Friday, July 26, 2013

Mixed Media--TSG New Releases--Day 4

Today wraps up the new releases and oh boy is it a fun one.  For those of you looking for great mixed media stamps, this is the set!


Mixed Media Backgrounds from Tobi Crawford is perfect for all you Mixed Media crafters, but is also fabulous for cards, scrapbook pages, and other projects.

Mixed Media Backgrounds is a 4x6 set that includes a total of 19 stamps and will sell for $15.00.

Handwritten is a mixture of fabulous fonts and styles, perfect for adding that personal
 touch to any card or project.



Handwritten is a 4x6 set that includes 16 stamps and will sell for $15.oo.



     My first play with these amazing sets was completely on vellum, but I just couldn't make it work as a card.  So I went smaller with the vellum and used the same stamps on the yellow chevron paper to make a background for the star squares.  I am by no means a great stamper, but this was really fun and I even broke out some NON-black ink to make that swipe for the sentiment.  WOW!   LOL  There's no way you can't have fun with these stamps.
     Would you like to win the new Mixed Media Backgrounds and Handwritten stamp sets? Here is what you need to do- visit the Trendsetter’s blogs that are participating in each of the blog hop challenges below and comment on their creations as you go. One of the Trendsetter’s blogs (from each hop day) will be randomly chosen as the ‘it’ blog and a winner will be picked using a random number generator from the comments left on that Trendsetter’s Blog Hop Challenge post.
You will not know which blog has been chosen so the more you comment on the better your chances are of winning new stamps! The Blog Hop Challenges will be open until 5 PM Eastern Time Saturday, July 27th with the winner being announced during the release party chat.


Supplies:
Paper--My Mind's Eye "The Sweetest Thing--Tangerine", Recollections, Georgia Pacific, Paper Studio vellum
Stamps--There She Goes Clear Stamps "Mixed Media Background Builders" and "Handwritten"
Ink--Jet Black Archival ink, Memento London Fog, Versamark, Zig Vellum Writer
Tools--Marvy Uchida heat gun
Miscellaneous--Stampendous white embossing powder

40 comments:

wendy said...

WOW love your creation, fab colors and fun mixed media!

Nancy said...

Gorgeous card, Tracy! That looks like a really fun set! I've just finished a mixed media project and that would have been perfect! Have a great weekend! :o)

Tracey said...

Love this! Gorgeous!!

Carla S. said...

Gorgeous card, Tracy! A beautiful and creative design!

heidy said...

Fab card Tracy!!
XXX Heidy

Sharla said...

Fun!! Love the cap lid stamps and the smudges, so cool!

Audrey Pettit said...

Oh, wow, what a fun card! Really awesome! I am struck by the contrast of the grungy, doodled stamping look with the bold graphic papers. Fabulous combo!

MiamiKel said...

What a classy and elegant card design - so dynamic!

Miriam Prantner said...

Loving the stamping on patterned paper, the vellum, and these fun new stamps!

Ros Crawford said...

This is lovely!! I love the stars and what fun stamps!

Ira Huberts said...

Those stamps are fun! These are true Italian stars, for they remind me of spaghetti ;-) Hugs, Ira
irascreacorner.blogspot.nl

Lisa M said...

I dare say it appears you let your inhibitions run wild on this one...I LOVE IT!!! The fun zaniness of this card is fantastic; especially the swipe!! :)

Heather said...

I think you underestimate yourself when you say you aren't a great stamper--this is a fabulous card!! Those circles are so fun and the "swipe" is the perfect touch to your sentiment.

Sue - bearhouse said...

Fabulous card Tracy, a really great way to use those brilliant images.
Hugs Sue xx

Crafters Guild Sisters said...

Oh Wow! I love this, Tracy. The black just pops off that yellow. So striking!!

tobi crawford said...

Your stamping on the patterned paper is amazing. I love that look of the black on the soft yellow. Great job!!

Indy said...

{sigh} I am in awe of this card! Love the colors, the layout, the images! Lovely!

Karen (karey2005) said...

What a fun card! Love the interesting designs!

Sue D said...

Very fun and festive card!

Sabrina said...

What a cool and neat looking card!!

aknancy said...

great card! love the fact it can be male/female card!

Mary J said...

I love how you used the set, Tracy - gorgeous layout too!

Mary-Anne V said...

Love the use of the stamps, chevrons and the great colour combo on this card.

Dawn @ LilyPinkScraps said...

Oooooooh, really like this one! Very different and so striking :)

Bill Ali said...

Fabulous colours, fresh and eye popping

Heather P. said...

Too cool!!

Anonymous said...

I'm so so so so scared of mixed media it's not even funny, but you make it look so easy !!!
Well done!!

Jessica said...

this is awesome! love it! :)

Kathya said...

Wow, this is an amazing card Tracy! Love the combination of colors, it looks like purchased DP papers. And the swipe you did under the sentiment, I thought it was part of the stamp! Great card.

Hugs, Kathya

arlsmom aka Lynda said...

wonderful design and colors!

Carmen Mitchell said...

Super cute... Here is another must have from There she Goes Stamps

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

Love the color and design. Great card. TFS

Cathy said...

Love that yellow and white. The stars are so pretty. Great stamp set.

Janis said...

Lots of understated drama in this card. Love it!
<3 J

Olivia said...

Great color palette and layout.

PapierGirl said...

Awesome design and colors!

Cindi Flass said...

Beautiful card!

Desire Fourie said...

Tracy this is absolutely stunning and I love how you did the sentiment.
Hugs
Desíre
{Doing Life – my personal blog}

Sassy Raggedy said...

Very pretty Tracy...I love this wonderful design...Hugz, joann

Bonnie Irvine said...

This card looks simple at first glance but there is so much going on...layers of stamping. Love it! The swoosh behind the sentiment is very cool...great way to highlight it. The stars look amazing. Fabulous way to spotlight them. I have to take a closer look at this set. You've got me intrigued :)