Art journal page – “We are so different!”

Hello mixed media friends!

it’s Irina here!

I would love to share with you my recent journal pages. I also made a video tutorial.

hank you so much for stopping by today! I hope that I have inspired you to create something pretty today!  If you are looking for more inspiration, you will find other tutorial videos on Art Anthology YouTube channel, or inspiration on Pinterest and Facebook !

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Scrapbooking layout built with inks

Hello !

Valerie here to show you how to build a stunning background only with inks and papers !

Few stripes of paper and two inks are enough to create dimensions on the background. I used the Colorations sprays in Waimea Bay and Warm with a paint brush and water (see the link to products at the end of this post).

I layered pieces of papers from the same stack and added three die cut sprayed with Waimea Bay to drawn the eye to the picture. Drops of gesso are the final touches to this layout.

You will find the complete tutorial on the Art Anthology YouTube channel :

Thank you for stopping by the blog today and for reading this post. See you in two weeks for another project !

 

 

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Altered Reverse Canvas with Brandy


Hello again!! Brandy here today with a new project. This was so fun! It took me a while to figure just how I would do it, but I wanted it to be just right. I’ve been wanting to try decorating on the reverse side of a canvas for some time. It can be kind of like a shadow box, but the wood frame gives you a bigger area to create on that faces forward.

As usual, I’ve created a tutorial over at Snapguide, so you can give this project a try yourself!!

 Check out How to Create a Decorative Reverse Canvas by Art Anthology on Snapguide.//snapguide.com/load-embed.js

Thanks for stopping by….Happy Crafting!!

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Paint on clay Winter banner

Hello my dear crafty friends!

Irit from Irit Shalom Designs is here today and I am going to share my new Art Anthology experiment- using Art Anthology products over the dry polymer clay surfaces.

During my time on this team I try to use Art Anthology paints over different surfaces and to see the results. So far I used wood , canvas, cardstock and clear acrylic board. Today I used polymer clay pieces and I need to say that Art Anthology products work perfectly over this surfaces too.

So here is a Winter banner I made with Makin’s Clay non baked polymer clay (you just need to wait like 12 hours before it’s totally dry to apply the paints over the surface).

 

And now for some close ups to all three banner pieces:

 

 

 

 

As you can sew from those close- ups I used Art Anthology stencil and dimentional paint over the clay surface and it’s works perfectly!

So here is a full step by step tutorial for you:
Check out How to Make Painted Clay Banner by Art Anthology on Snapguide.//snapguide.com/load-embed.js
And as always- full Art Anthology product list is HERE:

I hope that I inspired you to try totally different surfaces with our fantastic products!

See you soon again!

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XO XO by Toni

Hi everyone, Happy February, it’s the month of love… and well if you know me you know how much I love steampunk. I love everything about it, the fantasy, the grunge, the unusual, the colors, the Victorian feel to it. It does not limit my imagination, I can go wild with transforming an ordinary object into something crazy and unexpected.

I purchased these two letters quite some time ago at my local craft store on clearance. Originally they were $14.99 a piece…. what !!!! But I got them for $2.00 each, what a steal.

Loaded with lots of yummy textures enhanced with Art Anthology’s paints, sprays and pastes helped achieve the aged look. 

With the use of Art Anthology’s stencil,  drippings from my glue gun and lots of different sized seed beads, my new wall art work started to come alive. 

I just love using unexpected items in my art work and my letter here is filled with floral rocks that were beautifully transformed with Art Anthology’s paints.

Many of my items on this piece were made from paperclay, grunge board or plastic, but the patina’d look that AA’s paste and paints provides transforms them into metal-like piece.

I hope this has inspired you to enter the world of steampunk, don’t be afraid, let your imagination run free and just have fun with it. For your pleasure I have included a Snapguide tutorial for your viewing and also below are a list of products from AA that helped me achieve the look I was going for. xoxo Toni
Check out How to Unleash the Steampunk Within Yourself by Art Anthology on Snapguide.//snapguide.com/load-embed.js

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Mixed media mini-album.

