Hello My Crafty Friends,
This is Archana here, Creative designer @craftyscrappers, Hope you guys are doing great, and having lots of fun during the festive month.As promised I am back with another mixed media project for you all,and today i will be showing you how to recycle cardboard rolls and make a pretty mixed media art.
I also have a start to finish video tutorial for you, demonstrating how i created this.
To create my projects i have used the following supplies from @craftyscrappers
STAMP SET- INSPIRE
CHALKPAINT- HAZEY CUCUMBER
SHIMMER PASTE- PUMPKIN
SHIMMER SPRAY- DANCING PEACOCK
other than these i have also used metal charms, some of my handmade art stones, thread and micro beads.
if you have missed the previous post check it out here:
You can create Cards, layouts, a journal page, Canvases, interactive/3D cards, mixed media, altered art …anything crafty,
With “Diwali”or “Dussehera” Theme in it.
Don’t forget to add the touch of DAZZLE,SPRAKLE & SHINE to your project.
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Last date of submission is 30 NOVEMBER 2018
So here is my MIXED MEDIA RECYCLED CARDBOARD ROLLS
A BRIEF TUTORIAL:
- I took three small size cardboard roll and glue them together.
- Next I added cotton cloth using PVA glue, To create more texture on the surface I also added some thread.
- After it dries completely, I glue down some jewelry pieces, and to put everything together I glue down some art stones and micro beads.
- To prime the project I decided to use chalk paint instead of gesso… the shade I used here is called hazy cucumber. ( I just love the way chalk paint gives colored matt finish and at the same time primes the surface nicely and smoothly )
- To give little bit of depth around the object I used shimmer spray “Dancing Peacock” from craftyscrappers.
- Next for focal point I added chipboard cutout… here I used fairy and covered this cutout using Craftyscrappers shimmer paste “Sweet Pumpkin” and then glue down that chipboard cutout on to the project.
- To finish the project I used sentiment from stamp set called “Inspire”.
- I highlighted project with gesso using dry brush technique.
Check out my complete video tutorial here:
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