Using upcycled materials in your mixed media art is a really cool way to recycle used up tea bags! Who would of thought? Right!
This is just such a sweet and beautiful way to turn “trash” into “treasure”! Enjoy!
Susanne Rose is the owner of Rubber Dance Stamps (http://rubberdance.de)
Susanne is a mixed media artist sharing intuitive art journaling spreads and different kinds of mixed media tutorials on her YouTube channel!
“Creating in my journal is also some kind of art practicing. I learn a lot about the different mediums, I am using, and I develop new ideas to use in prospective work. I hope I can give you some inspiration. Art doesn’t have to be perfect!!! The result must have a meaning to YOU. Your body needs movement your soul needs colors, patterns and words – no perfection!” – Susanne Rose
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Hi Susanne, it would help if you started from the beginning. Did you open up a regular used tea bag (dried I assume!) for this?
Susanne, I believe that’s exactly what she did… She took a tea bag and opened it up along the left and right side, cleaned it good, then dried it thoroughly first. Thanks for checking out our mixed media blog!