Tutorials

Click the photograph to view the tutorial!  Some are stepped out and some are videos.

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Using Gesso As A Resist Video Tutorial

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Stained Glass Effect

Pouring Paint Video Tutorial

Pouring Paint Video Tutorial

"Gracefully Let Go" Canvas + Video Tutorial

“Gracefully Let Go” Canvas + Video Tutorial

Earth Tag w/ Texture Paste Video Tutorial

Earth Tag w/ Texture Paste Video Tutorial

"Closer to God" Layout + Video Tutorial

“Closer to God” Layout + Video Tutorial

Soft Impressions for Autumn

Soft Impressions for Autumn Video Tutorial

Painting and Drawing That's EZ

Painting and Drawing That’s EZ Video Tutorial

 

Romantic Inking Stepped Out Tutorial

Romantic Inking Stepped Out Tutorial

Maximizing Dry Embossing Potential Video Tutorial

Maximizing Dry Embossing Potential Video Tutorial

Creating and Accentuating Hills and Valleys Mixed Media Video Tutorial

Creating and Accentuating Hills and Valleys Mixed Media Video Tutorial

Spontaneous Color Mixing

Spontaneous Color Mixing

Upcycled Wellness Journal

Upcycled Wellness Journal

Rubbing Alcohol Resist Video Tutorial

Rubbing Alcohol Resist Video Tutorial

Upcycled Corrugate Art Panels Video Tutorial

Upcycled Corrugate Art Panels Video Tutorial

Mixed Media Seed Packet Video Tutorial

Mixed Media Seed Packet Video Tutorial

Accentuating Edges Mixed Media Video Tutorial

Accentuating Edges Mixed Media Video Tutorial

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Emerging in Spring, a video tutorial

Using Household Items

Using Household Items – Video

Subtle Complementaries Mixed Media Video Tutorial

Subtle Complementaries Mixed Media Video Tutorial

Hydrangeas with Papercrafter Crayons

Hydrangeas with Papercrafter Crayons – Video

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Finding Shapes and Paths Video Tutorial

Repetition and Scale, a video tutorial

Repetition and Scale, a video tutorial

Burning Your Fibers

Burning Your Fibers – Video

Surface Treatment Techniques Video

Surface Treatment Techniques Video

Mixed Media Mini Album Video Tutorial, "Inspired by the Sea."

Mixed Media Mini Album Video Tutorial, “Inspired by the Sea.”

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Upcycled Corrugate Box Video

Profile

Ruched Rosette Stepped Out Tutorial

"Seeds," Incorporating Texture Video Tutorial

“Seeds,” Incorporating Texture Video Tutorial

"Thrive," Fluidity in Mixed Media Compositions Video Tutorial

“Thrive,” Fluidity in Mixed Media Compositions Video Tutorial

Techniques with Water Soluble Media for Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft

Techniques with Water Soluble Media for Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft –
Video Tutorial

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Watercolors and Salt Video Tutorial

"Telling Hands" Mixed Media Layout Video Tutorial

“Telling Hands” Mixed Media Layout Video Tutorial

VIbrant Watercolored Effects with Distress Inks

VIbrant Watercolored Effects with Distress Inks Stepped Out Tutorial

Mixed Media for an Eerie Halloween – Dry and Heat Embossing Video Tutorial

Traditionally Ribbonworked Daisy Video Tutorial

Traditionally Ribbonworked Daisy Video Tutorial

Pop 'N Cuts Go Grunge

Pop ‘N Cuts Go Grunge Video Tutorial

A Garden Journal Video Tutorial

Faux Granite Technique Video

Rice Paper and Watercolors Video

Gingerbread Technique Video

Lacquered Leaves Video

12 thoughts on “Tutorials

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    • Hi Terresa! I have a few different brands, including M. Graham, DaVinci, Holbein, Daniel Smith. I like them all for different reasons. Cheap Joe’s is a great source for watercolor paints, and I often just wait until I see a good sale and then pick some up.

    • If you are referring to the art journal pages, there is almost always dripping, but that is kind of the beauty of art journals. if you are referring to the watercolor block that i use, it is very thick and never bleeds through. i use a rather expensive Arches watercolor block. very worth it, too.

  2. I love your works, I watch your video tutorials almost everyday, and try to make similar stuff, just to learn different techniques. I`ve made some cards using techniques you show, and ( I`m not too modest) I think they`re quite good, even though I had to substitute some of the materials for what I have at home or for what I can prepare myself. I make the texture paste from kitchen ingredients, make my own mists and stuff. I really enjoy reading your page. Greetings from Poland

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  4. Hej Vivian,
    Really love your tutorials. Some of them specially the mixed media ones are so beautiful. Your way of explaining the techniques and the deeper thought behind them is heartwarming .
    I really hope that you will put some new ones on your site.
    I was always just playing with watercolour but had the feeling that I was missing something, that there was a bit more than just paint and paper.
    Lots of love from Sweden, Anna

  5. I recently viewed your youtube of Himalayan poppies and wonder WHICH of the Scraps of Darkness do you subscribe to each month? There seems to be a couple to choose from.

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