- White Cardstock
- Gelli Arts Printing Plate
- Tombow Dual Brush Pens Landscape, Secondary and Manga Sets
- Tombow Mono Aqua Liquid Glue
- Tombow Wide Trac Correction Tape
- Ranger Distress Ink Vintage Photo
- Canvas 10″ x 8″
- Stencils, Book Paper and Picture
I started by coloring my Gelli Plate with all of these Tombow Dual Brush Pens. I sprayed some water on top and put my white cardstock right on the plate. I used a brayer to be sure I got color all over the paper.
The paper came out beautiful! I let it dry. Usually when I make a mixed media piece, I go over some areas with gesso. But I had a great idea!! I used some Tombow Wide Trac Correction Tape instead! I used the correction tape and scraped it with a palette knife just like I do with my gesso.
The next step in my process is always using spray ink and stencils. I have this manual air pump to spray the ink with my Tombow Dual Brush Pen through the stencil! Sweet!!
When that is dry, I start stamping. Again, I used my black Dual Brush Pen to ink up my stamps. I even put the ink on a circle cup I have and stamped some circles on my piece.
Then I used my Tombow Mono Aqua Liquid Glue to adhere my book paper and picture. Mono Aqua glue is the best for paper adhesion. Remember, the markers are water based so the glue will reactivate them.
I used the Aqua glue on all the edges of the paper and behind the picture and book paper and adhered this to a canvas! I went around the canvas with some distress ink, the only non-Tombow product I used.
And that’s it! A perfect mixed media piece of work using *almost* only Tombow products!! I really challenged myself with this piece and I love it! I am going to put it up in my house!
I can’t wait to see what you make!!
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