Book Notes: Encaustic Mixed Media

In this edition of Book Notes, Ricë Freeman-Zachery reviews Encaustic Mixed Media: Innovative Techniques and Surfaces For Working with Wax, by Patricia Baldwin Seggebruch. Ricë says that even if you know a little about encaustic that this book takes it to a whole new level. Patricia teaches you how to incorporate odd materials into your encaustic like tar, cork, punchinella, using die-cut machines and so much more! Start flipping through the pages with Ricë now and the ideas will start flowing! For more information, or to pick up a copy of Encaustic Mixed Media, click here!   Great project ideas & mixed media tips abound in the Create Mixed Media email newsletter. Get a free downloadable copy of Wired Up, an ebook from North Light Books.
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3 Responses to Book Notes: Encaustic Mixed Media

  1. linnerlu says:

    Another gotta-have book! Thanks, Ricë!

  2. Jeannie says:

    I have been lusting, yes – lusting for this book. The ideas just get me excited about playing with wax and the supplies in the craft room. Thanks Rice!

  3. Popped on over here from Rice’s blog. Got to follow her around….she is so much fun and while I learn things like which breed of dog ‘s pee smells nore like beer I also get to watch videos of her book reviews. I bought some natural beeswax from a local beekeeper and I want to experiment more. Really want these books to learn more.

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