Hello Friends....After long time i am coming back with my inspiration on this month challenge with gorgeous mood board,still you have time to participate this challenge on www.facebook.com/groups/111931106102590/ .Now glimpse of my creation with video tutorial link....
This is the under sea illustrate where created different textures,dimensions and many more.
Here is the step wise video tutorial link youtu.be/nniW0L2Fj2w
Hope enjoying and thanks for stopping here and do participate in this month challenge.
List Of Supplies :
Random Arts : Artificial Moss,Sea Shells,Ranger Distress Oxide Spray
Finnabair : 3D Gloss Gel,Modelling Paste,Micro Beads,Metallique Paints,Opal Magic Paints,Impasto Paints,Wax,Clear Stamp
All Supplies Will Get From www.randomarts.com.au/
Have a nice day...
This months mood board is simply stunning. Teal and copper are two of my personal favourite colour combinations. As i love these colours so much i just had to create two Altered bottles.
I basically used the same products on both bottles, just in different ways.
I started buy lightly sanding an old rose bottle with rough sand paper. I then gave it a good coat of crackly paste. I then used a combination of rust paste and lindy's spray to achieve the perfect copper/rust look i was after.
Over a couple of days i played around with a mixture of lindy's sprays. I used Flat Pabio (ocean breeze blue) as the base colour. I then worked in (tibetan poppy teal, azure sea asters, time travel teal) as well as using starburst squirts (banff blue), this was fantastic to work over the rust areas with a stiff brush. I also used a little of (bayou boogie gold) over the rust to give it a darker/richer colour.
Then i went a little crazy with fun things. I used finnabair wax (old denim and peacock) over old jewellery and chipboards. Full list of products at the end of the blog. I used rust and green coloured moss, rust painted resins and mini prills to decorate.
With my second bottle i also used a rough sand paper, this helps the gesso or crackle paste stick tot eh bottle. I used white gesso with this bottle. I used a thick, soft brush to dab the gesso on, leaving beautiful patterns. I also used two fabric doileys to add a little more texture. I added an old embellishment from an old hand bag and a crown resin.
I wanted to make this bottle a little brighter than the first one. I started out using finnabair opal magic (teal) as the base. I then went over it with squirts and sprays. Again i worked with all the colours i used on the first bottle., just in reverse.
Again, i went a little crazy with product. I used the same as the first bottle. Rust covered resins, jewellery, beads, mini prills, moss and chip boards.
There you go. Two Altered rose bottles, Teal and copper.
Check out the online store for all the products used.
Finnabair Rust Paste (gold, red, brown)
Finnabair Wax (Old Denim, Peacock)
Finnabair Opal Magic (Teal)
(Time Travel Teal, Azure sea asters,Tibetan poppy teal, Bayou boogie gold, Glory of the seas gold)
Stardust Squirts (Banff blue)
Flat Fabio (Ocean breeze blue)
Mini Prills, randomarts resins, 2crafty Clock faces chip boards, foliage chip boards.
I have for you today videotutorial on the assemblage on the wood..
I started by sticking a mesh on the background and applying a texturing light paste over it over the template.
I painted the base and other components made of resin and cardboard with black gesso. I layered the components on the base.
I gradually painted 3 shades of LSG on assemblage.
I painted some places with a glitter finish
and sprinkled with glitter.
In the end, I highlighted the raised places with gold metallic acrylic paint.
You can see the whole process on video:
I used this material:
LSG Tiffany Lou Blue
LSG Lucky Shamrock Green
LSG Tibetan Poppy Teal
art alchemy Metallique Gold Rush
Thank you for visiting and have a nice day!
Hey there fellow crafters!
Today I have a new DT layout I've created for Random Arts. I hope you all like it. I must admit, it is one of my favorites :)
I really wanted the bright pastel colours to stand out, so I used a black card stock which made them pop.
On the black card stock I used some magical powders but this layout was created around the clock frame and the pearl chipboard, as they were the two stand outs for this layout.
I heat embossed all the chipboard, as well as the title and added glitter to the flourishes to make them sparkle and stand out a little more.
I placed some lace around the layout for something different and arranged all my fussy cutting elements around the page before adding my flowers on top.
I also used magical powders on the flower resins, which turned out great.
To finish off my layout, I added some some white micro beads and crystals.
I hope you enjoyed this post, feel free to leave a comment and I'll have a new layout for you all again soon.
Until then, happy crafting!
