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Saturday, March 25, 2017

Mixed media Canvas

Hello crafty people out there,

Vrajangna here with a wonderful product from imaginations.
This is my first post for Imaginations featuring their Magical Mica powders.

Magical mica powder which are so awesome to work with so many mediums and forms.

To buy you can visit the store by clicking HERE, there are many other wonderful items available at store.

You can visit the blog for other tutorials and inspiration post by clicking HERE

Today i would like to show you a mixed media canvas i prepared with magical mica and few Papericious chipboard, TCW and Memory box stencils.
 I was inspired by the #ccbchallenge moodboard for the canvas.

I started with a canvas board; i placed the heart stencil and used art basics’ texture paste over it using a palette knife.

Allowed it to dry and then i used distress inks and water brush to spread the happy colours.

Once the colours dried i again placed the stencil over it and daubed versamark watermark ink over the  stencil.

Later i removed the stencil and i used my brush to apply the magical mica powder (crimson red, mystical gold and blue gold).

The best part is that the magical mica powder will stick only to the stencilled area where versamark ink is there. I daubed random areas and you can see the magic how shiny the hearts are. Totally loved the effect.
I left the canvas to dry and i took an embossing folder and applied versamark ink on one side of the folder and placed my black cardstock and passed it through my die cutting machine.
Once embossed i applied mystical gold mica powder over it and the embossed areas were left black and rest were covered with mica powder giving an antique effect.

I rolled the black cardstock to make a tube and also cut a half circle and folded it to form a cone which i layered on top of tube.

I used the left over wires from my mulberry flowers and twisted two wires till i got the desired length and then i covered it with green floral tape to secure it tight. 

I cut a circular black cardstock equivalent to the size of the tube inserted the wire and twisted it from inside to hold it tight and assembled the cone, tube and wired circular cardstock to form a water gun.

I took papericious sigma cardstock and used flower die to get the die cuts to form a flower.
I used zig clear brush colours to form flowers of various shades.

I layered up the layers from big to small and added a contrasting bead in the centre.

I used spellbinder foliage die for the leaves and also spellbinder holiday die for the vines.

I used Twinklets diamond dust and glossy accent to cover the tips of the leaves.

I took papericious chipboard cut it to my requirement, daubed it with versamark and used blue gold and pearl white mica powder for the shinny effect.

Once i was ready with my flowers, water gun chipboards, i started layering them on my canvas.
I started by placing the water gun on one end and placed the flowers in a curve in a way they are coming out from the gun.
I used my silhouette cameo to cut my quote “you colour me happy” and coloured it using zig clear brush colours.

For the quote also i used a script stamp i had and used versamark ink for stamping and used mystical gold to sprinkle over it.

Here is the final canvas i ended up with

Few close ups

I sprinkled papericious sequiens at the end and two butterflies.
Hope you all will like it and friends do experiment with mica powder its wonderful.

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Mixed media tissue paper box

Hello crafty people out there.
Today i would like to share a mixed media tissue paper box i made as a DT post for Ericraft stamps.

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I have used pretty pea image from their store. 
I started by painting the mdf tissue paper box with white paint, once dries i coloured two sides in violet and two sides in green.
Sorry in excitement forgot to click the box coloured in white.

I used memory box stencil for the two sides,  TCW heart stencil on front (below the flowers)creative expressions die (in black) for front and back side. Used kaisercraft butterflies and covered few areas with glossy accent and sprinkled rock candyclear glitter over it. 
I used zig clear brush colours to colour the pretty pea image. 
I used the same image in my previous post for Aussie Digital Artists Challenge Group with different shades ( original peacock feather shades, click HERE).
Here i used different shades, i kept drops of glossy accent on center spots of feathers and sprinkled rock candy clear glitter over it.
I used spellbinder dies and also my new heart stencil, texture paste and some mulberry flowers.
I was inspired by #ccbchallenge moodboard for the mixed media box.
Here are few more pictures of other sides of the box.

Hope you all will like it.
Entering it into following challenges

Thank you,

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Pretty pea

Hello friends,
A new month with a new challenge at Aussie Digital Artists Challenge Group, to enter the challenge click Here, don't forget to visit and check other amazing inspiration projects by our Team Members.

This month our sponsor is

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For this month i have selected the enchanting pretty pea image.

Here is my take on this month challenge.

I created the journal cover. I stamped the peacock feather stamp from mudra stamp to create background and heat embossed it with clear embossing powder.

I used joy craft feather die for the die cut and spellbinder holiday die for the flower and some punch flowers.

Used a blue lace for the left border.
Before attaching the lace i distressed the background with some bright colours to bring life to the cover.

I coloured the pretty pea image using zig clear brush pens and fussy cut it. Used foam tape to create dimension.

Stamped fly and spread your wings from technique Tuesday stamps.

Hope you all will like it.
Entering it into following challenges