Saturday, August 12, 2017

Mixed Media with MISTI and lots of fabulous products.

Hello!  Today I am sharing a card made with a variety of my favorite products and techniques.




This truly is a MIXED Mixed Media card!  LOL  This one has it all...  Stamping, coloring, stenciling, die cutting, embossing... the list goes on.  There's so much here, I decided to make a video to explain it all!




11 comments:

  1. Very nice Chris, you did a great job. Thank you.

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  2. Gorgeous card and great job on the video! Looked very professional! I am also brand new on YouTube and doing videos so I appreciate how hard it is to get that down! I became a subscriber and gave it a thumbs up because I know how much that means to fellow YTbers trying to get going! I would have left a comment there too but the comments were shut off so came back here to leave some love:)

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  3. Very good job Chris! I enjoyed your video. Look forward to your next one.

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  4. Beautiful! Thank you for the detailed instructions. Could you please tell me where you bought the corners for the Misti? Thank you Chris.

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    1. You can find them easily here!

      http://www.mysweetpetunia.com/product-p/retailset-of-creative-corners-.htm

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  6. Hi Chris, Congratulations on a great video! I do have a question on the Tombow adhesive on the unmounted stamp. I'm pretty sure it won't leave any residue on the Misti but If it does, what will remove it? I got some on my desk and need to get it off. It's driving me nuts!

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    1. I have an aerosol can of adhesive remover called Stick-Away. I've used that on my desk often to remove glues and spray adhesive type over sprays.

      The key to the Tombow is to apply very very thinly, and let it dry completely. I even take a bit of the tackiness off by sticking the stamp to my tshirts first as well.

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  7. Lovely card! Awesome tutorial. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. Very pretty, thanks for sharing and inspiring us.

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  9. I love the white on white with the embossing paste. You did a beautiful job with the card and also your video. Looking forward to more.

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