Tuesday, 25 April 2017

Triple Spring canvas

 This triple canvas was made for some web challenges.
 Lucky me - I had some spare time before I got some of my new DT boxes to work with and thanks to Israeli " speedy" post service they are not here yet. 
So I decided to scroll the web and to find a few Mixed Media challenges I can combine in this triple art piece.
I made two card sized separate canvases and then added them both to a large canvas.
Each of the small canvases was covered with texture background using stencils and stamps and then I added two clusters of chipboards, flowers and other clustered items.
The large canvas was textured on the edges only as I wanted it to stay flat for the smaller ones.
Here are some close- ups to this project:

 And now to the challenges I made this piece for (cross my fingers they like it as it was quite a lot of work and mostly of drying time).

Lindy's Stamp Gang- color board
I used the following Lindy's products here: Sidewalk Chalk Flat Fabio spray
Rusty Lantern Lime Starburst Spray
Blue Hawaiian Blue Starburst spray
Raspberry Lemonade Flat Fabio spray
As I used the white spray over the colored ones the tones are mute as I wanted them to be

Creative embellishments- Spring- I took hot pink and flowers as my inspiration. Some of the chipboards are from CE
I Am Roses challenge- Anything goes with IAR products- half of the flowers on this project are from IAR
Studio 75 challenge- I made this project with the middle horizontal line- Media- Floral paper from Studio 75 and chipboards

Scrap and craft- chipboards

Mixed Media world- Anything MM with watercoloring

Dream paint brushes deco with Art Anthology

 Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my Art Anthology second April post!

This time I decided to show you how you can use your old and messy paint brushes and to make a lovely wall decoration using them with Art Anthology paints and a stencil.
As you can see the project base is made of 21 old paint brushes. My problem is that I never clean my brushes in a proper way. I do clean them here and there, but finally they are done and gone and the only thing you can make with them is an altered project. 
Lucky me, I never buy the expensive brushes and those are all kind of a general $ store ones.
So then life gives you messy " lemons" make a nice lemonade and in my case make a nice altered project.
Here you can see some close- ups to this project:

You can see the full step by step tutorial here on a Snapguide:
Check out How to Make Used Paint Brushes Wall Decoration by Art Anthology on Snapguide.
All products are listed in the Snapguide and I made a full Art Anthology products list HERE in this post .
Hope you like my project and see you soon again with a totally different Mixed Media creation.
 I enter this altered project to some web challenges too:
 Show us some chipboard- for Scrap and Craft challenge

Monday, 24 April 2017

CAS card with Magenta

 CAS card made with Magenta stamps  for some web challenges too:
Flowers for Simon Says
 Color inspiration for Joy Clair blog

Spring with waterclor- for Watercolor Wednesday

Forever Love layout with Scrapberry's

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my second April Scrapberry's inspiration.
As usual if the first project were cards or tags of something small, this will be a layout. So this is my second daughter Wedding layout made with the most gorgeous Holiday Romance collection and I just had the photos that fit the background cardstock in the most perfect way.

As you can see this layout was made with two photos in a different sizes and with the main embellishment cluster under the first photo.
The cluster was made with cardstock cuts, chipboard " Love " Title, metal flair saying " Forever" and my own hand made resin pieces.
I added a bit of blue " water drops" mist over the page and even over the photo.

" Happy Moments" arrow was stamped and added on the bottom of the page.

On the right  upper side I die cut lots of blue cardstock circles and stamped this " Best picture ever" with white heat embossing over on of them.
More Scrapberry's embellishments were added near and over the circles.
Two couples clips were glued over the cardstock cluster and they are very similar to  my darling family new couple.
Some chipboard arrows negative were glued near the circles and yes, I use the left over negative and added red Stains ink edges to fit  some of red color as the extra color of this kind of Nautical  page.

 I really hope that you like this page and can see the option of making wedding photos shine in a totally different, non traditional way.

 Scrapberry's product used:
Holiday Romance- Dreams 12*12'' cardstock
Holiday Romance- Day Dream 12*12'' cardstock
Holiday Romance- Full of Mirth 12*12'' cardstock
Holiday Romance - Touching Story 12*12'' cardstock
Holiday Romance -Nostalgia 12*12'' cardstock
Holiday Romance 6*6'' paper pad
Photo Archive stamps SCB4907013b
Photo Archive stamps SCB4907011b
Floral Embroidery Crystal stickers decorations SCB53000007
Birds of Paradise chipboard embellishments SCB62000110
Holiday Romance chipboard embellishments SCB62000106b
Discovery Italy Crystal stickers decorations SCB53000005
Elegy Rhinestone brads SCB340108
Metal embellishments
Stains ink Red
Stains ink Blue

Art tag

Mixed Media tag  made with Unity stamps for some web challenges:
Craft Stamper- Anything goes
 Artistic stamper- make your own background challenge

Saturday, 22 April 2017

Altered canvas covered notebook for FaveCrafts

For a very long time I wanted one of those fancy planners, but they very expensive. So I bought one cheap office planner and decided to upgrade it with some of the swag I got during the Blogger event and some of not expensive products I already had at home. I loved the door concept as the planner to the New Year is like a new door opened to the world. I add this HOPE AND LOVE metal sign as a family name and made it in general vintage colors and design, so it can fit my own style. But if you change the colors, stencil designs and flower style you can make it shabby, modern, classic or whatever style you like

 The full tutorial is HERE in FaveCrafts blog.
I enter this to some web challenges too:
 Simon Says Stamp and Show- Add a number
 Embossing- Altairart- the web texture paste was heat embossed with clear powder to  keep the shape forever.

Emerald Creek- Double duty challenge. Here is how I take this double duty thing: it's an atr piece made for challenges, but on the other side it's a planner made to  use. So it's totally double duty one.
 Dream in Darkness- not cute, dark, Mixed Media
 Country view challenges- Rust
Moodboard- Berry71Bleu
A vintage Journey- Use three of something- so I have three rows of door panels; three metal pieces; three pearls over the ribbon

Friday, 21 April 2017

Box full of flowers with Art Anthology

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my altered box made for Art Anthology!

Spring is in the air and the best way to celebrate Spring is to make a bright and full of flowers project.So this altered wooden box is my tribute to Spring and to everything new. Why is it everything new? As this is my very first time to make self made painted flowers and the very first time to use Foamiran to make those flowers.

I heard about this product that is actually the very thin foam. You can die cut it, paint it and then shrink it a bit with your heat gun to get those great, pretty much like real, flowers.
So for my very first attempt to use this foam I used Art Anthology paints and colorations to see if it works. And it worked just perfect.
Here are some close - ups to the flowers and then I made a tutorial to show you how you can make  the flowers and to embellish your $ store simple woden box with these flowers.

You can see the full step by step tutorial here on a Snapguide:
Check out How to Make Spring Flowers Altered Box by Art Anthology on Snapguide.
All products are listed in the Snapguide and I made a full Art Anthology products list here in this post too.
Hope you like my project and see you soon again with a totally different Mixed Media creation.
 I enter this piece to Spring blooms challenge on ScrapyLand- all flowers are die cuts using foamiran and I used mostly Sizzix and Spelbinders dies.

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