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Novogrodski created this amazing mixed media canvas using our JulyScraps of Elegance Sunshine & Sweet Tea kit
She covered the canvas in gesso, then applied Tim Holtz Tissue paper, torn and modge-podged randomly, throughout the background. She then unwound string and placed it all over the background, covering it in gesso, then a layer of Opal Magic Pink-Blue Art Alchemy paint, found in the main kit this month. She went over different areas with Gelatos in Raspberry and Metallic Blueberry. We have a wide variety of Gelatos in our shop you can find the colors she used HERE.
She used Primas Art Extravagance White Crackle paste on the edges before applying the gelatos and paint.
She used Heartfelt Creations' Daisy Patch Flower Stamps (from a previous kit). She stamped them on papers in the Main Kit and then added color with Gelatos. She also colored some of the Minnie Pearl Prills with Lindys Mist in California Poppy Gold. You can find the Prills she used HERE.
She was inspired by her friend Lisa Gregory to emboss her Prima Forest Leaves dies with Lindy's Stamp Gang embossing powders. She used Midnight Gold, Cosmic Blue Violet, Hyacinth Blue Jade, Merry Go Round Green and Desert Moon Turqoise. She basically just pressed each leaf onto an embossing pad then sprinkled different colors on them to mix them together.
The center jar is a Blue Fern Studios Floral Jars Chipboard found in the July Elements Add On. She embossed this as well, with her favorite Stampendous Encrusted Jewels in Purple. If you have not tried these embossing powders she highly recommends them. You can find them HERE. She also used some glass beads and Prills to fill up the jar.
The bird is from the BoBunny Butterfly Kisses Printed Chipboard found in the Main Kit. She covered it in Prills and Watermelon Glitter from Blue Fern Studios Imagine Ink. This glitter was found in our Elements Add On as well. Everything was edged in Tea Dye Distress Ink that was included in the Color Add On.
Denisa used our July Scraps of Darkness An Ocean Tale kit, and designed this extremely cool project....
She decided to step away from a classic layout size....she kept the height as usual, but limited the width a bit to 6 inches or 15cm only. A brand new look.
She cut the oval pic into halves. From the main kit she used the Swirl Flourish Stencil, Art C Heavy Body Acrylic Metallic Paint Tube, Prima flowers and Voyage Beneath The Sea Collection paper from Graphic45.
She also used Graphic45 Chipboard, Finnabair´s Rusty Gears Mechanicals, Blue Fern Studios Laser Cut Chipboard Seaside Seashells and Always and Forever Self Adhesive Pearls from Elements Add-On.
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