Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Best Wishes to your new home card with Scrapmatts

My new fancy card made with a lot of Scrapmatts chipboards in a very nice pastel colors.
This can be a card for a new home or just the general card with Best Wishes sentiment.
I used Scrapberry's cardstock for the background and then added Scrapmatts frame that was painted with light shabby green paint.
Two housed were painted with more of the shabby paint colors and added over the basic cardstock.
Then each house got a sign: one got this Home arrow sign and the second got the sentiment on the top.
Some flowers were added for the texture and the interest.

 Scrapmatts products used:
CB5121 Houses 01
CB6105 Assorted words 23
CB6092 Ornate frame 20
CB1244 Scrap Words 30
 I enter this card to some web challenges:
Altair Art- Chipboards

Memories layout with Scrapmatts

  Hello my dear crafty friends!
Welcome to my first Scrapmatts project for June.
 I always try to make a large project and a couple of smaller ones.
So 12*12'' layout is mostly a MUST and this is my layout for today.
I still continue to scrap my second daughter's wedding day (it will take forever...) and this is her photo with her beloved 3 years old niece.
I used Kaisercrafts paper collection for this page and added quite a few Scrapmatts chipboards as my only other embellishments and used just one chipboard package, but the HUGE ONE: String Circles 06 Roses CB4070

Each chipboard piece was painted with DecoArt paints and then I added quite a thick layer of DecoArt
Crackle glaze over the dry paint.

Some darker paint was added into the dry cracks and you can see the fantastic result on this big rose here:

 I also added some clear glitter circles using Scrapmatts 9007 Circles stencil, but it's hard to see on the photo.
You can see a bot of the glitter circles here on this close- up:

Another look at the painted chipboards:

Sunday, 25 June 2017

Happy Fathers day Mixed Media tag with Scrapberry's

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my second June post made for Scrapberry's.
This month we celebrate Fathers Day. So it was a great occassion to make something for this celebration.
I decided to make a Mixed Media tag with Scrapberry's products and to show that you can add Mixed Media products  to non Mixed Media line.
So with some stencils, paints, Steampunk chipboards added I got this fancy Steampunk Fathers Day tag:

  Each and every paper piece on this project is from Scrapberry's Words Live Forever collection.
There quite a few layers and I made a side photo shot to show you all these layers:

I added some stencilled words on the second top layers, but after I covered it with the top layer and the embellishments it's hardly seen.
The top layer was made with a stencil, texture paste and shimmery embossing powder.
All chipboard piece were painted with DecoArt paints and then covered with crackle glaze and misted over when dry.
The Scrapberry's metal wings and resin bird were painted with a mix of delicate acrylic paints.
Then I made layered die cut sentiment and heat embossed the paper with black powder.

 So as you can see this Sscrapberry's collection is a perfect fit for any masculine, Steampunk and Mixed Media project.

I enter this tag to some web challenges:
Simon Says Monday challenge- Stencil it

Thursday, 22 June 2017

BoBunny Serendipity video tutorial : Serendipity antered canvas

 Hello my dear crafty friends and  welcome to my new post.
Today I am going to share my Mixed Media altered canvas art piece and I made a small video tutorial too for you to share this project.
First I need to say that I am not a huge video master... LOL
So please be gentle with my second only video afford and I hope it's still pretty much educational and useful.
So here is the finished canvas:

I added a few close- ups for you to see and you can see the process in my video tutorial.

Here is a link to my video tutorial in BoBunny video channel.
Enjoy and please- don't judge too much!

Products used for this project:
Serendipity Love 12'' cardstock
Serendipity Branches 12'' cardstock
Serendipity Feathers 12'' cardstock
Serendipity Flight 12'' cardstock
Serendipity Noteworthy
Serendipity chipboards
Serendipity layered chipboards
Take note stamp set
Wall to wall textures stamp set
Mandala Garden stencil
Backsplash stencil
Tick Tock die
Darling Doily die
Mandala die
Glitter paste Black
Gold glimmer spray

Pentart products:
Rose creamy acrylic paint
Metallic Graphite creamy acrylic paint
Glamour Metallic Greenish
Delicate Acrylic paint Dark Gold
White gesso
Structure paste
3D powder
Bead paste
Express glue
Crackle paste Kitchen green

Her Dad- Her Hero layout

 New Steampunk/Masculine lo made with 7 Dots products and some chipboards form Creative Embellishments, FabScraps, A2Z Scraplets and maybe other companies too; stamps from Unity.
Made for some web challenges:

More than words- Steampunk and the word Father

AltairArt- Chipboards
 Fathers day for egoCraft

Scrap our stash- Tic Tac Toe- left column- red- camera(big chipboard one over the photo, but hardly seen) and wood (3 wooden stars)
June Tic Tac Toe Stash Challenge

Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Make your background with Prickley Pear

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my Make your own background project made for Prickley Pear Rubber stamps.
I made this canvas tag by myself with a piece of leftover canvas and then covered it with white gesso.
After the gesso was dry I added texture paste over an art stencil and the texture is well seen even after all those layers of mists I added over the canvas.
The Let your Faith Prickley Pear stamp was stamped over the piece of thick cardstock and painted over with the same mists, but the colors are pretty different over paper as you can see.
The stamped saying was heat embossed before I added all mists.

Saturday, 17 June 2017

Altered book cover with Art Anthology

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my Art Anthology new post.
Today I am going to share  my new chipboard mini book cover made with bare chipboards and gorgeous Art Anthology products.

 Here are some close- ups to the painted , stencilled and misted cover.

I decided to stay in grey- blue and purples and to make it vintage dark in just three colors.

Metal pieces, small chipboard plate, fabric and paper flowers were also painted and misted into the matching colors.

 And as always I made a full step by step Snapguide tutorial for you that you can see HERE:
Check out How to Make Chipboard Mini Book Cover by Art Anthology on Snapguide.
I enter this are piece to some web challenges:
Altair Art- Chipboards

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