Sunday, 8 November 2020

November Art Recipe

 Hello friends,

November usually is very grey-black month, but not here, on our blog :) We hope to inspire you today with gorgeous project created by our Guest Designer and our Team! The moodboard and all details of our Art Recipe are available below. 

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We hope you have familiarized already with our new visual moodboards, that consist of:

- 4 products to choose from - they are shown on the right

- colour palette - right next to the products and each colour has their own circle

- and visual inspiration in a form of several beautiful images.

It is easy to remember - things in circles are the core of the challenge (colours and products) and things in squares/rectangles are only a visual inspiration to help you get creative juices flowing.

Just to make sure, you are all well informed, we would like to let you know, that challenges will be going live usually each second Sunday of the month. So please do not be surprised, that Inlinkz is closed the day before. Please keep that in mind planning your entering the challenge :) because we love your projects so much and we do not want to lose any of them!

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The rules are very simple. Each challenge consists of colour palette and products. You need to stick to the colour palette and use at least 2 of the products listed in a challenge.

Products to choose from:

Impasto Paints
Glitter
Mica Powder
Stencil

The colours: deep beetroot, dark lavender, grey blue

If the products on your project are not easy to recognize, please add in description information, where exactly we can see them.

Challenge is open till December, 12th. The winner will be invited to be Guest Designer on our blog.

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This month Guest Designer is Svetlana Sanochkina


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Hi, my beautiful friends. I am very glad to be a guest designer of November in this gorgeous blog.

I decided to make a small motivational poster for myself with a word «Time». Sometimes I really forget about time when I need to do something or the time left for some project to be created :) So I hope this poster will remind me.


I used an acrylic base to make it lighter and to add more air in it. I used a lot of paper leaves colored with Sparks Acrylic paints. In the background I applied some gloss gel mixed with mica powders and glitter through the stencil. I enjoyed mixing impasto paint and sparks acrylics to make the color I wanted to.



Inspiration from our team:


Hello, friends!
Today I want to show you a new canvas. The inspiration board of this month inspired me to create it.
For the background I used White Heavy Gesso and Plaster Paste. Next, I applied the Paper Texture Paste through the stencil. I used 2 different stencils from Finnabair. With the help of sprays, I added colors.



Then I put together a multi-layered composition. I used a chipboard that I covered with Texture Effect Pastes. I also used clay figures. I covered them with Black Heavy Gesso, then applied Mica Powder and highlighted the protruding parts of the figures with White Gold Wax. I supplemented the composition with Mechanicals from Finnabair.





At the end, I added some Liquid Acrylics and glued beads, sequins and Glass Glitter onto the Soft Gloss Gel.
I hope you enjoy my canvas. I will be glad to see your wonderful work this month. Good luck.

Products I have used - all the images linked to Mixed Media Place online store:






Deep, warm purples are my favourite colour shades, and I love dramatic midnight blues, too. Here I decorated the lid of a tiny cardboard box with these favourite colours of mine.




First, I used Black Heavy Gesso and painted the box all over, and then added a mix of Purple Liquid Acrylic, Aubergine and Pitch Black Impastos. Then, I used Read My Letter stencil with Vintage Gold Icing Paste on top. 




After that, I gave the lid a quick wash with Plum Preserves Metallic Acrylic to give it a gentle shine, and while the paint was still wet, I sprinkled some Night Shadow Sparks paint on top to make more uneven structure.



I created the composition for the lid using prints I had designed for Paper Garden. Using Heavy Body Gel I glued them on the lid, attaching tiny bits of cardboard on the back if I needed to raise them from the background. After that, I gave them a quick wash with Soft Matte Gel. 


And then added two different shades of Ebony Glitter with Soft Matte Gel. And, the quick, sweet project was ready!

With just a hint of Mystic Turquoise Wax I highlighted the edges of the box. 

Products I have used - all the images linked to Mixed Media Place online store:







Hi gorgeous friends!
Following such a beautiful deep colored palette I’ve altered a wooden piece and created the heart décor using a gorgeous vintage photo from Vintage Photobooth



For the background I’ve used decorative paper Romantica and then painted it with black gesso and a mix of Impastos – Lavender and Aubergine. 



Then I’ve added a pattern through the Gothic stencil using Graphite paste.



I’ve decorated the heart with Prima Marketing chipboard and papers.



As a final touch I’ve used Old White matte wax and Royal Robes opal magic wax, and added glass beads and some glitter to the flowers and other embellishments.


 Products I have used - all the images linked to Mixed Media Place online store:



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1. Create a project with our colour scheme and 2 products from 4 listed at the beginning of this blog post
2. If any products are not well visible on the project, please leave an information where to find them on your project in description on your blog
3. Enter using Inlinkz below.


Challenge will be closed on December, 12th. Lucky winner will be announced by the end of December.
We hope you feel inspired and we can't wait to see your projects :)


You are invited to the Inlinkz link party!

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