Saturday, March 3, 2018

Seth Apter's Baked Texture Mixed Media and Beyond


Hello! I'm over at Frilly and Funkie today with this week's Saturday Showcase with a quite lengthy tutorial on Seth Apter's newly released Baked Texture powders. I hope you'll stop by to see these antithetical projects in their entirety, but for now, here's a quick look at my play with these fabulous, diverse powders.



  I'm sharing this card with these challenges: 


 I'm sharing this card with these challenges: 
The Artistic Stamper March Creative Challenge - Stencils & Masks I used Etcetera stamp set and bricks and numbers stencils.
The Mixed Media Monthly March Challenge #46 Rusty card I used two bricks stencils, several embossing powders, Distress ink, Distress paint, Distress Oxide, Distress Collage Matte Medium and crackle paste.
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Thank you for your visit today!
Hugs and Blessings!
Sara Emily



27 comments:

  1. Your mixed media cards are so cool! Something new to see everywhere I look. Thanks for joining us for our Anything Goes challenge at Cut it Up!

    Evelyn
    http://mylittlecraftblog.wordpress.com

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  2. Fabulous cards Sara and a great tutorial over at FF, you do make it look easy. Love the effect on the bricks.
    Avril xx

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  3. wow, this is so stylish!

    thank you so much for playing along with us at make my Monday!

    hugs and kisses from germany,
    silvi xoxo

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  4. Wow, these are absolutely stunning!! The texture is amazing!! I love, love them!! Headed over for all the deets!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  5. Your antithetical cards certainly do look beautiful Sara, I am off to see them in more detail! Hugs from snowy England! Anne xx

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  6. Wow these are great. That powder does look amazing. I may need to add it to my stash. Thank you for sharing your Rusty card with us over at Creative Artiste Mixed Media Challenge Blog. Hope to see you again soon!
    Lynda x

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  7. Hi Sara!! Wow!! These are stunning! That embossing powder looks amazing .. I love the textures!! Have a wonderful day!! hugs xx

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  8. Gorgeous cards, I love the rust effects! Thanks for joining us at Creative Artiste Mixed Media challenge!

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  9. Fantastic cards, Sara Emily! Love the textures on each. We got hit with the Nor'easter and have no power until late Monday night so I'm catching up on things at my parent's home. Were you in its path?

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  10. Great cards!! Thanks for playing along with the Scrapy Land design team challenge!!

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  11. Oh wow Sarah... gotta get me some o those powders, I love what you have done with them. Thank you so much for joining in the artistic stamper challenge.x

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  12. such beautiful cards Sara and I love how you used the baked textures,thank you so much for sharing with us at Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge, hugs kath xxx

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  13. Your cards are so beautiful and full of wonderful embellishments! I am loving the look of Seth's powders. I am on my way to have a look at your tutorial.
    Kate

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  14. Gorgeous card Sara! It's so elegant and pretty.
    Thanks for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
    Mandy xx

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  15. Gosh,you really have an eye for mixing it up. Very inspiring, thankyou for sharing.

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  16. Your cards are amazing as always, Sara Emily! Those baked texture powders are so cool and I love how you've incorporated them into your designs. I love your feminine layered card with soft colors, flowers and vintage lace, yet your masculine card is also cool with the brick and baked textures. Love these!! Hugs :-)

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  17. oh my! love the textures and vintage goodness of these beauties. The first one is so pretty and delicate and the second is brilliant with the brick background. So different and I love both :) **Hugs & blessings**

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  18. Two fabulous cards Sara, lots of gorgeous detail on both. Your photo tutorials on the Baked Textures are brilliant, much better than a video. Fantastic effects and nice to know that they mix well. I especially like the 'fuzzy' walls, the texture looks amazing xx

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  19. Love your projects Sara, especially the brick with the ephemera! Thanks for joining us at Mix Media Monthly.

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  20. Beautiful pieces, Sara,
    and I love what you do with the Baked Texture! Thank you for playing along with us at SanDee&amelie's Steampunk Challenges!

    Claudia xxx

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  21. Both cards are wonderful! Awesome use of the Baked Texture, and love that brick wall! Thanks for joining our challenge at Sandee&amelie's Steampunk Challenges! hugs, Maura

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  22. Well! Lucky you to have all the powder flavors! I managed to get my hands on some Deep Sea, Sand, and Patina. Wanted the beeswax, apparently so does everyone ever born. Love your two cards. Love how the frame turned out, xoxo

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  23. la présentation est superbe, Merci d'avoir participer a notre défi SANDEE & AMELIE'S à bientôt Dt NATE

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  24. Thanks bunches for sharing your stylish cards with us at Stamps and Stencils! Much appreciated.
    Lula xx

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  25. Stunning, thank you for joining in the challenge on The Artistic Stampers blog.

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  26. Great job with the Baked Texture, Sara! Love your cards a lot!
    Thank you for sharing them with us at SanDee&amelie's Steampunk Challenges!

    Claudia x

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