucy!)

maeve said...

Photography with fabric and mixed media embellishment. Collage. Watercolor painting. I'm just learning about Gelli plate printing.

Julia said...

I love to incorporate meaning in my mixed media projects. I like putting meaningful word definitions, hymns, and scriptures that go with my pieces theme. I copy pages from an old dictionary, a hymnal I got at an estate sale, and my childhood Bible and paste them in the background. Then I paint over them with different opacities to highlight different words.
Thanks for this chance to win. Your blog is very inspiring!

Unknown said...

I am usually an acrylic-and-paper-and-charcoal kinda girl, but I have been playing with watercolors lately, and really enjoying the colors and different techniques!!

Deborah Truesdell said...

One of my favorite techniques is to scrape on paint with a credit card. I also like to make dots by dipping my fingers in the paint and applying to my canvas.

jackie said...

I am really loving the Spectrum alcohol ink markers and of course sharpie pens in any color or size!

Nadia said...

Micron pen+any other media. As long as I have my drawing pens the world is a happy place. :)

Renee said...

I love layers and collage. I am just learning and falling in love with everything as I go.

dinny said...

My favorite technique involves rubber stamps. Just can't get enough of hand carving and stamping! Thanks for ALL of the creative inspiration and giveaway.

Daire Paddy said...

At the moment I love creating backgrounds by combining random papers and handmade stamps, and then painting over the top with chunky black lines.

Chriscrafty said...

Sorry to send twice but there's sth wrong with the page. Watercolours with black pen!

Kathy said...

I like to mix it up a bit!

Kate said...

I've been enjoying spreading acrylic ink with credit cards to lay down a nice, rich background. Then add stencils, lettering, etc!

Unknown said...

Spritzing rubbing alcohol (ventilated area) onto water colour..or chalk pastel...or inks!

Geri Johnson said...

I've been an admirer of mixed media for a long time but never attempted it before - although I've done lots of other crafty things. This year I heard about Life Book 2015 for the first time & signed up for it. So we are in week 11 right now & I am pretty much in love with everything about it! I especially love the just discovered water color crayons as well as the layering of different elements, using stencils and stamps. And drawing faces!!! I didn't know I could do that!!! I feel like I've discovered a whole new world I didn't know existed! And what a great nurturing community it is! I can hardly wait until we get to the Alisa Burke lesson! I'm loving every minute of this self paced art adventure! :D

Gio said...

Thanks for your generosity. My favourite tecnique is to add texture, through stencil or with the palette knife, to add depth and interest to the pages. And it has to be colourful, always!

Kate Robertson said...

I love taking liquid water and a spray bottle and let it do what it will. Interesting backgrounds always result.

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