One World – A Mixed Media Concertina Art Journal

Basic Supplies:

  • Large sheet of smooth medium weight paper like Arches hot press – 22”x30” 90lb/185gsm
  • Fluid paints in favorite colors like Golden Fluid Acrylic Paint
  • Brayer
  • Graphite like Lyra watersoluble pencils
  • Stencils
  • Gelli Plate
  • Deli paper
  • Large paint brushes
  • Dagger watercolor brush
  • Gel Medium
  • Chipboard
  • Canvas or extra paper


Kellee Wynne Conrad is the creator of Color Crush Creative, a thriving, internationally followed Instagram community of color loving artists and the online membership program, True Colors. It is through this program that she has been able to connect with the hearts and souls of artists around the world. Kellee believes that there is magic inherent in living a creative life and her true purpose is to bring that magic back in order to share it with those who are longing to realize their creative purpose.


  1. Kimberly Jones

    Wow! I enjoyed this lesson so much and I can’t wait to try some of the fun techniques you shared! Thanks Kellee!

  2. Deborah Llewelyn


  3. Tammy Murdock

    What an amazing class, thank you!

  4. Alyssa Rothwell

    I have thoroughly enjoyed the whole process of this tutorial!! It was so much fun!! I loved starting off big and ending up with a lovely small journal with so much depth to the pages. Really wonderful project.

  5. CIndy Jacobs

    I loved this class SO MUCH!!!!! I can’t stop! The transformative power of this process has lit me on fire!! Thank you!!!

  6. Vanessa Oliver-lloyd

    Obsessed! The colors you use are stunning and now I want a square gelli plate!!

  7. Gilly Welch

    I loved all of this tutorial from the first layer of gesso to being captivated by your amazing completed journals. Kellee this really is one of the most inspiring tutorials I’ve watched, thank you so much and I’ve added a few things to my Christmas list…a dagger brush, square Gelli plate and luminous gold and bronze paints!!


    Why have I never taken the top of my tacky glue, lol. I can’t wait to make one of these!