Love This Life: Mixed Medium with Shari Carroll

Mixed Medium with Shari Carroll

Welcome to the blog my friends and Happy Saturday!  I’ve been playing with some paints… and oh what fun I had!

I started off with the Tim Holtz Etcetera Small Tag, it’s perfect for these types of projects. I coated it first with white gesso and then added torn pieces of Tim Holtz Tissue Wrap. From there I started finger painting with Dina Wakley’s paints in Blushing, Lime, TangerineTurquoise and White. This are a yummy combination of colors if you’re not sure where to start with paints!

Shari Carroll, mixed medium

Once the paints were dry, I cut out shapes to create a house and glued it in place on the tag. I painted it first then went back over with Distress Crayons Peacock Feathers, Peeled Paint, a little bit of Spiced Marmalade and Vintage Photo.

Shari Carroll, mixed medium

I used a couple stencils on the house to add some detail added a heart and edged everything with a black Stampers Big Brush pen. These pens are great for smudging and moving color around before they dry. For my splatters, I diluted some black gesso and tapped it onto the tag with a paint brush.

mixed medium, Shari Carroll

There are a few other details that I did for this project and I’ve filmed the complete process in 2 videos. You can view them below or on our YouTube channel here. Part 1Part 2.

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Thanks for stopping by today. I hope I’ve given you some inspiration to play around with some paints to create a fun project!

  1. What a fantastic project – I just love it! Thanks so much for your videos showing all the steps and products too!!

  2. It was totally fascinating to watch your process for creating this amazing mixed media project. Absolutely love your creation!

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