Hello Art Anthology Fans! For my second project his month, I thought I’d have a little fun with some ATC’s! The tiny beauties on each card are bits of clipart I bought and cut out. I had so much fun deciding what body to put with each head and legs, etc! Since they are quite busy little beings, I thought I better make a fairly simple background to let them shine!
I love how they turned out, don’t you!?
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I obtain the background by spraying Siesta Key and Peacock Feathers. I added the washi tapes before stenciling, and then Stamped in black ink. The Gold Metal Effects higlight some of the stamped patterns. I also sprayed some Gilded Gold Fairy Dust to add some shine to the project.
Once again I used a white gel pen to give dimension to the stamps. You can see the entire process on video (here or on the Art Anthology channel) :
Thank you for stopping by today ! Hope to see you soon…
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!!
Happy Saturday, friends! Dream Team member Brandy here to share a couple of super quick and easy cards for you to try!
You really have to love Art Anthology’s Mediums…so thick and rich… don’t forget they make a really nice texture when you use them with a stencil! Not many paints out there that can do that, huh!?
Just apply them as you would any other stencil paste and let it dry!
Hallo, a good day to all of you! Ellie Knol here today,
showing you what to do with all these beautiful papers
lying around in your studio, gathering dust!
When making monoprints (or gelliprints), you end up with a lot of beautiful papers! Colorful, shiny, textural happy paper…
..even the papers you’ve used to cleanup your brayer, are very useful to collage with, or use them as backgrounds.
I’ve used this one to create an art journal page… and went through stages, changing plans,
(I had to, as a full cup of coffee went over the project; I was not happy with that person, you might guess ! He said afterwards that he only added some depth to it 🙂 )
…and ended up with a colorful page with stenciling and layers of stamping and colors.
For al the stages it went through, please see the SNAPGUIDE: