Roben-Marie 100 Days Blog Hop

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I am very excited today to bring you my latest project for this blog hop with Roben-Marie Smith and her new line of ART POPS™, the 100 Days Collection!

Follow along with me as I create this mixed media art tag using Roben-Marie Smith's new range of Digital Art Pops™ 100 Days Collection. Digital Products are amazing but the choice of what to print them on can be overwhelming! I've printed them onto a printable canvas and then created a grungy patchwork tag. Hand-stitching finishes off the hexagons and of course, found poems!

I used a printable canvas fabric and I cut the cards into hexagon shapes to create this patchwork mixed media tag. The video is coming up next but be sure to scroll along to the end to enter into the competiton we have going with this blog hop!


 


ART POPS™: the mixed media art pieces inspired by the whimsical, saturated pages of Roben-Marie's art journals. ART POPS™ provide bold and fanciful POPS of COLOR for your favorite projects including Project Life, Mail Art, Art Journaling and much more. Rock your world with ART POPS™!

To celebrate the launch of Roben-Marie Smith's new 100 Days ART POPS™ Collection we're giving away not one, but two awesome prizes for this blog hop! There are three spots in Roben-Marie's new online class, Fabrilage that opens on September 13 and I am giving away a set of the Digital 100 Days ART POPS™ Collection to one of my lucky readers!

All you have to do to enter is comment here on my blog and then keep on hopping across to all of the Design Team member's posts, leave a comment on them and be entered with more chances to win.

Here are the links to all of the amazing Design Team Projects so be sure to go and check them all out to be in with the best chance of winning!

Roben Marie

Kristi

Jenni

 

Anna

 

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You can sign up right now for my free online class, Play with Black!

Join me as we delve into the dark side of mixed media! Working with only a few supplies, let’s explore a variety of ways black and its values  can be used to create a gorgeous, layered art journal page.

Black is often a color which is overlooked when working with our mixed media projects. With so many other amazing colors available, it's easy to do.