Video Tutorial: Collage on a postcard (2)

Feb 16, 2021 | Art techniques & tutorials, Daily painting


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 Dear reader,


Today I created a video of the process of making a collage on a postcard. Collage-making is a wonderful thing to do. I write here about why it is so freeing, and why you can learn so much from it.

Because I’m such a big fan, I created a free video series about it, see below:


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I used the following materials:

  • Matte medium (I used the Dutch brand ‘Vanbeekart’, but you can also use Golden Matte Medium)
  • Golden Fluid Acrylics: Quinacridone Nickel Azo Gold
  • Golden Fluid Acrylics: Turquoise Phtalo
  • Golden High Flow Acrylics Carbon Black
  • Empty Marker (Molotov)
  • Caran d’Ache Neocolor II (white and green turquoise)



Do you want to know which materials I use all the time? You’ll find my list in the Free Library!

Here’s the video! Subscribe to my channel ;-)!

Below you’ll find the final result:

Bye! Have a wonderful and creative day!



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  1. Dotty Seiter

    Simone, PERFECT bedtime movie for me to watch! Love seeing your process and hearing your thoughts as you work and watching how you use various materials. Such joy!

    • Simone Nijboer

      Thanks sooo much! Such a fun idea, that this video is bedtime movie for you ;-)!


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