Hello , My dear creative friends! Irit is here and this time we are going to make some Wall art, or actually just some wall patterns, using those simple and cheap office stickers together with our gorgeous Creative Inspirations Paints.
I made a few different samples of possible walls- all ATC size and one finished ATC just show your how you can use your walls after they are done.
Creative Inspirations paints: Chocolate, Beige, Garnet, Sunshine
Office stickers: permanent and non permanent ones
And now to work:
1. Painted permanent stickers wall
Add some small permanent stickers over your cardstock building a wall pattern.
Cover the whole pattern with a lot of paint. As our stickers are the regular paper, they catch the paint faster and better (the ATC is part glossy), but still all the cardstock is paint covered.
2. Wall made with non permanent stickers.
I used those big printable stickers, torn and added as a wall pattern. After the whole piece was painted, I just peeled those stickers for this wall look.
This time I made a bit of a homemade mist with our sunshine paint and misted the permanent stickers to make my Yellow brick road. The black spots were made with some black ink drops
And my final ATC project- I made the red edges with Garnet paint and stamped with Black ink over the wall
Now go and make your own wall art!
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