Explore 5 Mixed-Media Projects by Guest Artist Finnabair

[On the Blog] Explore 5 Mixed-Media Projects by Guest Artist FinnabairFrom her grungy texture pastes to her mixed-media elements, Finnabair has an aesthetic that is all her own. Explore her projects using her signature layered style and find inspiration for your own stitched, stenciled, collaged, and painted mixed-media art.

1. 1982

[On the Blog] Finnabair Projects: 1982

This layout is a creative piece that contains multiple layers and textures. Overlap papers with doilies and embellishments to create a similar look. Stencil several designs in the different layers for added visual interest and add some stamped designs using found objects to create an organic piece of art.

Click here for a closer look.

 

2. Dream Scrapbook Art Page

[On the Blog] Finnabair Projects: Dream Scrapbook Art Page

Finnabair’s Dream Scrapbook Art Page is a creative layout with multiple layers and textures. She overlapped the different papers with fabric tape, metal flowers and numerals, plus other various embellishemtns.

Click here for a closer look.

 

3. Francoise Journal Page

[On the Blog] Finnabair Projects: Francoise Journal Page

Turn unique pictures into an artistic conversation with this journal page.

Click here for a closer look.

4. Who Am I Project

[On the Blog] Finnabair Projects: Who Am I

In this Who Am I project, Finnabair adds lovely rich colors and accents to a self-portrait in order to create a memory page that’s ripe with emotion.

Click here for a closer look.

 

5. Memories Art Journal Page

[On the Blog] Finnabair Projects: Memories Art Journal Page

This intricate and artistic mixed-media journal page shines with Finnabair’s unique style. She create this multi-layered journal page with lots of texture that includes spray inks, 3D Gloss Gel, stencils, scraps of paper and fabric, and embellishments.

Click here for a closer look.

Want even more inspiration by Finnabair?

Check out the Finnabair Artist Collection.

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[On the Blog] Explore 5 Mixed-Media Projects by Guest Artist FinnabairFrom her grungy texture pastes to her mixed-media elements, Finnabair has an aesthetic that is all her own. Explore her projects using her signature layered style and find inspiration for your own stitched, stenciled, collaged, and painted mixed-media art.

1. 1982

[On the Blog] Finnabair Projects: 1982

This layout is a creative piece that contains multiple layers and textures. Overlap papers with doilies and embellishments to create a similar look. Stencil several designs in the different layers for added visual interest and add some stamped designs using found objects to create an organic piece of art.

Click here for a closer look.

 

2. Dream Scrapbook Art Page

[On the Blog] Finnabair Projects: Dream Scrapbook Art Page

Finnabair’s Dream Scrapbook Art Page is a creative layout with multiple layers and textures. She overlapped the different papers with fabric tape, metal flowers and numerals, plus other various embellishemtns.

Click here for a closer look.

 

3. Francoise Journal Page

[On the Blog] Finnabair Projects: Francoise Journal Page

Turn unique pictures into an artistic conversation with this journal page.

Click here for a closer look.

4. Who Am I Project

[On the Blog] Finnabair Projects: Who Am I

In this Who Am I project, Finnabair adds lovely rich colors and accents to a self-portrait in order to create a memory page that’s ripe with emotion.

Click here for a closer look.

 

5. Memories Art Journal Page

[On the Blog] Finnabair Projects: Memories Art Journal Page

This intricate and artistic mixed-media journal page shines with Finnabair’s unique style. She create this multi-layered journal page with lots of texture that includes spray inks, 3D Gloss Gel, stencils, scraps of paper and fabric, and embellishments.

Click here for a closer look.

Want even more inspiration by Finnabair?

Check out the Finnabair Artist Collection.

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