TSG Blog Hop Challenge Day 4 - Handwritten / Mixed Media Backgrounds

July 26, 2013

It's final day of this month's TSG sneak peeks. Today we are showing you two stamp sets designed by SUPER talented Trendsetter, Tobi!



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 10 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.

As you know I'm not a Mixed Media crafter, so I don't have any ingredients for Mixed Media. But I tried to get some "Mixed Media-like" look on my card. Ha ha!


First I stamped a big flower image from Dream In Color set twice with black ink onto a patterned paper and added shade using Copics. Then I stamped a dotty stamp from Mixed Media Backgrounds with Cloud White ink (Versa Magic) and a couple of circle images with Rich Cocoa ink (Memento).


I daubed Cloud White ink (Versa Magic) on a couple of wood butterflies directly, then stamped the dotty pattern with Rich Cocoa ink (Memento).

Would you like to win the new Mixed Media Backgrounds and Hadwritten 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.


30 comments:

  1. gorgeous mixed media creation!!!

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  2. You certainly did a great job with the mixed media look. I love how you stamped on the wood butterfly..too cute!

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  3. WOW, this is over the top gorgeous! So much detail to your card, from the stamped wood to the overall media mix - just fabulous!

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  4. I love this card! The white ink over the orange looks wonderful and I love that you used the big flower stamp too!

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  5. This might not be your normal style but I think you've done a smashing job with it! This card is just lovely.

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  6. Wow! A gorgeous card! It definitely looks like "mixed media" to me! I love the dark brown and white stamped on the orange, it's such a great look.

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  7. Ummmm you should definitely get into mixed media because you are amazing at it!! My favourite part is what you did with the sentiment!!

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  8. WOW WOW WOW!!! Gorgeous card, Torico!! This is my favourite I've seen with this set! Fabulous work.

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  9. Wowza! This is spectacular!

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  10. Such a vibrant color - love the background stamp too!

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  11. You achieved a great mixed media look!

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  12. very interesting mixed media card!! love it
    thanks for sharing

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  13. Great monochromatic look and use of the stamps.

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  14. this is just beautiful!!! your mixed media look is awesome! :)

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

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  16. Love the colors in your card, and of course the greeting is a must have. Very nice card.

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  17. Wonderful. Love the handwritten sentiment from the set!
    <3 J

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  18. Beautiful - love all the detail!

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  19. Beautiful card! I love your papers and colors.

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  20. Fab card, I love your mixed media effect!

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  21. you totally got the mixed media look going with this card! Love it! Love those flowers added in with the Mixed Media!

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