Loved this challenge!

Lindy’s Stamp Gang Colour challenge: Graphic

07-july

Ever since we’ve gotten into mixed media, we were curious to explore different textures/mediums/paints/ink and much more. The first Mist Spray we ordered were Lindy’s Stamp gang Starburst sprays- Prairie Wildflowers. And we fell in love with them. We now have a good collection of these and love spraying them around :-D!

Today for this colour challenge we created a mixed media art work. For our base we chose Iris paper and mounted that on a board. We’ve added different textures and  predominantly used Yellow Rose of Texas and Peony Scarlet Red Spray  for our background.  We then stamped with black archival to create more textures. We next chose our embellishments-  chipboard- clock dial, swirl, birds, camera;  flowers; glass bottle; buttons; metal-key, sail boat, telephone, bird house, basket, cycle and pocket watch. We coloured our chipboard and metal add-ons with gesso and then sprayed them with the same shades as our background and stuck them using Tacky glue. We then chose our sentiment (these are good times)- stamped it on the same paper (sprayed with yellow of Texas) and heat embossed it using Lindy’s two-toned embossing powder- Hibiscus Rose Orange. We mounted this onto a piece of foam and added it to our project. We also stamped the word Memories on top for a little more emphasis.

Voila! We have our own little masterpiece :-)!

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This project has been submitted for-

Lindy’s Stamp Gang July Colour Challenge

Products used-

Yellow Rose of Texas Spray

Peony Scarlet Red Spray

Hibiscus Rose Orange two-toned embossing powder

 

 

 

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