Friday, 11 November 2016

Hold On Time

Hi again, Friends!
Are you ready for a brand new beautiful inspiration from my Team? :) 
This Friday belongs to Athanasia who created a deliciously textured, layered vintage little world on a journal page. There's a video tutorial too so we hope you'll feel encouraged to try Athanasia's techniques yourself. Happy creating, you all!
Hello dear friends!
I was keeping the canvas sheet of my Denim Journal since I had the journal and I was waiting for the big idea to come - maybe something special or even better - something different that usual...

Even though it has been a really long time since I created something in vintage style, I wasn't going for this style. I had in mind something colorful, as always, but during the process I decided to keep it in natural shades.

I started with cutting and tearing the canvas sheet and when I was done with the destroying procedure  -lol- I used the Sculpture Medium to secure the torn pieces.
Here is how it looked before I added all the mediums and embellishments:
When it was dry, I used two shades of homemade sprays with Mica Powders - Rust and Purple, and sprayed them all over the page.
Then I cut a sheet of watercolor paper in the same size as the canvas sheet as I needed to cover the whole space under the holes.
I used Modeling Paste with the Lace stencil to create texture and stamps with black ink.
To embellish my journal page I used a vintage photo from the Ephemera - Vintage Collectibles, a Mechanical Flower, Copper and Bronze Micro Beads, Art Stones and Mini Art Stones, Screw Brads, Melange Pebbles, wire and a couple of chipboard pieces. I glued everything with 3D Matte Gel.
To paint my journal I used two shades of Art Alchemy Opal Magic Paints: Rose Gold and Violet Gold.
I also used the Rust Pastes on the metal embellishments to make the project look even more vintage.

Finally, I used the Black Gesso to paint the chipboard title and made some splashes here and there to add a little bit of contrast.

Here is my video with the whole process. I hope you will enjoy it :)


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have a lovely crafty day!
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2 comments:

ingrid said...

Amazing ! i really feel like trying this.

WaldfrauAlexa said...

oh wow, thanks for the fab. video, know i have some new ideas for my works.
Your work are really stunning.
Greets
Alexa