It’s mixed media Tuesday and let’s have some fun in my art journal, playing with many mixed media techniques! I have a really beautiful project for today using a door as my focal point from the Magnolia Hues collection, by Dress My Craft. Check out the step by step video below and scroll down for close-up photos and list of supplies.

video tutorial

You can enjoy the video below or at my YouTube channel

close-up photos


Below you can find a list of all the products used today. Links to multiple online shops are available, just click the logo below each item. Affiliate links used where possible at no extra cost to you.

Magnolia Hues Collection – Collection…
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Magnolia Hues Collection 12 x 12…
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Magnolia Hues – Motif Sheets
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Magnolia Hues – 6 x 6 Paper Pad
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Studio Light Essentials
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Tim Holtz – Cling Mounted Rubber…
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Festive Alphabet Dies – Upper and Lower
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Distress Oxides Spray – Wilted Violet
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Distress Oxides Spray – Vintage Photo
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Archival Ink Pad – Jet Black
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White Gel pen
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Tim Holtz – Non-Stick Scissors – 9.5…
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Magic Mat – Cutting Pad
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Sizzix – Big Shot Foldaway Machine
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Maxi Guillotine Trimmer
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Tim Holtz – Glass Media Mat
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DYMO Label Maker


  1. What a a beautiful page! Love the colors, the quote and the font of the die cut letters. That font goes so well on this page. Like you, I have a fascination with doors. Along the way I’ve tried your idea of cutting notches and curling the edges back and I really like the look. Thanks for that idea and for reminding me about it today. I haven’t done it in a while. Any chance that in the future you’ll be doing more videos that include work with resin and/or clay + molds? Just wondering. Thanks for the video, Vicky. Love these art journal videos and what I learn from you. Enjoy the week.

  2. Beautiful page. Like you, I occasionally use my label maker for quotes; however, sometimes I find they peel off easily or separate from the white backing. Have you found this to be a problem?

  3. Forgot to mention that I saw beautiful photos of the recent snowstorm (thundersnow) in Greece. The photos from Athens and Santorini were gorgeous. Did you have snow at your place?

  4. Thank you for this tutorial, Vicky. I love this page. It really embodies “a picture is worth a 1000 words”….so inspiring.

  5. Love your journal page. You always amaze me that you can gather up pieces of paper and make such a beautiful page. The colors you use are always so pretty! I love mixed media Tuesday. Thank you for the video Vicky.

  6. Super page Vicky. Love the beautiful soft colours you used.
    Awesome papers as well.
    I find it always so releaxing watching you create a art journal page, one of my favorite posts of the week!
    Thank you so much for sharing, stay safe and have a wonderful day.

  7. Due to illness I have not been able to get into my art journaling or other creative things,but I look forward to EVERY video that you do, especially your art journaling. This video was a bright part of my day and I thank you for sharing. As usual your page is amazing! Thank you for putting a smile on this 74 year young face…….God bless,

  8. Such a beautiful page, as always! I created my first- ever art journal page today that was entirely inspired by you. Thank you for sharing your creativity!

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