Mixed Media with Shari Carroll: Limited Edition
Welcome, everyone, and happy Sunday! I’ve made another framed piece for my house, this time, something clean and simple with soft tones of blue.
I’m all about texture so I started out with a Dina Wakely Canvas board and cut it down to the size I wanted. I added swipes of Gesso and Tim Holtz Crackle paste. This gave me canvas cloth, smooth, and crackle.
I watered down some Speckled Egg Distress paint to highlight the crackle and get into the texture of the canvas.
I die-cut the Leafy Branch 4 times and stacked them up. Then I used torn paper to add to the back of the stack. I put a strip of Mummy Cloth on the canvas and glued the branch in place. I put the canvas in an 8×10″ frame with a 5×7″ mat board.
I hope I’ve sparked some inspiration for you to create something for your home. Enjoy!
Absolutely stunning. Mission accomplished, so soft and elegant.
WOW! WOW! Love your art. Your videos are fantastic . I love to watch them. I learn a lot from you. Thank you for all your videos.
I love your project! Thank you for sharing.
I was wondering if you can use alcohol ink on that
Dina Wakely art board.
A simple look and beautiful!
Shari, your mixed media projects are so, so amazing. You inspire me with your beautiful art. Thank you.
Gorgeous creation, thanks for the video!
Love this piece. So simple yet so beautiful! Thanks for sharing it with us.
Amazing!!!! I love it!!
Very pretty. I like the colors and textures.
Wonderful as always!! I love your videos and your talent – thank you so much for all you share!
I don’t usually think of “clean and simple” along with “mixed media.” But this truly is! Love it!
BEAUTIFULLY DONE, Shari!!!! LOVING the new color from Tim Holtz too! JUST added a few things to my cart you’ve showed us!!! THANKS SHARI!!! ;)<3
So beautiful and artsy!!
Love the torn patterns for the leaves, great piece!
B. E. A. U. T. I. F. U. L. So serene and soft
This is really beautiful
Fabulous texture in the background! Lovely piece.
Beautiful! How did you get the crackle effect? Was it just with the distress medium?
What a gorgeous creation! I love all the texture & that wonderful soft color!
WOW!!! So So pretty!