This is a watercolors week on Cornish Heritage Farm blog and it was a real pleasure to make this fast and easy to make projects using CHF delicious Lighthouse 3 printable image, but to make it a small piece of art.
First of all I didn't print it on paper or cardstock, but on a piece of cotton. Then I ironed it as I wanted the image to be permanent and then I just added 5-6 colors of Gelatos over this printed image. A quick wipe with a simple baby wipe over the fabric and Bingo! This lovely piece of art was finished. And as it was " a piece of art" it was framed with a die cut chipboard frame, covered with crackled clear paint.One last touch was this stickles red light over the top of my lighthouse.
I really hope you will try this fun and easy technique using any of our gorgeous CHF images: it's so cheap and can be re -sized to whatever size you want and you can also print it over canvas, silk or thin burlap; try to print it over vellum and to paint on the backside of your print too. Great effect of a mute " like a real" water colored painting.
If you want to make a similar project, you are welcome to link it in CHF blog for all of us to see.
Don't forget to stop by everyone's blog today for more inspiration.
Cornish Heritage Farms Blog - http://cornishheritagefarms.blogspot.com
Frances Byrne (Design Team Co-ordinator) - http://stampowl.blogspot.com
Kristine Reynolds - http://stampingandscrapingincalifornia.blogspot.com
Steph Ackerman - http://stephaniescraps.blogspot.com/
Amber Hillman - http://ambersantics.blogspot.com
Ann Marie Saunders - http://cre8nart.blogspot.com
Irit Shalom - http://iritshalom.blogspot.co.il
Kelly Santi - http://sandcastlestamper.blogspot.com
Maureen Russell - http://maureensmagic.blogspot.com