Tuesday, November 27, 2012

~All New Chox Inx by Donna Salazar~

Donna's Giveaway!!

Welcome to the Launch Party for Donna's new Mix’d Media Inx CHOX!

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There are 8 colors in this product release:
Driftwood (tan), Sparrow (brown), Butternut (gold), Petals (pink), Sage (green), Bluejay (blue), Pomegranate (burgundy), and Midnight (black). And just like the Mix'd Media Inx, the containers have a flexible base (for a comfy grip) and a clear lid with a lip that lets you stack the pads.
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You can also get the re-inkers in all 8 colors.
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These new CHOX are fast drying, have LOADS of vibrant color, are great for stamping, edge distressing, coloring, and can be used in layers for blending colors (watch the technique video for day 1). To give you an idea of how much pigment is in these inks, you can actually mix the re-inkers with a matte acrylic medium to use instead of or with acrylic paint!


Be sure to visit Donna's Blog from Nov 27th - Nov 29th for projects, ideas, technique videos and PRIZES!

You can also check out these blogs for more projects and techniques as well!!
Mandy Harrell - You are Here!!

These are the pics of the prizes Donna is giving away each day below:
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Each day of our party Donna will have TWO winners! Each prize will be a Mix'd Media Inx Chox pad and the matching re-inker. To be entered into our random drawings, leave a comment and add your name to the inlinkz on Donna's blog for each day of our party! The winners will be announced during the first week of December on Donna's Blog.
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For my project I created a little wall hanging using the new Chox inx as well as some of Donna's other awesome products!!  I drew this little girl with her balloon.  Then for the background I used Donna's canvas board and went to town on it using her Chox Inx, regular Inx, Smooch Spritz and her super cute little mushroom stamp!!
 For the sky I coated my background in Bluejay Chox inx and then topped it with a mix of molding paste and Smooch Sea Breeze Spritz.  Then I used my finger to swirl it around.
 I love this little stamp.  I stamped this image on separate paper and then colored it in.  The rocks are made of gray mulberry paper that I choxed around the edges.  For the grass I coated the background with Chox Sage and blended it with Evergreen Smooch Spritz. 
 I used a variety of Chox, Regular Inx, and Smooch Spritz to create the sunset.  Lots of swirls and blending.
Thanks for stopping by and God Bless!! Below is a list of products and links that I used for this project!!

Chox Mix'd Media Inx - Sage, Bluejay, Petals, Butternut, and Pomergranit





21 comments:

  1. What a darling picture. The colors are so vibrant. I smile every time I look at the lovely young lady.

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  2. Love your blog Mandy. So talented!!

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  3. So totally different from Natasha's and I am totally loving it! Just love the vibrancy of your piece and I can imagine the fun you had with all the swirling of paints! Great piece of art....

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  4. Love the piece you made. It's very different from Natasha and Donna's! Great mix of color.

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  5. Love this piece - so whimsical! The CHOX colors are so vibrant!

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  6. She is so cute, and I love how bright the colors are! The clouds look fantastic too!

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  7. wow! that is just lovely! great mix of color and whimsy.

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  8. Such a beautiful piece of whimsy! Love the dimensional clouds and layers of coloring!

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  9. What a cute piece, I love the colors and how they POP. Thanks for sharing your wonderful talent with me.

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  10. This is so beautiful!! I love the colors and the way you added dimension to the clouds!!

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  11. Mandy, What a gorgeous project, it made me smile when I saw it... What a great gift for a little girl.. love all the gorgeous colors and that stamp is awesome..

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  12. So neat.. you're going to think I am crazy... but I didn't see an actual link to Donna's site. I'll hunt around for it. Love your art!

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  13. This is so cute! Love all the color!

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  14. So cute! I could have used that mushroom stamp this past September when I went to the 27th Annual Mushroom Festival in King of Prussia PA. I journaled about it and hand drew my mushrooms!

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  15. Oh my...what a wonderful project...love the colors!

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  16. So cute!I love the use of mixed media and the beautiful colors!

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  17. aawww...this is so cute, a beautiful wall hanging!

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  18. Oh this is so pretty. I love it!!! Now this is more what I like to do. Great job on this.

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  19. This is a very sweet painting that is, (amazing) not a painting. It is so hard to believe that you didn't use paints, what skills you have. These products are great!

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