Sunday, 27 November 2016
Hi everyone hope you are all okay and having a crafty time
preparing for Christmas.
This was the original which had a lot of layers and the
base had a translucent.
So i gessoed it all with white gesso and allowed to dry.
Next came spraying with Lyndy's stamp gang moonshine sprays.
Followed by a bit of dry brushing with a mix of Deco arts Prussian
blue hue mixed with media tinting base.
Layers of white gesso were dry brushed to highlight the swirls on the
The photo below shows how it lifts the swirls off the canvas.
The following photo's show the dry brushing, over the main focal point
of the canvas.
I really enjoyed altering this. Work had asked me to do a piece for
our office wall so it will now be hanging up on our art wall.
I hope you have all enjoyed my piece today please feel free
to let me know what you think.
Cheers Dee. x
Friday, 18 November 2016
Hi everyone Dee here with my latest creation for
Tando creative pop over to the blog to see
how I created it.
Uber excited as once finished this I need to finish packing
and get myself up to Coventry for Mixology!!!!
Cheers everyone have a super weekend
I know I will.
Tuesday, 15 November 2016
Hi everyone and its time for our next round of inspiration for
the month over at SASPC blog.
I used the 'Mechanical World Custer" From Boozy bear for
To begin with I used a circular chip board base which I painted
with deco art media fluid acrylic cobalt turquoise hue.
Next I used deco art crackle glaze which i applied over the blue
painted chipboard circle & put aside to do its magic.
Once dry black antiquing cream was used to
highlight the cracks.
The middle harlequin and globe were covered in a layer
of texture sand paste and painted with panes grey when dry.
Quinacridone gold was then applied over the top.
The top cogs wereI usedraw umber followed by crackle paste
gold embossing and dirty washes followed by dry brushing
with gesso completed the top part.
I sprayed heavy water coloured card with Lindy's stamp gang moon shadow
Andy skinners industrial stamp was stamped onto the card along with
A bit more embossing stamping the vintage journey stamp onto a wooden stirrer.
I hope you have all enjoyed this post please feel free to let me know
what you think.
Cheers Dee x