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"It’s so easy to make a tag or a card using the Vintage Floral collection together with the Traveler’s Journal products. For this tag I layered some of the ephemera on top of each other ,and then added the cluster to a base cut from one of the Vintage Floral papers. The pale blue and mint are a perfect match to the tea-colored neutrals for a fresh summer look!" ~ Riikka

"It’s so easy to make a tag or a card using the Vintage Floral collection together with the Traveler’s Journal products. For this tag I layered some of the ephemera on top of each other ,and then added the cluster to a base cut from one of the Vintage Floral papers. The pale blue and mint are a perfect match to the tea-colored neutrals for a fresh summer look!" ~ Riikka

Just love Dina's cheddar and fuchsia colour combo with a splash of turquoise !!! @dinawakley @ranger_ink @tim_holtz #art #artjournal #artjournaling #artjournalpage #butterfly #butterflies #color #colour #dinawakley #dinawakleymedia #journal #journaling #layers #mixedmedia #mixedmediaart #mixedmediaartist #paint #timholtz #stencil #stamps #rubberstamp

Just love Dina's cheddar and fuchsia colour combo with a splash of turquoise !!! @dinawakley @ranger_ink @tim_holtz #art #artjournal #artjournaling #artjournalpage #butterfly #butterflies #color #colour #dinawakley #dinawakleymedia #journal #journaling #layers #mixedmedia #mixedmediaart #mixedmediaartist #paint #timholtz #stencil #stamps #rubberstamp

mixed media canvas collage (tutorial) by Marjie Kemper Feb16

mixed media canvas collage (tutorial) by Marjie Kemper Feb16

How to Marble Paper Using Shaving Cream (FUN Craft Idea!) – Hip2Save

How to Marble Paper Using Shaving Cream (FUN Craft Idea!) – Hip2Save

128 Likes, 22 Comments - Heart n Soul (@heartnsoulnett) on Instagram: “Making embellishments and stuff for my junk journals - everything is coffee dyed paper, some…”

128 Likes, 22 Comments - Heart n Soul (@heartnsoulnett) on Instagram: “Making embellishments and stuff for my junk journals - everything is coffee dyed paper, some…”