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Wednesday, 3 January 2018

Review 2017 of Mixed Media Projects

Good Morning Crafty Friends,

Today I am treating you all to a review of my mixed media projects from last year.

This year I plan on creating a lot more mixed media projects. 
I will especially be doing more Acrylic Pours too.


Artist Palette - You Tube Video 


Cog Girl - You Tube Video


Neglected Tools of the Trade - You Tube Video


Altered Paint Brush - You Tube Video


Friends - You Tube Video


Powetex Canvas


Powertex Bride


Acrylic Pour


Autumn Leaves


Google Earth

Thank you for visiting today and I hope you enjoy your day!
Happy Crafting!


15 comments:

scrAPpamondo said...

A fab array of your mixed media! Great works!

Jennifer Kray said...

Stunning mixed media projects, Linda! x

Jennifer Bradley said...

You have created some fabulous mixed media project last year and looking forward to seeing what this year brings. Hugs Jennifer xx

KarinsArtScrap said...

these are still very beautiful and gorgeous projects Linda
Gr Karin

Laine said...

Great projects Linda.
xx

Shabneez said...

Stunning projects! Love them all Linda. Shabneez x

Nana Connie said...

Well, I'm home from my travels and poured myself a cuppa, settled in for a long look at your YouTube posts only to discover that my speakers have stopped working while I was gone. :( OK, I'll go visit your other posts instead and come back to these when I figure out the speaker solution. :-D

cuilliesocks said...

Amazing projects Linda, you are so creative, love the lady with cogs for hair,Kate x

cuilliesocks said...

Amazing projects Linda, you are so creative, love the lady with cogs for hair,Kate x

Kate M said...

Awesome collection of fabulous projects Linda.
Hugs
xx

Donna Ellis said...

Wow! What fabulous use of steampunk elements on your amazing woman, Linda! Happy new year. May it be fantastic in all your endeavors.

Ryoma Sakamoto.Japan said...

ARIGATOU(Thank you so much!!)
I hope you and your family have a wonderful holiday and a prosperous new year!
On Japanese New Year ‘s customs;
Adults put money in a special envelope and give it to children.
This is called “otoshidama” and many children look forward to it very much!
Ryoma.

Fikreta said...

oh those are so amazing projects!
hugs

Brawny said...

Amazing creations Linda x

Flo Langley said...

Fantastic creations. Looking forward to seeing more of your mixed media projects.
Hugs Flo x