Monday, 17 July 2017

 
 
Mixed media canvas
Fluid acrylic paintig and natural shells...
 





Step by step:
 
I prepared these colours with acrylic paints, pvc glue, water, silicone...
 

 
I made some fluid pouring painting ...
I glued down some natural snails...
I added some decor sand...
I applied some white gesso...


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Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Hello!!! This is a canvas I made for Vintage Journey Challenge's Blog as a guest designer...
I used Scrapmatt's letters and butterflies chipboards...

 
 
 
Step by step:
 
 
I took some Rahyer's masks and reproduced them...

Modelling paste through stencil...

I coloured the surface...

I glued down on the masks's surfaces some pieces of embroidery lace, beads, flatback pearls, metal and ceramic embellishments...
Then, I covered everything with gesso and Painted them...

I created those drops with the hot glue gun...

I added this piece of chipboard and placed one mask on top of it...
 
Then, I added some gold embossed chipboard's gears, feathers, wired beads and paper flowers...
 
I am entering the following challenges:
 
 
 
 
 
 
Thanks for stopping by and have a great time!
 
 
 
 
 
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Thursday, 15 June 2017

Hello! I have altered this watering pot...






Step by step:

Home made texture paste and palette knife

Scrapmatts stencil and home made texture paste

Pieces of cloth, art stones, decor stones, deco art crackle paint
 
Some beads and wired web

I applied gesso

Ceramic sea shells made out of silicone mold and painted with deco art fluid acrylics (raw sienna, titan buff, quinacridone burnt orange, english red oxide) and antiquing creams (carbon black and raw umber)...

I painted the watering pot with Marabu glossy (medium brown, medium yellow, light green, orange, rich green, medium blue); glittered (green, yellow, lilac, brown, beige, grey) and fun and fancy window colours (light blue, light brown, coral red, terracotta, rich green, parisian blue, ultramarine, glitter white)
I used antiquing creams as well

I painted the paper flowers as well and glittered the stones

Glass Dolphins painted with fun & fancy window colours
 
A piece of acetate painted with fun & fancy window colours
I used a wooden stick to mix them

I placed it there and glued it down
(I used white school glue to glue everything)
I used green and blue purpurine on some places of  the pot's surface

I added some fruits
I splashed everything with deco art white shimmer mister
 
 
Thanks for stopping by...
 
 
I am entering the following challenges:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
"Under Water"
 
 



Saturday, 10 June 2017

Altered paper bag, using Deco Art products and Scrapmatts stencils and chipboards...
 
 

 
 
 
Step by step photos:
 
Scrapmatts's stencil and homemade modeling paste...

Pieces of embroidery lace...

Cut die made out of cardboard and modeling paste on top of it...

More cut dies and modeling paste...

More cut dies and handmade paper flowers...
 
More handmade paper flowers...
Deco art crackle paint on some places...
Artstones on some other places...
Then, I Painted everything using:
metallic (light green, olive, dark green, orange, red, pink); glossy (light green, orange, rose pink, pastel rose) and glitter paints;
deco art shimmer mister (white);
deco art fluid acrylics (raw sienna, quinacridone burnt orange)...
 
I was inspired by these three moodboards:
 
 
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