Wednesday, 27 September 2017

Guest Designer - Preeti Datta - Part II


Second post of the day!! We have a great treat for all Mixed Media Buddies!! yeah!! we are here today with Preeti Dutta’s Guest Design Post Part II. If you missed part one dont miss to see her Super CAS cards here, without wasting time, lets do and see what she has for us... 

Hi friends!
I’m back with Part 2. If you missed the first part of my GD post, you can check it out here.
Today, I will be sharing Mixed Media Projects. Let’s get started!


Bookmark 1

Mudra Supplies Used: Peacock stamp

Bookmark 2

Mudra Supplies Used: Doodle Cluster Stencil, Stamps- Old Script & Bookmark

Bookmark 3

Mudra Supplies Used: Rose Stencil, Stamps- Washi tape, Go confident, Wild Rose

For these bookmarks, I have created the background by blending few colors of gelatos. Then, did random stamping (with black archival ink) and/or stenciling (with distress oxide and distress ink). The basic intent was to create interest and layers without adding bulk.

Mixed Media Card 1

Mudra Supplies Used: Stamps- Wild Rose, Washi tape, Old Script & Elegant Damask; Doodle Cluster Stencil

This is a dimensional vintage card. Did stenciling with modeling paste to create texture. Some of the layers have background stamping. White Gesso was used to prep the base and color was added using ink sprays, distress ink and gelatos.

Mixed Media Card 2

Mudra Supplies Used: Stamps- Peacock, Wild Rose, Go Confident; Doodled Cluster Stencil

This is a dimensional mixed media card. I’ve used lace here along with thread. Have added modeling paste through a stencil here and then colored it with ink sprays. In the end, added splatter with white gesso. 

Mixed Media Layout


Mudra Supplies Used: Stamps- Brushed Alphas, Leaves, Floral Silhouette & Old Script; Doodle Cluster Stencil; Sequins- Neon Green

I wanted to create a Mixed Media Layout with a calm forest feel and hence, have used a green color palette.  Have done background stenciling with archival ink and a sponge and then stamped over top with multiple stamps in various shades of green. Have used burlap, corrugated cardstock, die cuts, flowers & gauze for creating dimension and interest. The title #peace is stamped using the Mudra brushed alphas set. It is a great stamp to own since you can create your own sentiments with it.

That’s it from me. Thanks a lot to Mudra Stamps & Varshitha for having me here, I had a great time creating.

Hope you all liked what I shared.
Would love to read your wonderful comments.

Stay Blessed and Happy Crafting.”

WOWIES!! Did you see those gorgeous tags and such a detailed Mixed Media art!! Mudra stamps can be extensively used in Mixed Media Cards, Projects and layouts, and Preeti Dutta has done a mind blowing projects to inspire you!!! 

Mudra stamps are now available at the following Retailers:

Art and Craft Store - Noida
The Craft Store, Srilanka
Papercurves, UAE
Scrapbook Boutique, Australia