#2 – Adding another Layer: Paper

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Today we are going to add a second layer to our prayer flag projects.

Rule of thumb in mixed media is 6 layers of…whatever. It can be a combination of various paints and fabric pieces, ink layers or embellishments, modeling paste through stencils, and even clay pieces hung from a chain. But today we are going to focus on adding paper to our pieces. This can be done before the paint if you like, too. Often when paper is added to a mixed media piece, the edges are softened by blending them out with paint anyway. But for the piece that I am working on, I don’t want the paper to be lost within the paint, so I am going to add it now.

This video seems a bit lengthy…I apologize!  I promise tomorrow’s will be shorter….I think 🙂

Enjoy the video, and don’t forget to find pleasure in the process of creating your unique piece of art. The journey of discovering your art voice is half the fun!

Today’s supplies:

  • Assorted papers
  • Ink pad
  • Random alphabet stamps
  • Matte medium
  • Collage stick
  • Stabile pencil
  • Small water brush

 

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