Mixed Media Bible Journaling and Card With Color By Faith Stamps

Joy Clair Stamps

Hello everyone… I have two mixed media projects to share with you that I created using the newest Color By Faith stamp sets. It is a Bible Journaling page and a mixed media card.

I am journaling the passage from the Gospel of Luke chapter 11, verse 1 through 13. It is about the Lord’s Prayer. The prayer that Jesus taught His disciples to pray for. And in this prayer, we can learn how to pray, too. Also, Jesus reminds us that words that come out from our mouth are not suppose just empty words. When we pray it means that we ask God, we seek Him, we knock on His door. Jesus is the door!

Both projects today are also shared at Joy Clair Blog. On this page, I used the I Am stamp set and Broken Brick background stamp.

I started with creating the background. First, I applied a thin layer of clear gesso with brush. Next, I stamped the door from the I Am stamp set with Memento Rich Cocoa Ink Pad. I created a mask by stamping it again on post it note and fussy cut it with scissors.

And then, I scribble Leisure Art watercolored pencil all over the page and blended the color with watercolor brush. I dried it with craft heater tool. Next, I added some shadow around the door with grey watercolored pencil and waterbrush. Dried it with craft heater.

Next step is I added masks on the Bible verses and the door. After the watercoloring step, I stamped the Broken Brick background stamp all over the page with Memento Rich Cocoa. I did not use acrylic block, stamped it using my hand.

I stamped the words – ask, seek, knock – with VersaFine Onyx Black on a white cardstock, then I fussy cut around the words with micro-tip scissors. I added the cut out words with dries-clear adhesive glue. I added some shadow around the word with grey watercolored pencil and waterbrush.

For the door, I colored it with Leisure Arts Watercolored Pencils and waterbrush. For the sentiment, I stamped it and fussy cut it. I added it on top of the door image with dries-clear adhesive glue.

For my second project, it is a mixed media card with You Got This stamp set. I created the background by scribbleing Gelatos Metallic sticks on watercolor paper, and blended the colors with baby wipe. I dried it with craft heater.

Next, I used the Bubble ARTplorations Stencil and White Gelato to add some circles on it. After that I drew the circles around each white bubble with Faber-Castell PITT Artist Pen. It is permanent india ink pen.

I added some white splatters on the background panel with white acrylic paint. I dried the panel with craft heater and trimmed it smaller than the card base. I added the finished panel on the card with dries-clear adhesive glue.

For the sentiment, I stamped one of the sentiments on a white cardstock with VersaFine Clair Nocturne ink pad and VersaFine Clair Warm Breeze ink pad using Mini MISTI. I dried it with craft heater and then, I cut and embossed it with ODBD Large Banner Dies. I added the sentiment banner on the card with 3D foam tape.

Thank you so much for stopping by today and I hope you all enjoy the projects. Have wonderful day!

Mixed Media Card – Be Still and Flow

Graciellie Design

Hello everyone… Happy Friday! Today, I have mixed media card to share with you all. On this card, I used Artist Trading Cards to create the background.

Last week, I created these Artist Trading Cards using digital stamp, stencil, art spray paints, Gelatos, and texture paste. On this blog post, I shared the steps how I created these ATCs.

I used the rest of the ATC cards I had to create that background. I simply arranged them on top of a white card base and secured them with dries-clear adhesive glue.

I used Black Gelatos to add more black shade around the edge of card to match the rest of the ATCs.

In the middle of the card, I added some natural twine ribbon shaped it like a wreath, tied up a ribbon, and I added it on the side of the twine wreath. I added some more dries-clear permanent adhesive on the twine wreath to hold them in place.

I added the sentiment on top of the twine wreath with 3D Foam tape.

I hope you all enjoy this project today. Thank you so much for stopping by today!

Mixed Media ATC Cards – Dream On

Graciellie Design

Hello every one… Are you all ready for Fall? I know I am… I am dreaming of the cooler weather. Today, I have a set of ATC cards to share with you all.

On these ATC cards, I use digital stamp, stencil, texture paste, spray paints, and Gelato sticks. I also use cool color combo.

