I`ve made a canvas for my mother. Started of with a recycled canvas that I painted with gesso, texture sand, paste and a scrap of a die cut paper. Also used some recycled tissue with yellow chickens that you can see if you know it`s there...There are lots of layers of paint on this canvas in shades of yellow, purple and lilac...took me a few days between layers. Painted some seashells and flowers in the same colors and layers and added some mica beads in silver and lilac...added some metal decorations from my stash and recycled an old silver brosch. The flowers also got some resin roses in the center. On top of it all I sprayed glimmer mist in yellow and lilac.
Jag har använt ett designpapper från prima till bakgrunden. Sen har jag använt ett designpapper från 13@rts där jag klippt ut alla dekorationer från pappret. Har mistat med perfect pearls i rosa färg ihop med vatten.
Mönsterpappret från making memories (med flockade/sammet blad) har jag haft sen 2007..men plötsligt händer det och kommer till användning :). klippte även ut bladrankor från samma papper som jag dekorerade med. bokstäverna har jag målat i matchande akrylfärger. De små blå pluttarna är från början vanliga smyckespärlor som jag smälte i ugnen. Blev riktigt bra tycker jag.
I´ve made a mixed media card with ink spray and lots of water and layers.
The clear stamp with birds and branches are stamped twice and a third time for some shading in the back. Added some die-cut butterflies and a Swedish die cut that says congrats in swedish. Used a white posca pen to highlight details.
I have a mixed media card to show you. Used dylusions ink spray red and orange with water blend. Some different stamps and a die word that says congrats in Swedish from a Swedish company Idas Magasin. It is die cuted in self adhesive foil and colored with black alcohol ink. The circle dies are spellbinders. Also added some Sakura Gelly roll pen on some of the stamps.
I have a mixed media card to show you today. I´ve used dylusions ink spray and chalkboard black spray. Stamps from Hero arts and the die word says Congrats in Swedish and made by Idas Magasin here in Sweden. The circles are spellbinder dies.
I am sorry to say that due to private circumstances. This will be my final post as a wicked blogger.
There are very few people who understands this...how much we love this celebration as dark crafters! I did not survive ;) I truly appreciate all of you!
I have been working non stop all summer and I am finally going away for a holiday next week and thought I would be able to pre schedule everything but I don´t and my body is fighting me so I have to listen to it ...I am strong but I guess I am not that strong...
and not as wicked as I thought.
Anyways...I´ve used a pretty digital image from smearedink.com "The East" new digi and I love her. She is colored with copics. Also used a rubber from smeared Ink as bg from the poe set.
Thank you all! and a big thank you to Terra and Tori (also the team) at smearedink and smeared&smudged, I truly love this...really do.
Wow...how are you lurkers doin` ?
Will be pretty impressed by all of you who comment on every single enrty the whole month...
I´ve altered a glass bottle... Stained red acrylic paint inside the bottle. Stamped a rubber stamp from smearedink.com on black tissue paper with a white inkpad. Added to the glass with Dina Wakley gel medium from Ranger. Added some trim and spiders that I painted with some red acrylic paint as well. On top is a flatback decoration that I painted in matching colors...
Filled the bottle with black glitter plastic skeletons that I broke into pieces and also added some white faux web.
You will see a lot of bats on my projects...just LOVE em!
This is a bit cute... the digital image from dilly beans stamps is just adorable. Colored with copics and added some wobbling eyes...
Added some mesh in green and purple on the dp.
I had a hard time taking pics and the colors are not adding up..the colors are more vivid and brighter in real.
The "halloween" rubber text stamp is from vilda stamps here in Sweden and coated with a decoupage sealer.