Looking for a new surface to create your mixed media on? These printed cardboard sheets are just the ticket. Start with high quality cardboard and that it is screen printed with permanent black ink and ready to become a part of your art.
The print is slightly raised making it a wonderful resist when you add a water-based paint. Available in 12 different sizes, each one gives you a great place to start and you can add texture medium, paint, stencils, stamps, ink, mist, embellishment, stickers, bases and more.
Measuring 12"x12" they will fit right into a frame, album sheet or add to a stitched canvas. Each print is done one at a time and the results look amazing.
The designs each have their own style from vintage to modern and from shabby to african. We love them all!!
- kraft based cardboard
- 12 different styles
- black permanent ink
- made in the USA
Crew Member Christine Santos shows us how amazing they look as the backdrop to her mixed media layout. The cardboard is sturdy enough to hang with just a cord and looks amazing on display.
The permanent ink stays put when you add paint, mist, gesso and other mediums and just peeks through where you want it to. These boards are great for mixed media classes because the surface cost is low and you can focus more on the great embellishments and fun stuff.
Crew Member Ewelina shows us how amazing they look when paired with the new 7gypsies Architextures pieces on this YouTube Mixed Media Video.
These amazing little cards make great tags, perfect for art exchanges or pop them in an envelope and send to say hi. You can mail anything, so just jot the address down on the back and add a stamp and send beautiful art in the mail for all to see.
How to display 12x12 items, teature them in those open paper trays, in a vintage box, crate or clothespin pin them to make a banner. No room in the shop, put them in the back and just show one of each and pull what the customer needs.
To see how it is done, check out this video from the warehouse. Yes we do them one at a time. Yes they are made by a real person. Yes they are made in the USA. Yes they are cool. Yes they are made one at a time. You have to try them. YouTube Video - Screen Printed Cardboard Panels