Random Arts Product's Used
- Stampendous Fran-tage embossing powder in 'Aged Silver', 'Shabby Blue', 'Shabby Pink' & 'Shabby White'
-Stampendous Fran-tage silver halo mix glitter
-Prima Say it in crystals 'Butterfly'
-Prima Say it in crystals 'St Tropez'
-2Crafty Chipboard 'Mini flourish bits'
-2Crafty Chipboard '6" clock face frames'
-The Dusty Attic 'Elegant Pearls' chipboard
-Little Birdie flowers 'Valerie Pastel Palette'
Other Products Used
-49 & Market 'Etheral - Flora' card stock
-Kaisercraft 'Full Bloom' paper
-Mintay 'Bloomville' elements
-2Crafty Chipboard 'Mini Word' title
-Couture Creations 'Pastel Mint/Silver' embossing powder
-Lindy's magicals in 'Sea grass green', 'Whale watch blue', 'Salt water taffy', 'Cape cod coral' & 'Yodelling yellow'
-White micro beads
A Splash of Colour
This month i decided to sit down with my daughter and create an artwork with her input. Khloe picked the colours, the embellishments and helped with the creative process.
As we were having so much fun i totally forgot to take process pictures at the beginning. We started by gluing down a combination of plasters tape, old jewellery, torn fabric, doileys, resins and beads. We then covered the whole piece with a good layer of white gesso.
We started using color splash as a base. (little birdie - Berry Blast, Colour Blast - Sapphire).
Khloe had so much fun spraying and dripping paint. I used a wet soft brush to help move the colour around, blending where needed.
We then used a combination of lindy's sprays. We used (Alpine Ice Rose, Treasure Island Aqua, Tawny Turquoise, Crows Nest Copper, Autumn Maple Crimson). This was super fun. I had to remind Khloe a few times that a little goes a long way. After we were happy with the way it looked i showed her Finnabair wax. I did this part using a soft brush. I used a combination of (Indian pink, Electric Violet, Peacock). We also added a little glitter.
Thank you so much for viewing my blog. Creating art with my daughter was incredible, for both of us. The pictures don't show up how it shimmers and shines, plus its a lot brighter in real life
Her feelings she hides.... Her dreams she can't find......
She's losing her mind...... She's falling behind.....
She can't find her place... She's losing her faith ...
She's falling from grace.....She's all over the place;;;;; -Avril lavigne
How I created this layout:
Stuck the Green card stock and the face of the lady on the base with help of mod podge.
Then did the stenciling work using little birdie white chalk paint. Designed the project using resin clock, wooden twigs jute twine, Arty stones , butterfly embelishments, leaf dye cuts, handmade flowers.
Gave rustic look on the base using gold foils and brushed the wooden twigs using Finnabair wax.
Material used from Random Arts:
Hope you enjoy and do participte in This Months Challenge And Get Inspired From My Creation. Keep Crafting ....
Hey there lovely people!
I'm back again with my newest DT layout for Random Arts and it is my take on this month's Moodboard Challenge which was full of beautiful copper and teal tones.
The card stock I used from 3Quarter Designs suited the Moodboard colours perfectly.
I heat embossed some white script on the background to make it pop off the page.
I placed some corrugated cardboard behind my photo and added some teal and copper tones to make it blend in a little.
I covered the frame in glitter which made it pop off the page.
I used copper and teal tones for the chipboard title, which turned out quite nicely.
I added some artificial moss around the flowers and scattered some teal micro beads around the layout, as well as some glitter glue to finish it off.
I hope you liked this bright layout created for Random Arts. Most products used can be found on their online shop.
Until next time...happy crafting!
-Little Birdie floralgift tags flowers-Mardelle
-AB Studio script stamp
-Stampendous Fran-tage silver halo glitter mix
-Lindy's moon shadow mist in 'Crows Nest Copper'
-Stampendous crystal snow in 'White'
-3Quarter Designs 'Autumnal Equinox' paper
-3Quarter Designs 'Autumnal Equinox' cut out elements
-3Quarter Designs 'Unforgettable Love' chipboard
-3Quarter Designs 'Wild Flora' chipboard
-Kaisercraft Corrugated cardboard
-Unbranded butterfly die
-Little Birdie 'Elsie Celeste' flowers
-Ranger Distress Oxide in 'Evergreen Bough'
-Lindy's starburst sprays in 'Bling-y Blonde'
-Unbranded White embossing powder
-Cosmic shimmer pixie powder in 'Teal Wash'
-Lindy's magical in 'Oktoberfest Orange'
-Unbranded teal micro beads
Come and join us with this months awesome moodbaord.
Please use our mood board as inspiration to create anything in any style.
As these challenges are sponsored by Random Arts Pty Ltd
please make sure that you use at least 3 products
that are available instore.
There is a $25 voucher up for grabs.
You have until the 11:59pm on the 31st July to enter and then
the entries with the most votes from the group win.
Please note that the vouchers can be won by
residents of Australia only.
but if you are from overseas and win the challenge
you will be offered a Guest Designer spot.
Make sure you put your entry in the challenge album.
Join Random Arts Creative Group to win.
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