Monday, November 17, 2014

The Littlest Angel for Your Tree

It's that time of year again. Time to get out the glitter and paints and make a little treasure.
 
This adorable Primitive Angel Art Doll kit is from
 
Soooooooooooooo sweet! And she's only 4 inches high. Perfect for your tree.

 
The Jingle Bells and her Halo are in the shop, as well as the Paper Clay and Art Doll Face Mold that I used here.
 
Check out the site and order a few to make for the Season.
 
I'll be uploading more here.....so
 
Watch This Space!!
 
Linda
 
 
Other Products Used: Fresco Paints, Finnabair-Luminous Glitter Set and Soft Gloss Gel, Coffee Archival Ink, Finnabair Stamp Set, Gold Ric-Rac, Pens, Wire, Gold Cord.

Monday, November 10, 2014

Art Extravaganza Pocket Watch

The Finnabair Creative Team has a few projects over on the Prima Blog today. We're showcasing the Art Extravagance products.


They include Texture Pastes and Crackles. I think you're gonna love these products.


I popped the back off the Clock/Pocket Watch and painted the entire thing with Heavy Black Gesso.

Then I added Platinum and Copper Crackle Texture Paste.


Using Black Archival Ink and the Sunrise Sunset Stamp#3 set I stamped the back. I wanted a worn and vintage look so I didn't use an acrylic block, I just pressed the inked stamp gently leaving areas unstamped.


 I spread a layer of Graphite Texture Paste into the back of the Clock and ran a tool through it creating a pattern. Then I sprinkled 3 shades of Glitter around and added the Plum Glass Beads.  Let this dry.


The Small Clock Face is pushed into clear embossing ink and embossed with Verdigris Embossing Powder. Next I mixed 2 shades of paint to get the same color of turquoise, then I added it to the back in spots with a sponge.

The front of the clock has Copper and Platinum Texture Crackle randomly painted around. When it dried, I added some of the paint to break up the color. Both pieces were sealed with Soft Gloss Gel for a nice shiny finish. Cut out the Vintage photo of the girl and glue to the Clock Face.


The Crinkle Ribbon was colored with Distress Inks and stamped with the Sunrise Sunset#2 stamp. I used a Mini Flower, the Wings and a Star Brad to decorate the front. 


I broke up the color of the clock face with some Charcoal Art Sugar that I added with Soft Gel.

Glue you pieces together with 3D Matt Gel...it really works great!


This is just my 3 samples of the Texture Pastes...the Platinum, the Copper and the Graphite with the Glitter added. I used Distress Inks on the Crackle when dry for a richer color.

Be sure to check out the other Team Members projects over on the

Hope you enjoyed this step-out. As always, ask questions and let me know what you're up to!

Linda


Other Products: Vintage Photo, Jet Black Archival Ink, Vintage Picture, Crinkle Ribbon, Distress Inks, Acrylic Paints, Embossing Ink, Verdigris Embossing Powder and a Copper Brad.
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