Hello! canvas created by Daniëlle

Hi!

Daniëlle here to show you a canvas I created with my art anthology products!

I started with lots of texture by using stencils and modeling paste (for example Art Anthology mud) which I then sprayed with my colorations sprays.\

I looked for some chipboard pieces and colored them with the same sprays and my metal effects, sorbet and velvet mediums.

Take a photograph, add all the pieces to your canvas, add some pretty embellishments and you’re all ready to go!

List of products I used:

Stencils: Scales, Fragments, Keyhole, Lotus. 

Colorations: Clover, Timeless, Sedona, Raider.

Velvet: Lagoon

Sorbet: Vegas Gold

Metal effects: Bronze

Thank you for stopping by!

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Next Tuesday LIVE via Facebook with Marleen.

Marleen will be creating a beautiful project step by step using the NEW PATINA and RUSTY SET!!
LIVE! at our Facebook page!
Tuesday the 20th of February 11:00 am PDT or 8:00pm CET

See you all next Tuesday 😉

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ATC’s by Anna Colby

Happy Valentines Day everyone! I made some artist trading cards  in pinks and purples in honor of Valentines Day

The paints blended nicely in this project which gave it the depth and transition of color that I wanted for the background.

Check out my video below for inspiration on your own trading cards!

Thank you!

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Embrace the Journey – Altered Canvas

HI Friends, Its Karan Gerber here with you today.  After being on a few cruises i just love the look of portholes and although i didnt have a porthole to alter, i thought i could maybe create something similar and share it with my crafty friends.
Here is what i came up with, i will share a few detail images then you have the chance to check out my Snapguide tutorial below.   Have fun 😀

 

I started with a 5×7 canavs from the dollar store.  I had some embellishments like the resin frame and some metal clock pieces and wooden gears also from the dollar sttore

Thanks so much for dropping by today!

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Quick art journaling with Daniëlle

Hi Art Anthology people!

It’s my turn again to show you something I created with the gorgeous Art Anthology products! I created this quick art journal page for you:

I used the patina set to color my chipboard butterfly:

Here are some other close ups for you to see:

Products I used:

Colorations: Avocado, Salmon, Warm

Stencils: Keyhole, Coffee Stain

Velvet: Portobello

Sorbet: Leaf

Texture set: Patina set

I hope this inspired you to get out your art supplies and start creating! If you want to follow my steps here’s a snapguide tutorial for you:

Check out How to Create This Quick Art Journal Page With Daniëlle by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

 

Thank you for stopping by!

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Rusty leaves layout by Valerie

Hello there !

I have a Fall layout to show you today. I know, we are in February, but between Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year and soon to be Valentine’s day, I didn’t have the chance to scrap this Fall picture I like. So here it is, and thanks to that, I did use my rust texture set !

Beside the rust set, I also use the Diamond Grunge stencil with Leaf Sorbet on both sides of the paper. Bonus : the pattern matches the leaves !

To create this rusty effect, you will apply first the rust truffle, then touches of Terracotta, and a hint of Rust Amber for the finish.

On these two pictures, one leaf is painted, the other is a altered metal leaf…

Look how the Leaf Sorbet really pop and shine on this layout !

If you want to see how I make the leaves, you can watch the complete tutorial here or on the AA YouTube channel :

Thank you for stopping by today !

Stay tune for more projects from the DT, and see you soon…

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Altered Cardboard Tube by Marleen.

Hello Art Anthology fans,

Marleen here with a new project. Last month I got a my essential oils and there was a nice cardboard tube with it! I love to recycle packing materials and make it useful for storage.

So I transformed it with the NEW Rusty texture set, watch the Snapguide step by step tutorial:
Check out How to Create This Cardboard Tube. by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

Some extra detail photos:

I love the Rusty Texture set, try it yourself!!

If you need more inspiration check out Art Anthology on Pinterest and YouTube.
Join our Facebook group Art Anthology’s Adventures in Artwhere you can share your creations!
Have a great day 😉

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Canvas Dream Catcher with Karan Gerber

Hello friends and welcome to my blog today.  I am sharing with you today a 6×8 canvas with a 5×7 corruagated cardboard cover.  I had some Scrapiniec chipboard and wanted to create a dream catcher idea i have been wanting to do.

Here is what i put together for todays project for Art Anthology I love how this turned out. I seem to be in this teal color scheme lately and am in love with this Amber Rust.  I need more as my jar is now empty 😀

I want to share some detail images then i will get going on the snapguide.

i did dab a bit of glorious coloration spray on there a bit

 

 

Materials Used:

Art Anthology Products
Warm Colorations Spray – for shadow
Stone Effects Patina
Other Materials: 6×8 canavs; 5×7 corrugated cardboard; gilt trip prills; heidi swapp pattern paper; Scrapiniec Chipboard; Tim Holtz chipboard title; Finnabair metal accents.
Here is the snapguide !

Check out How to Create a Dream Catcher With Karan Gerber by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

Thanks so much for viewing my post!

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Art Journal Page w/ Brandy

Happy Ferbruary Art Anthology fans!
Brandy here to share an art journal page I created. I been trying to do more “practicing” in my journal! It’s the perfect way to try out a new color, work on new technique, create with limited time, or maybe even just artfully document that moments mood! 🙂

I’m a fan of browns, so my Warm and Sedona Colorations Sprays were the perfect choice. Accents with Copper Metals Effects Medium brought it all together!

Background textures were made using the Blocked and Coffee Stain Stencils. I really like how it turned out!

Check out the process video below…I hope it inspires you to get your journal out!! 🙂

Thanks for stopping by today!
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Altered Journal Page by Anna Colby

Hi everyone, I enjoyed altering my journal cover last month so I thought I would do a journal page this month.

I used the Velvet Paints mixed with some water to create the splatter effect.

I wanted to create something bright and sunny during these dark winter days. The yellow and pink Velvet Paints and Coloration Sprays created just the effect I was hoping for. Check out my video below for inspiration to alter your own journal page.

Thank You!

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