A mixed media piece

A mixed media piece

Tuesday, 15 March 2016

Anything goes over at SASPC


 Hi everyone I hope you are all well and joining in with us
over at SASPC
this month for a chance to win some seriously
awesome mixed media supplies.
 I have a journal page/spread (new to me but seem to
be doing a lot of them) to inspire you this month.
This layout was inspired by France pappilion and an article she did 
in craft stamper magazine.
So I started with a layer of Deco Art gesso, a layer of gel medium, another 
layer Of gesso on card. 
Next I took my heat gun and heated the mediums till they bubbled 
up and created a lovely texture.
 I used black modelling paste put through a 
distressed harlequin stencil.
The above pic shows the tag with my acknowledgement to France Pappillion
 for the inspiration I got from her art. 
I sprayed the surface with distress stain sprays till I was happy with 
the results
While the black modelling paste was still wet I used powdered rust
A stampers anonymous classic script stamp inked with black
archival ink and stamped randomly over the two pages.
Vintage photo distress stain was used to colour a piece of 
cheese cloth. 
Treasure gold in spanish topaz was used to highlight
the bubbles created by the heat gun
Deco arts black modelling paste was used through a CWS 
Some ideology tissue tape was used under the dyed cheese cloth.
a few die cut cogs were used to finish off.
Thank you for popping by today why not
 come and play in a world of 
steampunk.


Cheers Dee x

4 comments:

die amelie said...

Already admired this on facebook...but again: you never fail to amaze me with your highly textural and rich projects, Dee! Love this one to bits!

Claudia xx

Maura Hibbitts said...

Dee, I love your mix of colors, the vibrant turquoise and the rusty browns - what a fantastic combination! Wonderful texture and layers!

Jane Royston said...

Wow! Love this, especially the colours, that teal is stunning 😄

Jackie P Neal said...

Dee, Your journal pages are fab! The are so many cool and interesting elements to look at, each photo has something new to view! Thanks for the share!
hugs,Jackie ")