Create your own wonderful paintings with the beautiful markers from Windsor & Newton and a stamp from Carabelle. By using mixed media techniques and materials, you create a playful effect in the painting. Unleash your creativity with mixed media art and create this fun painting yourself.


  • 1 Florence • Cardstock texture 30,5x30,5cm Ocean
  • 1 Florence • Cardstock smooth 30,5x30,5cm White
  • 1 Clear stamp acrylic block "TOP" 18x100x150mm blister
  • 1 Vaessen Creative • Double sided tape white 9mmx50m
  • 1 Archival ink pad jet black
  • 1 Vaessen Creative • Paper trimmer + scoring 11x30,5cm
  • 1 Winsor & Newton pro marker set x12 +1 manga expansion pack 2
  • 1 Carabelle cling stamp A6 revealing a whole new world


  1. Stamp all images with the black Archival ink on the white cardstock. Make eight stamps with the sun stamp.
  2. Completely color in the center of the sun. Trace the outer edge of the sun with the same color to create a shadow. Then take a lighter color and draw a circle in the center of the sun.
  3. Color in the rest of the stamps with the markers. Start with the outer lines and work inwards for the best result. Use a pair of scissors to cut out the images.
  4. Cut a 15x15 cm square from the blue cardstock.
  5. Cut a 20x20 cm square piece of white cardstock and stick the blue cardstock on top with double-sided tape.
  6. Use double-sided tape to stick the colored images on the blue and white background.

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    • 02 May 2019
      11:24 pm

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  • That’s so pretty. I’m gonna try this one. Too cool


  • Wow, I would totally frame that for my daughter’s room.


  • It looks so cool. I’m forever impressed with the creativity to be found on the MoMs site


  • A very artistic creation. I like this idea


  • This looks very creative. A very beautiful project!


  • Thanks for sharing your creative art project and well done – it is has a relaxing energy.

    • I like using mixed media in creative projects too.


  • Wonderful, thanks for sharing.


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