Today I will show you a confirmation card.
Today I will show you a confirmation card.
1. Apply white texture paste to the number. Create gentle waves of texture paste to mimic the ocean using a popsicle stick. Set aside to dry thoroughly.
2. Paint the texture paste with shades of aqua blue & green metallic paint. Set aside to dry.
Do you ever find yourself longing for simpler, more harmonious times? I certainly do. I made this canvas to remind me to be centered and look for the peaceful solution in all things.
Tim Holtz Distress Ink (Ranger): I chose three distress blues and one distress oxide
Stencil: Mine is from Stencil Girl
Faber Castel Pitt Pens in Black
Wow! Embossing Ink Pad
Seth Apter Baked Texture Bees Wax
Tim Holtz (Ranger) Matte Media
1. Adhere the stencil to your canvas
2. Apply various colors of ink with a sponge, through the stencil and let dry.
3. Remove stencil and make sure all of the ink is completely dry. Go over any of the black lines you like with your Pitt pen (or black permanent ink marker)
4. Stamp over the canvas with Embossing Ink (Wow! is thick and slow drying)
5. Add the baked texture powder and heat with an embossing gun. I do step 4 and 5 twice, cooling the canvas between each application.
6. Using matte media adhere the Diamond Dew Drops.
7. Your canvas is now ready to frame, use on an art journal cover or to decorate a household item.
Thanks for stopping by today. I will see you the first Saturday of June! Be well and keep crafting.
Do you love mixed media art journals? This is a project for you.
Hello, today I created a collage for Robin’s Nest using purple dew drops, paint, and collage materials.
I started with a piece of cardboard as the base for this collage then built up the layers starting with gesso, acrylic paint, and some water. I then used Distress ink and TCW stencil Sunflower Mandala to create some depth to the center of the collage. then added some modeling paste to the background along the edges with a TCW stencil. Using black ink along the edges to enhance the piece I then glued down the image from Gecko Galz and added the purple dew drops.
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Hello everyone! I have another tutorial for you today using Dew Drops from The Robin’s Nest.
Isn’t it beautiful? Let me show you how to make it.
Hi everyone, I have a really cute project for you today that is so easy to make. You will need some butterfly die-cuts or store-bought embellishments and a few other supplies. A complete list of items used is below.
I used the Dew Drops to embellish the butterfly bodies. Isn’t that beautiful? I have a tutorial below with all the steps to make this beautiful tag.
Apply the Distress Oxide covering the entire tag. Blend as you go along.
Give it a light spritz of water. Allow it to dry.
Arrange your butterfly embellishments and stick down with glue.
Add the Dew Drops on the butterfly bodies. Stick down with embellishment glue.
Add your ribbon or yarn and you are all done!
Hello, I hope you are keeping safe and making use of your time at home. To help keep you busy I have a cute tutorial for you using Dew Drops of course!
You need a few supplies:
Happy Saturday! Victoria here. I am back with another wonderful Dew Drops Canvas and a notebook with a yoga theme. This was such a relaxing project to do and I have a useful notebook to gift to a friend.
Here are the products you need for this project:
Dew Drops Canvas in Artsy Namaste
A composition book
Echo Park Paper from the Little Girl Collection Kit (Lilac strip)
Jacquard Lumiere Paints in Pewter, Halo Blue Gold, and Halo Violet Gold
Tim Holtz Stencil
Prima Chalk in Branch Bark
5/8 inch Grosgrain Ribbon – ivory and gold chevron
Liquid Adhesive – Aleene’s Tacky Glue
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