Vintage Mixed Media Diary

Hello everyone,

Hope you are all doing well! Today I’m sharing my last post as a part of the CrafTangles Mixed Media Team. I would like to thank Khyati and the entire team for this wonderful opportunity and you all for your constant support and motivation, that inspires artists like me to create. Let me now move on to my project.

Inspired by our theme this month- Incredible India, I decided to alter a book cover and create a Vintage Mixed Media Diary. A diary that looks old and holds historical accounts of those who served our country, and untold stories.

Vintage Mixed Media Diary 1

Here’s a look at my project ‘Vintage Mixed Media Diary’

Vintage Mixed Media Diary 2

Here’s the link to the video tutorial of making ‘Vintage Mixed Media Diary’:

I have used several layers in this project. I incorporated the DecoThin Papers, the transfer images, stencils, stamping and paper elements.

Here are a few close ups:

mixed media diary
mixed media diary
Vintage Mixed Media Diary 3

Supplies used

  1. CrafTangles Acrylic Soft Gloss Gel
  2. CrafTangles Deco Thin- Old World
  3. CrafTangles Old Newspaper Stamp
  4. CrafTangles Schematics Stamp
  5. CrafTangles Stencil HerringBone
  6. CrafTangles Element Sheet- Wanderlust 1
  7. CrafTangles Transfer Sheet Vintage Advertisements 1
  8. Distress Oxides- Vintage Photo and Walnut Stain

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Hope you enjoyed today’s tutorial! Happy Crafting!


Aditi Mahajan

A nomadic soul, who loves to explore. Her artsy name is Dots to Lines and she is a mixed media artist who enjoys living her life in colour and inspiring those around.

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