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Canvas Dream Catcher with Karan Gerber

Hello friends and welcome to my blog today.  I am sharing with you today a 6×8 canvas with a 5×7 corruagated cardboard cover.  I had some Scrapiniec chipboard and wanted to create a dream catcher idea i have been wanting to do.

Here is what i put together for todays project for Art Anthology I love how this turned out. I seem to be in this teal color scheme lately and am in love with this Amber Rust.  I need more as my jar is now empty 😀

I want to share some detail images then i will get going on the snapguide.

i did dab a bit of glorious coloration spray on there a bit

 

 

Materials Used:

Art Anthology Products
Warm Colorations Spray – for shadow
Stone Effects Patina
Other Materials: 6×8 canavs; 5×7 corrugated cardboard; gilt trip prills; heidi swapp pattern paper; Scrapiniec Chipboard; Tim Holtz chipboard title; Finnabair metal accents.
Here is the snapguide !

Check out How to Create a Dream Catcher With Karan Gerber by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

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“Find your voice” art journal page with Daniëlle

Hello everybody!

How are you? I’ve been inspired by the sea lately and that’s what my art journal page for today is all about! I’ve been using lot’s of the gorgeous velvet and sorbet mediums to give my page some rich sparkly colors.

Here are some close up pictures of my work:

       

If you want to know how I created this page, check out the snapguide tutorial I created for you:

Check out How to Create a Sparkly Art Journal Page by Daniëlle by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

List of products I used:

Colorations: Siësta Key, Peacock Feathers

Stencils: Bubbles, Diamond grunge

Velvet: Seafoam, Lagoon, Mardi GrasCotton

Sorbet: Cayman, Mermaid, Purple Rain, Wisteria

Clear coat: Dazzle

Thank you for stopping by!

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Altered Paint Brush with Karan Gerber

Hello friends and welcome to my blog today.  Its Karan here on the blog today for Art Anthology and today, I am sharing with you a altered paintbrush.  This is the first time i have ever attempted something like this and to be honest, i was a bit nervous after starting it.
The paintbrush is from the dollar store, just a cheap one actually. The embellishments , the clay pieces i made by hand using some molds;  Here is what i put together for today’s project
I am in love with this piece i love how the few products i used really enhanced the different embellishments i used. From clay to metal.

 

Art Anthology Products
Other Products:
dollar store 4″ paintbrush
Papericious Chipboard
Metal Key; Metal Heart
handmade clay pieces
gesso ; art stones; gel medium
other metal embellishments from my stash
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My 2018 Power Word “Serenity” by Toni

Happy 2018 to everyone. For my first design team project for Art Anthology I wanted to do a layout featuring my chosen power word for this year “Serenity”. Inspired also by our beautiful mood board this month….Art Anthology has the most vivid gorgeous colors to accomplish my layout. 

I began  by altering my background by sponging on Velvet Tuxedo through our Meridian Stencil and then added lovely texture with our Chevron stencil and using the gold paint from the Rust Texture Set. If you don’t have this set you can also use Sorbet-Vegas Gold, but I encourage you to get our rust set as it is so much fun to work with. Flowers were sprayed and painted with our Colorations Sprays and Sorbet and Velvet paints.Seed beads were added to enhance the stamens and centers of the flowers. Wishing you a New Year filled with love, hope and joy and that your new beginnings will provide opportunities to make a difference in the world. xoxo Toni 

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The following Art Anthology products were used:

Colorations Spray -Juicy, Plush, Wild Orchid

Sorbet- Poppy

Velvet – Mardi Gras,Tuxedo

Rust Texture Paste (Gold)

Chevron Stencil  

Meridian Stencil

For your enjoyment

 

 Check out How to Enhance Embellishments With AA Products by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

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Buzzing around Art Anthology journal page with Josefine

Hi everyone,

It’s Josefine and I’m back with a new art journal page for you. I love to try new things. This time it’s a new type of layout for me – leaving some white space (ooooph, I know right?). But I think that you have to challenge yourself every now and then, so I started with some texture for the background.

Then I covered the center of the page with Velvet and Sorbet paints and tried to blend these very well. I needed two layers of paint to get the effect I wanted. Even though I added some splatters here and there I kept the border of the page pretty white. Challenge accomplished 🙂

But see for yourself during my video tutorial:

What do you think? Do you like white spaces on an art journal page or do you prefer covering everything?

Supplies Used


DT-badge-Josefine

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Fall tags with Daniëlle

Hi guys!

It’s my turn today to show you what I’ve created with my Art Anthology products! I decided to make some tags this time.

