I've used a notebook with Canvas rather than paper pages. I like this because of the texture and that the pages are pre-prepared with gesso so that the gelatos work well. You could use a regular mixed media journal (I just don't have one LOL!). I've added some pink 'Bubble Gum' Gelato to each corner.
I've then spritzed a bit of water with a mister and used a aqua brush to blend and move the colour to how I like it.
Next I've used JustRite's new Bokeh Polka Dots Background stamp and stamped over the page (making sure to move the stamp so it's not in the same position for each colour) using Memento Angel Pink, Memento Rose Bud and Memento Peanut Brittle.
I got to this point and thought it was VERY loud, but thankfully you can tone it down with a bit of water! I've used my aquabrush to soften it a bit!
Next I've added a large patch of colour in the form of Butterscotch Gelato. (It's actually a great match for the Peanut Brittle ink!)
I've stamped this beautiful flower image from JustRite's Mums set in Jet Black Stazon. The reason I've used Stazon is that I don't want this to move at all when I'm adding colours, water or other layers.
For a little more interest, I've randomly stamped the flower image in Victorian Velvet Distress Ink over the page.
I've made sure the Stazon was quite dry and coloured the Mums with pink and green Big Brush Pens. I've also used a golden yellow Big Brush Pen for the edges for a little definition.
Next I got a little carried away and stamped all over the canvas using Bokeh Time Clear Set. I've stamped the sentiment in Jet Black, the circle rings in Jet Black and the hearts in Memento Rhubarb Stalk. (I knew I wasn't going to be adding any more water at this stage and that the Memento Ink would be OK.)
I then picked up a fine tipped Molotow paint pen and added random dots and accented the hearts. I've also added a bit more colour to the flowers by using some shimmer paint.
There you have it, one mixed media canvas page.....
I hope you've enjoyed today's tutorial and maybe have a go at creating something in the mixed media style! Thanks for visiting and hope you are inspired to stamp! :)