czwartek, 19 września 2019
Today I want to share with you a thank you tag I made recently.
It was attached to a box of chocolates later.
The background is inked and stamped and the flower is a wooden piece painted with Pebeo Prisme- oil based liquid alkyd colors.
I mixed together the colours and they gave me this astonishing marbled effect.
I'm linking this to:
Try it on Tuesday:hot-hot-hot
My time to craft challenge: anything but a card
Not just cards challenges: september challenge
środa, 28 sierpnia 2019
Mój kolaż świetnie wpisuje się w wyzwanie dotknij tego na blogu kreatywnym.
Do uzyskania tekstury użyłam wielu elementów:
gwiazdy wyciętej ze starego swetra, koralików i perełek.
I am also linking this to artydivaschallenge:challenge 3
The quote by Oscar Wild says: Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken.
sobota, 17 sierpnia 2019
sobota, 10 sierpnia 2019
In this challenge group it is all about doing Mixed Media Art... with a Song. Every month there is one song, which is a great inspiration to create.
This month our theme is Hotel California by The Eagles and my take on this theme is a big collage tag. I was inspired by the words:
And I was thinking to myself
'This could be heaven or this could be Hell'
Plenty of room at the Hotel California
Any time of year (any time of year) you can find it here.
Pop over to our Facebook Group- our DT will knock your socks off with their stunning projects!
środa, 17 lipca 2019
It all started with a gift I got for Mother's Day this year.
I didn't like the look of a plastic cup so I decided to upcycle it a bit.
My son told me he has just expected it so he has bought an ugly one.
As I have been a mother over 37 years my cup would be rusty and worn up!
I started with building a composition of metal pieces , than covered all with black gesso.
Next step was adding rust effect by Stamperia.
Than it was time for metallic paint Gold Pearl from 13 Arts and Rose Gold from FolkArt.
I also used Patina Effect paint from Pentart.
I finished off my piece with some copper wire and beads.
I'm linking this to: