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How to make an altered playing cards collage with different mixed media techniques #einatkessler #mixedmedia #collage #alteredart #playingcards

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ATCs are wonderful tiny pieces of art that can be swapped, shared, and collected!

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Art is highly subjective. This is why some pieces of art may not get as much attention as you think it would. But when an artist purposefully seeks to…

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A striking business card design by Florian Gallou for La Tanière Du Dahu, a musical and artistic event that's presenting artists from different musical groups. #businesscards #branding #identity #graphicdesign #brandinspiration #branddesign #namecards #typography #wordmark #businesscard #businesscarddesign #illustration

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UPDATE: I AM THRILLED THAT MY DREAM BIG ATC WAS CHOSEN AS A FAVORITE OF 2019 AT SPLITCOASTSTAMPERS!! TRULY HONORED!! Hello Monday, my friends! Welcome back to another fun week with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge! Our theme this week is ATC's, or Artist Trading Cards. An ATC is a small art piece that is 2.5" x 3.5" or 64mm x 89mm. People often like to make and trade them with other creatives. Why not get a group of friends together this week and make and share some ATC's, and be sure…

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Nicole Tinkham When creating artist trading cards, the most important thing is to stand out. You want people to remember you, to recognize your style, and to know your name. You don’t want to be li…

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"Thanks / Thanksgiving" is this week's theme at the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge Blog. I made a stack of cards stating some of the things I'm grateful for. I started by using one of my favorite techniques for covering large spaces with color. I sprayed Strathmore Mixed Media paper with Dylusions Ink, then spritzed some more water on it to blend the colors. Next I added white paint, some of which was applied over a Tim Holtz Splotches stencil. I also punched circles out of some text…

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