Mixed Media Artist: Andrea Ockey Parr

Hi readers! Happy Tuesday to you! Welcome to this month’s addition of mixed media “eye candy”! This month’s spotlight is on Andrea Ockey Parr, an artist that we are fortunate and happy to say that she is also on our Monday Challenge blog each week creating something inspirational! Their latest challenge, A is for…  just started! Give it a go!

Take a moment to enjoy these fabulous pieces, and be sure to pop by Andrea’s blog for even more inspiration!

Below we’ve shared a few of the key ingredients in Andrea’s featured projects below. We hope you enjoy this spotlight on Andrea Ockey!

Featured projects:

Lucky Lady Collage, Where My Heart is Valentine, Day Planner Cards, and Butterfly Bracelet.

SSS Hint of Clover

SSS Red and Pink

SSS From Up in the Clouds

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Thanks for reading today, and thanks to Andrea for allowing us to spotlight some of her projects to inspire you!

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  1. Those are some gorgeous inspirational pieces! I’ve never seen a “planner” project that I resonated with before, but I really like what Andrea has done with these. I think I should try some of these techniques in my pocket-page scrapbooking.

  2. I have been following Andrea for a while now, her creations are so colorful and unique and VERY inspirational! So I am so happy to see this month’s spotlight is on her!!! A usual beautiful projects today:)

  3. Oh!! I love, love, love the Where My Heart Is valentine!!! That is just fabulous!! Thanks for sharing!! =)

  4. WOW! Her projects are awesome! I checked out her blog and I love all of the inspiration! She is so creative!

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