Category Archives: altered items

Altered PaintBrush with Brandy!

Hello fans! I created this Altered PaintBrush for out monthly Color Challenge for October!
This months MoodBoard is awesome!

After a coat of gesso, I used my Mud and Lattice Stencil to lay down some texture. When it was dry I added sprays of Siesta Key Coloration Spray to give my brush that YUMMY Turquoise color.
I used my Copper Metal Effects   to color my chipboard flower gears. I also dry brushed my other chipboard pieces with Copper.
  

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A Beautiful Adventure – Altered Bottle

Hello Art Anthology Friends and Fans!! Jenn here today sharing how I altered a plain bottle into a beautiful decor piece using lots of Art Anthology products!

Be sure to check out my Snapguide tutorial at the end of the post on how it was done!
Art Anthology products used: (entire supply list is including with Snapguide)
Colorations Sprays – Peacock Feathers and Siesta Key
Minx Inks – Panache and Gold Dust
Mud
Fairy Dust Shimmer Spray – Ice
Rust Texture Set
Patina Texture Set

Have you seen our beautiful moodboard for October? It was created by our very own Toni Burks

My project was inspired by the rich colors here. Are you inspored by them as well? Create something inspired by our moodboard and share with on our Facebook Adventure page! Use # MoodBoard and we may invite you to add your piece to our newsletter next month! We love to feature our fans!

Here are some closer images of my bottle.

 

Check out How to Beautifully Alter a Bottle With Art Anthology by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

I hope that you are inspired to create and share with us on Facebook!
Thanks so much for visiting the blog and viewing my post today!

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Altered Embroidery Hoop with Brandy

Happy October friends! Brandy here to share my latest creation…an altered embroidery hoop! I picked up this gem at my local thrift store and knew there was going to be fun with it!

I used the dainty little chipboard daisies as my inspiration!

 

I used some of my favorite Coloration Sprays and came up with this beautiful background!
I knew when decided on the black wood title piece, that these fun little ladies would have to be added as well.

I’ve made a tutorial/process video to show you how.

Art Anthology products used in today’s project include:

Dot Matrix Stencil
Mud Texture Paste
Sky Colorations Color Spray
Timeless Colorations Color Spray
Cotton Velvet

Find these and many more amazing products at our online store.
Stop by our Facebook group page Adventures in Art for more inspiration or to share your own creations with us!!

Thanks for stopping by!!

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Remembering Her Canvas

Hello Art Anthology friends and fans!! Jenn here today sharing a canvas I created inspired by the memories I have of my grandma. A collector of cameos, lover of any shade of blue, and lover of roses, my grandmother was a wonderful woman.

I used several Art Anthology products to create my canvas.
Colorations Sprays – Sky, Siesta Key and Peacock Feathers
Minx Inks – Panache and Stargazer
Velvet – Cotton
Texture Set –Patina 
Shine – Royal
Other supplies used listed in Snapguide tutorial at the end of this post.

Here is a Snapguide tutorial showing the process!
Check out How to Create a Mixed Media Canvas With Art Anthology by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

I hope that you are inspired to create and share with us on Facebook!

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Steampunk Hat Gift Box by Toni

Hi everyone, did you get inspired by our moodboard this month…. so so pretty !

My next project was totally inspired by this moodboard, the lovely vintage colors and flowers as well as that amazing Steampunk vibe. A friend of mine’s birthday is coming up and I decided to make her a gift box in the shape of a Steampunk Hat means she adores Steampunk like I do.  I started off with an inexpensive paper mache box from Hobby Lobby and primed it with black gesso. Then I coated my 3D Texture Fade in Mechanicals with our beautiful Sorbets in Patience, Amber, and Purple Rain. A bit messy I will admit but I love the effect you get when you emboss the paints right into the fibers of the papers. Coloration sprayed my flowers and added some metal embellishments and feathers and there you go.  For your pleasure I have included a video below. Hope you take time to view and are inspired. xoxo Toni

Supplies used :

Colorations-

Timeless, Plush, Patience, Raider

Sorbet-Purple Rain, Red Velvet 

Rust Texture Set – Amber

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Mixed Media Pocket Letter By Brandy

Hello mixed media friends!  Fall is just around the corner…I can’t believe it!
Our mood board challenge over on Facebook is looking a lot like fall to me too.
Come be inspired or share your project with us!

