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wtorek, 25 kwietnia 2017

Listen to your heart - video tutorial

today I have for you new video tutorial for 7 Dots Studio Design Team.

I used wooden base to make this simple tag. The main decoration of my project are the word stickers. I think that thanks to them I got a very original background.

You can watch the whole process on my video (link below).

Please enjoy my video:

7 Dots Studio supplies:

Writer’s Block – Tags 12×12

poniedziałek, 24 kwietnia 2017

Art is My Place… - Prima Art Recipe

today I have for you new project for April Prima Art Recipe.
Our theme this month was "Attic Findings" and the main products - Patina Effect Pastes + Mechanicals.

I really love creating my mixed media projects on wooden substrates. I can go crazy with paints and various media and nothing bad happens with my base. This time I chose a plywood butterfly. For a project like this, you can really use so many things. These may be some flea market trinkets, "attic findings" like old, broken jewelry, watches or watch parts, buttons, or any pretty trinkets that grab your attention. Surely each of you will find something like this at home :)

First, I glued all embellishments with Heavy Body Gel. I mostly used the new Mechanicals - Vintage Snowflakes, Winter Trinkets and Lotus flower. I also added some Art Stones and Mini Art Stones - they make every project have this unique vintage character.

After all things were added, it was time to use Patina Effect Paste. The effect is just amazing! We can easily transform any object into an item that looks as if it was found at the attic or sunk for long years in the sea.

To soften my butterfly a bit, I used Heavy White Gesso. I used a dry brush and a very small amount of gesso, only to highlight the details, not paint them. I'm not a fan of saturated greens, so now the results looks much more satisfying for me. Finally, I added clear Art Pebbles and a little bit of Glitter to this beautiful Lotus flower.

Prima Products: Patina Effect Paste 964351; Art Basics: Heavy White Gesso 961374, Modeling Paste 961350, Soft Matte Gel 961428, Super Heavy Gel 963040; Mechanicals: Metal Lotus 964382, Winter Trinkets 964405, Vintage Snowflakes 964399, Bottle Caps 960391; Art Ingredients: Glitter Set - Luminous 961596, Glitter Set - Abloom 961619, Mini Art Stones 963712, Art Stones 963705, Mélange Art Pebbles 963323, Ingvild Bolme - Street Signs 892166

niedziela, 23 kwietnia 2017

Always Remember - 7 Dots Studio Design Team

Hello friends,
it's time for my new project for 7 Dots Studio

I wanted to make something vintage and rich in diverse media. I used paints, waxes, and basics media like gesso and modeling paste, to achieve the effect you see.

7 Dots Studio has many interesting stencils, this time I reached for Letters Stencil from Writer’s Block collection. This perfectly complements my background.

I also used other elements from this collection – word stickers, die-cut elements and papers. Its colors are rather neutral, thanks to the adding paints can be matched with many projects.

7 Dots Studio supplies:

Writer’s Block – Letters Stencil

niedziela, 9 kwietnia 2017

Time Flies - mixed media frame for Finnabair Creative Team

Hello friends,
this is my new project for Finnabair Creative Team.

I realy love to find new ways to use ordinary things. This time a folding wooden ruler caught my eye. I'm sure you can easily find something like that in a local store or maybe in your toolbox. 

I used this wooden measuring tape to shape a frame and have a great base for my whole project. You can watch the entire creative process in my video below.

I painted the mould elements with Art Alchemy Sparks and rubbed with Art Alchemy Waxes. This combination gives an extraordinary effect and ordinary paper clay magically turns into a beautiful relief.

I wanted this project to be rich, full of details and layers. I wanted my piece to be complex and make the viewers discover something new at every glance.

Before I started to work, I prepared a lot of items I liked and set myself a task of putting them all in that frame. And I made it. :)

Why I chose "Time Flies" for the title of my project?
Because I see here a little girl, but her look is very serious. And this reminds me of how fast this time flies... How fast we grow up and leave childhood and childhood dreams behind.

Maybe my canvas will inspire you to create along and express your long forgotten dreams with paints and paper. Or perhaps you may even return to your childhood dreams and try to fulfill them...

I wish you that with all my heArt. :)

Please enjoy my video: