Tag Archives: Patina Set

Faux leather book wooden box

Hi there !

We are at the end of August, back-to-school is already behind us, it’s time to dive into books… Wait what ? Yes books… You know I’m talking about mixed media, right ? My project for today is an altered wooden box, in shape of a book ! And what did I do with it ? Make it look like a leather covered book !

The technique I used to create this leather look is imprint a rubber stamp into Mud Texture paste ! You just have to apply a layer of Mud paste, let it dry almost competely and then press the stamp over the paste and remove carefully…

Once dry, you can paint it as you want. Here I used Chocolate Sorbet (you can also use the Kona Velvet) and Cocoa Shine to give this old leather look.

And I used Teal Velvet and Copper Metallic from the Patina Texture set to give an antique look at my metal embellishments.

This imprint technique is a real deal ! It does look like emboss leather !

As always, I made a video tutorial for you to follow this particular technique and enjoy the transformation of a plain wood box into an leather like book…

Thank you for stopping by the blog today ! I hope you liked this new project… See you soon for another one !

Have a great day !

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Altered unicorn by Daniëlle

Hi guys!

Daniëlle here with a fun little project! I got this little paper mache unicorn which I altered using both patina and rust texture sets. I love doing these kind of projects!

Below are a few process detail pictures:

 

You can make one yourself by following the step by step tutorial I created for you on snapguide:

Check out How to Embellish a Unicorn With Daniëlle by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

List of products I used:

Colorations: Waimea Bay, Siesta Key, Peacock Feathers

Velvet: Portobello, Sea foam

Sorbet: Drab

Texture sets: Patina, Rust

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Art Journal page made by Marleen.

Marleen here again with an Art Journal page.

I used 2 of my favorite stencils.

    

My inspiration start with stencils and stamps!

I made a tutorial for you:

Check out How to Create This Art Journal Page, by Marleen by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

Some detail photos:

 

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Hugs,

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Making an ocean themed door hanger with Daniëlle

Hi Guys!

Daniëlle here to show you a different project this time. I created this ocean themed door hanger for my craft room:

I used two of the gorgeous texture sets to add texture to my project, Patina and Rust.

I described my steps in a Snapguide tutorial so you can create one too!

Check out How to Create This Door Hanger With Daniëlle by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

Here are some close ups:

List of products I used:

Stencils: Keyhole, Diamond grunge

Velvet: Cotton

Colorations: Peacock feathers, Sandcastle

Minx: Decadent

Sorbet: Drab

Clear coat: Dazzle

Texture set: Rust, Patina

 

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!

 

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Next Tuesday LIVE via Facebook with Marleen.

Marleen will be creating a beautiful project step by step using the NEW PATINA and RUSTY SET!!
LIVE! at our Facebook page!
Tuesday the 20th of February 11:00 am PDT or 8:00pm CET

See you all next Tuesday 😉

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Quick art journaling with Daniëlle

Hi Art Anthology people!

It’s my turn again to show you something I created with the gorgeous Art Anthology products! I created this quick art journal page for you:

I used the patina set to color my chipboard butterfly:

Here are some other close ups for you to see:

Products I used:

Colorations: Avocado, Salmon, Warm

Stencils: Keyhole, Coffee Stain

Velvet: Portobello

Sorbet: Leaf

Texture set: Patina set

I hope this inspired you to get out your art supplies and start creating! If you want to follow my steps here’s a snapguide tutorial for you:

Check out How to Create This Quick Art Journal Page With Daniëlle by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

 

Thank you for stopping by!

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Messy Heart canvas by Marleen.

Hello peeps, Marleen here with a Messy Heart canvas.

This time I made a small canvas and I wanted to use the new Patina set and create lots of texture. I went messy all over.

My process:

 

Materials:

Sorbet: Cayman, Vegas Gold, Kenyan Copper
Colorations: Sedona
Texture sets: Patina
Mud

I enjoyed creating this canvas a lot!
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FALL IN ♥ WITH PATINA AND RUST

Hi all our crafty followers, are you ready for some new fabulous products from Art Anthology. We now have a Patina and Rust set that is so much fun to work with. I wasn’t able to choose my favorite between the two sets so I used both to alter my paper mache pumpkin for the holidays. 

My pumpkin was an inexpensive paper mache one purchased at my craft store. I covered it first with embossed metal tape, which you can view the tutorial below to watch my process. The embossing provided some nice textures, but the patina and rust gave it that kick that was needed. Leaves were created with burlap material, and the pumpkin vine was made twisting some floral grapvine wire with seed beads. I hope this has inspired you with some ideas for altering up some holiday decor for your home. Get your hands on these two new sets from Art Anthology HEREAs an added small project I had purchased some wood leaves at Michaels, they were 70% off for their harvest items, so these leaves cost me 20 cents !!!  Simply printed out my words, burnt the edges of the paper and applied to my wood pieces with Sorbet paint in Glass, attached some twine and they will go wrapped around my place settings for my Thanksgiving table. Wishing you a holiday filled with love and blessings…. Creatively yours, Toni

To purchase your sets click on the photos below.

       

Check out How to Get Creative With AA’s Rust and Patina Sets by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

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