Today’s project features the following Art Anthology products:
Rust Sorbet
Sedona Colorations Spray
Plush Coloration spray
Floral Tile Stencil
Poppy Stencil
Cracked Stencil

Find these and many more yummy products at our online store!

   

I’ve created a process/tutorial video for you, come and take a peek!

Want more inspiration? Check out Art Anthology on Pinterest and YouTube.
Join our Facebook group Art Anthology’s Adventures in Art and share your creations!

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Chipboard frame with the September moodboard

Hi everyone !

The beautiful moodboard inspire me this month to decorate a chipboard frame with the deep and luxurious colors of this board :

I kept the petunias in mind to create my flowers and the amber look of the leather jacket. Here is the result :

The base is a blank chipboard frame that I decorated with AA mediums, Colorations spray and stencil… I created the flowers with 7 big flower punches and the Azalea Shine, Grape Shine and DragonFruit Velvet.

I applied Bone Stone Effect medium on the centerpiece, then gel medium over Gothic stencil, and Patience Colorations spray.

The stems were created with air dry clay, and brushed with some Amber Gemstones medium (you can find it in the Rust texture set) and Glass Sorbet.

The top frame and the title were painted with Amber (Rust Texture set).

You can learn how to create the flowers and the general process of this project in my new tutorial here or on the Art Anthology channel :

Thank you for stopping by today, I hope I did inspired you to create more with your AA products !

See you soon…

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Grungy Moodboard Inspired Altered Heart Dish

Hello everyone and thanks for visiting the blog today! Jenn here sharing a fun project using Art Anthology products to create a grungy look inspired by our September moodboard!

I love all things grungy, steampunk and metallic. This combined with the amazing Art Anthology colors from our moodboard made for a beautiful project!

At the end of my post I have included a Snapguide tutorial with all of the details on how this was done. I hope it inspires you to create something with the moodboard colors and share it with us on our Facebook page!!

The supplies:
Ceramic heart dish (picked up at local craft store)
Art Anthology Minx Decadent and Majestic
Art Anthology Shines Ruby, Grape, and Cocoa
Art Anthology Rust set (amber)
Art Anthology Colorations Plush
Art Anthology Velvet Mardi Gras
Art Anthology Wheel stencil
White Gesso
Crackle Paste
Embellishments
Clear Sealer
Matte Medium Gel as adhesive for embellishments (stronger than glue for a good hold)

Here is how it started:

Check out How to Alter a Ceramic Dish by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

Some closer views of the detail

Thanks So much for viewing my project today!
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Art Anthology Adventures in Art Facebook Page
Art Anthology Blog

 

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Alter a mirror frame, by Marleen.

Hello peeps, Marleen here again with a Summer project. In the Netherlands we have a long hot Summer so it was the most logical thing to create.
I used a small classic mirror frame.

 

And I wanted to use this stencil.

I so enjoyed designing this stencil but didn’t know yet how to use it. It fits perfectly with this project.

 

 

Follow my creative process with the Snapguide:

Check out How to Alter This Mirror Frame, by Marleen. by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

Details:

Materials:
Colorations: Sant Castle, Timeless, Sky, Waimea Bay
Minx inks: Gold Dust , Panache
Stone effects: Bone
Stencil: Twinkle Lights
Rusty Texture Set

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 creative day 😉

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A Glimpse of Heaven Altered Canvas w/ Brandy

Happy September! Brandy here to share this month first project!
I decided to go with a canvas. I chose a few pretty flowers to inspire myself.

For that warm peachy color, I watered down some of my Rust/Terracotta Velvet and used it to watercolor. I love it!!

Then I alternated spray of my Warm and Timeless Coloration sprays and kind of blended it together.

Lots of art stones, flowers, and a couple coordinating butterflies finished it perfectly!!

Here is a list of the Art Anthology products used in today’s project:
Rust/Terracotta Velvet
Timeless Colorations Spray
Warm Colorations Spray

I hope this inspires you to play with your Art Anthology products
or go shopping at our online store! 

Here is a process/tutorial video to start you out!!

Stop by our Facebook Group Page Adventures in Art for more inspiration
and to share your Art Anthology projects with us!!

Thanks for stopping by!!

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