You can have a look at the snapguide I created for you for a step by step tutorial.

Check out How to Create These Fall Tags With Danielle by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

I got some old slide frames from a friend and I decided to use these in my project. I love to use things that are a bit ‘unusual’. Below is a picture of those frames:

And here are some close-ups of my tags:

Materials I used:

Colorations: Avocado, Salmon, Warm

Sorbet: Kenyan Copper, Vegas Gold

Clear Coat: Splashed

Stencil: Diamond Grunge

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You can also join our Facebook group Art Anthology’s Adventures in Art, where you can share your creations!

 

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3D mixed media canvas photoframe with Daniëlle

Hi guys!

Daniëlle here with a 3D mixed media canvas for you to see today! Something a little different than art journaling but I also love to create these 3D, full of texture, canvases. Today I have a canvas with a photoframe for you to see.

You can create along with me using the snapguide tutorial I created.

Check out How to Create a 3D Mixed Media Canvas With Danielle by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

Some close ups of the texture in my project:

Materials used:

Colorations: Avocado, Warm, Waimea Bay.

Sorbet: Kenyan Copper, Vegas Gold

 

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You can also join our Facebook group Art Anthology’s Adventures in Art, where you can share your creations!

 

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Not So Itsy Bitsy Spider by Toni

Well it’s that time of year when we all get busy with holiday decorating and at my house it usually begins with Halloween. Today I created an inexpensive home decor piece enhanced by the Art Anthology products with dollar store finds. While browsing the aisles at the dollar store I came across the following products to use in my project, canvas, rubber spiders and bugs, floral glass shards, floral moss, pipe cleaners and wood blocks. The light bulb is actually a Christmas ornament I purchased last year.  The back of the canvas was collaged with some clearance napkins I purchased last year after the Halloween season. Art Anthology Texture Mud ran through a brick stencil and smudged with Colorations-French Toast which is no longer available in our store, but a similar color you can use is Warm and Sorbet paint Black Leather Jacket and Stone Effects Concrete provided the perfect back drop for my spider. My little wooden blocks worked perfectly to add my title.  Hope you enjoyed this project, and wishing you a BOOOOOOtiful Halloween season.

The following AA products were used

Stone Effects – Concrete                                     Colorations Spray – Warm

Sorbet-Black Leather Jacket                               Mud Texture Paste 

Check out How to Create Halloween Decor With Art Anthology by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

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Dragonfly canvas by Marleen.

Hi everybody , Marleen here with a canvas inspired by the new October moodboard! Sign up for the newsletter, you will  see a moodbaord there every month.

I was also inspired with something I saw on Facebook. Making molds from stamps and make you own embellishments from paperclay. That is so much fun!

So I took an old handcarved stamp and made a mold.

The rest you see in the Snapguide tutorial, I hope you get inspired!

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

Some detail photos:

Materials:

Colorations: Timeless, Ink Spot, Indigo
Sorbet: Honolulu, Pixi, Vegas Gold
Velvet: Reef, Tuxedo
Fairy Dust: Gilded Gold
Stencil: Luna

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Have a great day 😉

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Tattered Time by Toni

Oh happy day everyone, I’m up on the blog today with some inspiration using textiles with your Art Anthology paints and mixed media style. Gathering inspiration from this month’s mood board was not difficult. 

Using an embroidery hoop, I sewed together muslin pieces as well as made ruffles with muslin.  I really wanted the look to be very raw and random…. hence the name “Tattered Time”. Textiles are really fun to use in your mixed media because  the fibers and threads absolutely add that something special to your piece.   Using AA’s Coffee Stain Stencil with Kona paint gave the muslin background a nice messy look. Drips and drizzles  of Colorations Sprays is all my background needed to bring out the pretty colors from our mood board.  The two colors used were Warm and Peacock Feathers which were also used to dye the tulle ruffle for the dress and tint the flowers in our ladies hair. Craft sand mixed in  with Kona, Kenyan Copper and Mint Julep provided the nice patina’d look to my clock face. 

Random laces and trims hang from the side of the clock to bring the entire piece together. This will be fun to hang on my wall in my studio. Hope you are inspired to get out those scraps of materials that are stuffed in your drawer and create something spectacular with them.

The following are Art Anthology products that were used on my project.

Coffee Stain Stencil 

Colorations Spray – Peacock Feathers, Warm 

Sorbet – Kenyan Copper, Mint Julep, Black Leather Jacket

Velvet – Kona

 

Check out How to Get Creative With Textiles and Mixed Media by Art Anthology on Snapguide.

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