Hi everyone!

It’s Irina here.

Today I want to share with you my mixed-media album. I have used lots of products from Art Anthology.

I had so much fun creating this album. Below You can see how I created this album.

The first spread of the album.

The second reversal of the album.

The third reversal of the album.

Thank you so much for stopping by today! I hope that I have inspired you to create something pretty today!  If you are looking for more inspiration, you will find other tutorial videos on Art Anthology YouTube channel, or inspiration on Pinterest and Facebook !

See you soon for another project !

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Beach Color Inspired Layout

Hello Crafty Friends!

Today I am sharing a layout with some of my favorite colors to create with.  These colors can be used in so many different ways.  These colors remind me of being at the beach!  Although I didn’t create a layout with a beach theme I was inspired by beach colors.

I really love Art Anthology’s Minx,  you can use them as background colors,  flick them,  dye your lace trim with them or you can also dab them thru your stencils and create a background.

Art Anthology’s Sorbets are so much fun to create with!  I’ve used them for my background on my layouts.    They are so thick and yummy!  I also love to use my heat tool to dry them and if you hold your heating tool long enough above the paint it will create bubbles for more texture!  I am a huge fan of lots of texture!

Instead of using texture paste with the stencils I love to use Art Anthology’s Sorbets, Velvets and Clear Coats like a texture paste.

For my background I used Art Anthology’s Dot Matrix and Blossom stencils,  they’re so versatile and fun to create with!

I will be hosting a Ustream Live Class for Art Anthology recreating this layout!

I hope to see you there!

Here is the Link:

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/art-anthology

Thank you for stopping by!  I hope I’ve inspired you to try Art Anthology’s products,  they are amazing to create with!

 

 

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Our Story Canvas

Hi Friends,

Today I am presenting a romantic project I have specially created on Valentine theme !! February is the love of month and my project is all about that only !!

I have used a board canvas to create my project !! I used some sand paste and art stones to create heavy texture on the canvas. I have used Rose Dimensional paint , Patient and steel coloration spray !!

Below are few close ups:-

I have used flowers from Wild Orchid Crafts !!

My Snapguide link for step by step tutorial is here:-
Check out How to Our Story Canvas by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

Here is the product list from Art Anthology :-

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Thanks for stopping .

Love,

Torsa.

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Believe Block………

Hi There! Jenn here today to share with you how I made this pretty little Artist Block using Art Anthology Products.

For the step by step of the project, please see the Snapguide tutorial at the end of this post!

Here are a few closer Looks….

Here is a Snapguide tutorial for you!

Check out How to Create Little Cherub Artist Block by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

Here is a closer look at the Art Anthology products that I chose for this project.

 

Thanks For Looking! I hope this inspired you to get some products and create your own little block!

 

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Altered chipboard heart

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my Valentine February Art Anthology post.

This is Irit here from Irit Shalom’s Designs blog  and I just want to say ” Happy Valentine Day” to you all!

 

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This time I made an altered chipboard heart project and this is a kind of ” use whatever you have” one.

Most of us (be honest, you too) have this junk box with all possible left over embellishments that are not a part of a set or collection.
They are all in all possible colors and textures and shapes and we never actually use them.
So this project is the one that makes you to open this junk box and to grab all things you would never use the other way and to make one single altered project that looks fabulous and costs nothing (yes, the gorgeous Art Anthology paints and mists have a cost, but it’s not like you use the whole bottle for this project? ).
So as you can see other than Art Anthology products I added here buttons, pieces of chipboards, metal trinkets, lace, die cuts and … You name it- it’s here.

So here are a few close ups to this  shiny red heart :

And as always here is the Snapguide tutorial:

Check out How to Alter a Chipboard Heart by Art Anthology on Snapguide.//snapguide.com/load-embed.js

You can see the full product list  here:


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