Tuesday, 24 February 2015
A quick post for you.
This is just a lot of photo's of a card that I have made for my husband's
Texture paste through a stencil.
A mix of Paper Artsy Stamps and Tim Holtz.
Deco art crackle paint.
Let me know what you think?
Cheers Dee x
Sunday, 22 February 2015
Hi everyone! I do hope you are all well. I am very busy with work and trying to
do some crafting in the small amount of time that I can manage to wangle
away from every thing.
So with that in mind
here's a sneaky peek at my next post for The Artistic Stamper
Why not pop over to see how I created this picture
Let me know what you think!
Cheers Dee x
Friday, 20 February 2015
Hi everyone I have some news to share with you I was very lucky to be
chosen to join the DT @ Sandee & ameilie's
So if you love steampunk and want to show your art pop over
and check out the challenges on the blog.
Friday, 6 February 2015
Hi everyone I have for you today a beer mat from my local
micro pub which is called the compass and as I
LOVE compasses and clocks
I offered to alter their
OK for this I used Stone Fresco Finish paint mixed with white acrylic.
Next I sprayed it with Distress Stains spray in Iced Spruce, Faded Jeans
& Gathered Twigs.
Next I brushed on matt multi medium and dried
with my heat gun.
I had some scrap triple embossed card so I used the New flourish stamp from
The Artistic Stamper and pressed it into the hot embossing powder.
Next I coloured the embossed card and the die cut cogs with
Deco Art antiquing cream.
The compass stamp is from Indigo Blue I think the other
one is a small Tim Holtz clock stamp.
Stencils and lots of Ferro graphite was used. Tommorow
I will be returning their beer mat to them I
hope they like it! let me know
what you think?
Wednesday, 4 February 2015
Sunday, 1 February 2015
The Artistic Stamper Challenge for this month is LOVE
and as its Valentines I have done a heart using
Deco art media range and the fabulous
Artistic Stamper Swirls stamp.
1. Papier-Mache heart
2. Deco Art Media line Gesso & Crackle paste.
3 Deco art Americano Jack O Lantern Orange, Burnt Orange & Deep Burgandy
4. Media fluid acrylics Quinacridone Gold, Carbon Black Antquing cream.
5. Treasure Gold Spanish Topaz and White Fire.
6. Fimo black clay.
7. Glass Micro beads.
First I covered the heart with Gesso and put on the crackle paste
with a pallet knife.
I pushed the micro beads into the wet crackle paste, I allowed it to dry
I painted the heart with Jack O lantern Orange, then Burnt Orange, next
I painted the entire heart with Deep Burgandy.
Once the paint had dried I then used the Quinacridone Gold.
I rolled out the Black Fimo clay and wet the swirl stamp and stamped
it into the clay three times and cut out. I baked
it in the oven once I took it out I bent it
round the heart.
Once cooled I attached it with a hot glue gun and gilded
it with treasure gold.
When I had completed the heart it reminded me of the apple in
Snow White as it has a beautiful sheen to it.
What do you think?
Cheers Dee x