I started with printing the feather image from Graciellie Design – Obsessively Grateful Digital Stamp. I open the image with Photoshop and then resized it. I duplicated the images to fill the 8.5″ x 11″ (letter size) space. I printed it on a mixed media paper using inkjet printer.

Using craft heater tool, I dried the printed image and then start sprayed the Marabu Art Sprays on it. Then I dried it again.

I trimmed the paper into 2.5″ x 3.5″ using paper trimmer. I ended up with 9 ATC card bases that ready to be use.

I added more splatters on them. I used the spray bottle nozzle from this Marabu Art Spray. I flicked the paint all over the page. I dabbed some of the ink off with paper towel.

After the ink dried, I added some shadow around the edges of the cards. I added the Black Gelato on each card edges and then using my finger to blend the color with circular motion.

I added some texture on the background using The Crafter’s Workshop – 6 x 6 Doodling Template – Specimens and The Crafters Workshop – White Gesso.

When the gesso dried, I added some glue on the embossed images and feathers using glue pen. I let it dried until it looked clear but still tacky, and then I added the silver foil paper on top of them. I rubbed it gently with my finger to transfer the foil on the images.

To decorate the cards, I used the sentiments that comes from the same digital stamp set. I resized them and printed them on a heavyweight cardstock. Then I trimmed them with scissors.

I added each sentiment on each card with some of the natural twine ribbon and mini staplers.

They are done. I hope you all like these cards today. Thank you so much for stopping. Have wonderful day!


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Anything Goes #350-#351


More Mixed Media Challenge

Thankful For You

A Jillian Vance Design

Hello everyone… Today is kindda sad for me… It is my last post as a member of A Jillian Vance Design Team. But, I am so thankful!!!

I am so thankful to have opportunities in the last 2 years with this amazing team and family. I am inspired by Jillian, Bunny, and the other team members. I am thankful for you all, A Jillian Vance Design fans, too, for all of your supports.

I am sharing this card at A Jillian Vance Design Blog as my last post there.

On the background, I added light watercolor washes using flat brush and Gold Finetec Paint on a watercolor paper. I dried it with craft heater and then I cut it with the Flower Burst Cover Plate. I added it on a brown card with dries-clear adhesive.

For the pumpkins and leaves, I use Catherine Pooler inks to colored. I LOVE these inks! After painting each of the pumpkin and leaves cut outs, I dried the with craft heater. And then I arranged the leaves on the pumpkin with dries-clear adhesive. I added natural twine bow on to of it. I added the pumpkin on the card with 3D foam tape.

And I cut out one of the Sentiment Banners die with white cardstock, and then I stamped the sentiment from Hello Fall stamp set with Midnight CP ink. I added it on top of the pumpkin with dries-clear adhesive and 3D foam tape.

I hope you all enjoy this card and inspired to create! Thank you so much for stopping by today! Hope you all have a wonderful day!



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Anything Goes – Weeks #348- #349

Simon Says: Fall/Autumn

Mixed Media CAS Card ~ Sending Happy Thoughts

Graciellie Design

Hello everyone… Happy Saturday. I hope you all have a great week and enjoy this weekend with your loved ones. Today, I am sending happy thoughts on your way through this mixed media, CAS card!

I am using Graciellie Design – Happiness Digital Stamp Set. I printed the image and sentiment on a white cardstock with inkjet printer a day before so the ink would be dry well for the coloring.

I colored the jar with Arteza Real Brush Pens, Wink of Stella Clear Glitter Brush, and UniBall White Gel Pen. After the coloring, I dried it with craft heater and then fussy cut it with micro-tip scissors.

I trimmed the sentiment into a sentiment label.

For the background, I used watercolor paper and sprayed it with Fireworks! Craft Spray (Rose Bud and Angel Pink) and Heidi Swapp Color Shine Citron. I also added some splatters with the same sprays.

I dried the panel with craft heater and trimmed it in angle. I added it on a A2 white card with dries-clear adhesive glue.

Then I added the jar and sentiment banner on the card with 3D fun foam and dries-clear adhesive glue.

That’s the card for today. I hope you all enjoy it. Thank you for stopping by and have wonderful day!


I link up at:

Simon Says: Food and/or Drink

Anything Goes – Weeks #348- #349