Art Journaling, Mixed Media, Mixed Media Projects
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Just Wandering?

I made my own art journal using hot press water-colour paper and it’s wonderful to work in. The video tutorial, by the wonderful Teesha Moore, is on my Youtube channel. I find that higher quality acrylic paints (Golden, Tri-Art) are easier to write on because my pens don’t get caked up in paint so they write fluidly on the acrylic background. I’d love it if you’d leave me a comment and let me know what you think.

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Kudos & love for: design, creativity, innovative thinking. A bit about "seena." It's a family nickname and I often use it interchangeably with my given name, forgetting that those who don't know me personally might be confused. For example, my Twitter handle is @seenayoung, but the blog is Christina Lorraine Young. My Etsy shop is StudioSeena. Christina or seena... it's all me!

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  1. Christina I love your page, and about the pens or markers I need to tell you I struggled for a long time with writing or drawing on acrylics for the same reason, but now I found a marker/pen that runs on every surface that I tried till now, it’s German made and it’s called Molotow, well have no idea if you have them around you, but it is an unbelievable quality. Not talking about the different types, you have aqua, graphx and acrylic.

  2. Christina, I love your page too. Another great pen to use on acrylics and all other mediums is Christy Tomlinson’s Scarlet Lime black pen. It writes over anything with a smooth line and never gets crusty or scratchy. If you are interested in these pens, go to Scarlet Lime shop. They are not expensive and you can purchase one or two to see if you like them. Again, these are pens, not markers like the Molotows.

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