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Create your own Galaxy project using amazing products from Art Anthology!
This galaxy technique is everywhere these days! It is very cool and can be achieved in so many ways. Today I will show you how I did mine using products from Art Anthology! I have included a Snapguide tutorial below the photos!
Art Anthology products used to create this:
Minx Shimmering Inks in Stargazer, Immaculate, and Majestic
Gemstones Fluorite and Blue Topaz
Sorbet baby Blue Eyes
Chrome from the Silver Oxide Set
Colorations spray in Plush
Small ring-bound sketch pad with black covers
White Acrylic paint
Metal embellishments, key, wings etc. from junk stash
Gritty texture paste (I mixed mini art stones into Art Anthology Mud)
Strong translucent-drying adhesive or medium
Valerie today to present you a new project… I create a scrapbooking layout using two colorations sprays, some Mud texture paste with stencil and a Gemstone Effect medium…
So why War and Sakura ? Because the subject of the picture is an Onna-Bugeisha, a rare female warrior from the high society of Japan. Despite her armor, she is extremely feminine. Did you notice the flowers in her hair ? That’s inspired me for the sakura flowers in my layout.
When the Mud was dried, I stamped cherry blossom in brown ink before painted them with Rhodolite Gemstone Dimensional medium.To complete the layout, I added cherry blossom cut out from a sheet of paper.
You can watch the complete process of this page on the Art Anthology YouTube channel or just here :
Thank you for stopping by today, I hope you did find some inspiration for your next project !
See you soon for more…
Hey there, Michelle here with another project today. After a particularly super busy month, I am looking forward to fall bringing cooler temperatures and that time of year that makes some of us slow down, so although Welcome is seen as just a mere greeting to some, it truly is a “Welcome” sight to some of us in many ways, so I hope you enjoy this cute little plaque display using two of my favorite Art Anthology colors!
Just take in that Art Anthology Gemstones Amber, the warmth it exudes just pulls these colors together
Art Anthology Colorations Sprays Sedona and Timeless were meant to be together, adding the sprays in layers allowed me to control how ‘aged’ I wanted them to look, so have fun with it, play around with them by adding and layering your gesso and sprays, I used flowers from the dollar store for some of them, so try different ones out and see how the sprays change each of them.
I hope you enjoyed this project and give it a try, until next time take care and thank you for joining me!
Hello, Art Anthology Friends and fans! Today I would like to share with you my representation of our October mood board by creating this Bright and Cheery Tag! I hope you enjoy it and are inspired to create and share something using the mood board too!
Art Anthology October Mood Board Inspiration
Art Anthology’s mood board for October is bright and cheery just like the colors of Fall! Using a contrasting palette of Yellows, oranges, and blues creates a cheery mood for getting creative and crafty!!
Art Anthology Products:
AA Sorbets Vegas Gold
AA Velvets Mayan Gold and Tango
AA Gemstones Blue Topaz
AA Stencils Blocked and Diamond Grunge
For other products and a full tutorial please follow snapguide below! Art Anthology products are available online at www.artanthology.net
Thanks for visiting!
Have a happy creative day!
Ellie Knol here again, yes, sadly for the last time now, as I step down from the design team after being here for a year..
…but don’t be sad, there are very talented new design team members already here now!
Thanks Stayce for having me, I really had fun working (playing) with your beautiful product! They will stay in my stash and I am sure I will USE them!
This time I chose to alter a book into a bookbox. It was a looooooot of work!
I gave myself some homework: and I must say: mission accomplished…
I wanted to know whether I like to work on a white or black surface better?! I still don’t know the answer.. I like them both.
Some photo’s of the project: I had fun!
Hello Fans! Brandy here again to share my Art Anthology Mood Board Challenge project!! Look at the Art Anthology Adventures page on Facebook for all the gorgeous colors and inspiring images each month brings!
I choose to use Lagoon Velvet, Mardi Gras Velvet, and Amber Gemstone Mediums! Boy, they are beautiful together!
One of the things I love most about AA paints is their thick, luscious consistancy! You can add a little water and they take on a whole new effect! Even then, you can still add this mix in layers to get the exact color and dimension.
Art Anthology products are just a click away! Find the products I used today and many more at the Art Anthology Online Store!
Thank you for stopping by toady!!! I hope I’ve inspired you!!!
Hi, Josefine is back with a new art journal page. This time I wanted to test how the Velvet paints react on a black surface. As you might know the Velvet paints are translucent so I was hoping for a fun effect and I was not disappointed.
My tutorial video shows exactly how I added the colors to the black background and what I did to create the ocean scene for the little mermaid.
I hope you enjoyed my art journal page and feel inspired to get your own paints out 🙂
Don’t forget to share your projects in the Art Anthology Facebook group.
Hello my dear crafty friends!
Irit is here and today I am going to share my ATC cards trio made with new Art Anthology stencil and a lot of Art Anthology paints and mists.
This project was born as a ” stencil and paint” project. I loved the stencil and the new stone effect paint and just used them over three ATC blanks.
Then when it was dry I thought about the theme and the best one to add to concrete stone effect paint was something urban.
So I used skyline die and made layers of houses and then added stormy sky effects with different paint and mists.
You can take a look at each one of three ATC pieces here:
And as always I have a Snapguide tutorial for you to see and to use in a future:
Here is a full list of products used to make this project:
Thanks for visiting our blog and see you again in about two weeks!