Mixed Media Morsels & more

Tips, Ideas, and Inspiration

Okay, full disclosure here… my art room – probably just like yours – turns into a hot mess at times. As creative individuals, we have, and use, a lot of stuff! This can be both a blessing and a curse. Creating art, using purchased items, as well as repurposing junk pieces, can be very rewarding. …

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In my Mixed Media Morsels YouTube video series for 2020, I am creating a small, fabric-covered traveler’s notebook-style journal, and altering the pages of a checkbook register sewn inside it. The series is called Mixed Media Morsels Motivations, and I’m providing one motivational quote each month so that everyone participating can use it on their …

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A few days ago, I had fun creating in the old book I’m altering, making a page that featured a large, colorful butterfly. This page came about because I had some small, water colored paper scraps that I just couldn’t throw away. I had saved these beautiful scraps to hopefully use in a mixed media …

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Wooo Hoooo! It’s time for another giveaway and it’s very easy to enter! Just click here to watch my Doodled Painted Paper video on YouTube and look for the Secret Word. Then click this link Cat’s Giveaway on Rafflecopter and follow the directions to enter. You will be asked to give the Secret Word when entering. …

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I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and enjoyed your holidays. I was blessed with  another special Christmas with my family, making so many great memories. And now, 2018 is already right around the corner! We often think of a new year as a THE time to start over or try something new. We …

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For the past few weeks, I’ve been having a great time altering puzzle pieces, making hanging ornaments out of them. So I decided to make one for my Mixed Media Morsels, Main Dish #8 video. If you haven’t seen it yet, you can click here to watch. These little ornaments are just over 2 inches tall …

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