Hi peeps, Marleen here with a new project.
In a store here in the Netherlands (a bit like the 1dollar shop) I fount this wooden panel. It was grey but I liked the shape of it.
A little gesso first made it better already!
Hello everyone. It’s Anna here with my newest inspiration. I want to show You today a mixed media canvas with sand, waves and blue sky. It’s this kind of project that You create just for fun. Full of experiments, playing with colors and mediums.
I also prepared a process video for You.
I used 8*8 canvas as a base. I was inspired by the beautiful blue Velvet and Sorbets. Last time I showed You layout created with them. This time I thought that they will look awesome as a shades of sea surface.
I created two different parts on one canvas – heavy, full of textures sea and soft, watercolor sky. I love how many possibilities You have with many kind od mediums such as mists or dimensional paints.
I was finally able to use my Prima reisins that I bought ages ago. I painted them with a brush. Thanks to that the blended perfectly in my canvas.
Hello Art Anthology friends! Debbie with you today sharing a mixed media tag set I created with Art Anthology Colorations, Minx, Sorbet and Stone Effects. I gave these tags lots of color, dimension and texture! all of these techniques are so easily accomplished with Art Anthology products! If you love layering color Art Anthology products are for you. They dry fast and you can move the color around for beautiful blending!
I love adding splatters to most of my projects and Art Anthology Colorations and Minx makes this technique easy!
Add a few flowers and embellishments and your projects will pop with color!
If you’d like to see the process to create these tags visit Snapguide for a step by step process guide. The link is below.
Hello Art Anthology friends! Debbie with today sharing a layout that was especially fun to create. The photo is one of my favorites and Wisteria is in my top ten of favorite flowers! The Flowers are hand made using dies and the rose leaves are chipboard that has been altered to match the layout and flowers. Today I’m going to share how I altered the chipboard using Art Anthology Colorations but first we will talk about the background of the layout.
To create the background follow these steps:
Begin by tracing around where the matting and photo will be placed.
Hi Crafty Friends Phyllis Fernandez here to share my first Design Team project for Art Anthology. I am humbled and super excited to be a part of the Dream Team!
I love creating 12×12 scrapbook layout pages! So that’s what I will be sharing with you today!
Although my favorite color to create with is any blue, the Salmon and French Toast colorations sprays, Garnet and Rhodolite Gemstones, and Enchanting Minx were what I grabbed first! They worked well together.
I LOVE lots of texture, more is better in my book!!! 😀
The flowers matched perfectly with Art Anthology products I used! So Yummy!!!
I painted Rhodolite Gemstones on the chipboard pieces and WOW I am in LOVE with the Gemstones, the texture is awesome and it dries quickly!
I did some stenciling for the background using Art Anthology’s Mud.
I also love to distress my edges, gives more dimension to a layout!
I always love to use beads and microbeads for added interest and texture.
Thank you so much for stopping by today!
I hope that I’ve inspired you to create something beautiful!