A mixed media piece

A mixed media piece

Friday, 29 September 2017

Crackle over on the Tando Blog

Hi everyone Its my turn today over on the Tando blog this weeks
theme is Crackle so I have used a lot of bling in this
very grungy Christmas tag.

Also a lot of crackle and Interference colours that give it a lovely 

Let us know what you think.
Cheers Dee x

Friday, 22 September 2017

Anything goes

Hi folks Dee here with my latest post for Tando 
creative. Why not pop across to check out what 
the team are up to.
Check out the link below and let me know what you
Cheers Dee x

Friday, 15 September 2017

New Challenge over at SASPC

Hi everyone Dee here with my latest post for the SASPC challenge
I did something slightly different with this tag I used an acrylic 
pour to create the background for this tag.
I also used paper clay pieces cogs and watch parts from a mould I assembled
them all together on a circle.
I painted with Deco art raw umber fluid acrylic, I then used Finnabairs
 wax and followed with Antiquing cream in both white and patina,
Black modelling paste was put through a deco art stencil.
A close up of the background.
This shows the background from a different view.
Little paperclay cogs to the right corner of the tag.
I hope you all like what I did with this Tag it is such an interesting 
result with paint pouring.
I am proud to be a member of Sandee & amelie's design team.
Please feel free to let us know what you think
Cheer Dee x

Friday, 1 September 2017

Deco Art Journal With Vintage Wash and chalky Finish paint

Hi everyone Dee here with a post using the new Vintage wash paints & the Eileen Hull Journal die from Sizzix. I am in love with the colours & the whole feel of this journal it's
like old worn soft leather I can't explain but its so tactile and vibrant.
Please see the base of the post to see the products used
Method Used

  1. Cut the grey board with the Eileen Hull Journal die.
  2. Glue together I used artist tape.
  3. Paint with Chalky Finish paints painting the colours randomly over both sides of the Journal.
  4. Once dry follow with the Vintage wash in Turquoise knocking back with a dry cloth and a baby wipe in the area's that i wanted clear colour follow this with the Patina Vintage wash.
  5. For the inside I wanted a more vibrant red so used the Beige & Red Orange with only a tiny bit of Turquoise.
  6. Seal the whole surface with Soft Touch Varnish.
  7. Once all dry I stamped the script stamp randomly using Stazon ink.
  8. I then followed this with the alphabet stamp and versfine ink using the stamp and bond then heat set.
  9. Using a brush dab the gold pigment powder over the stamp and bond then using a large fluffy brush stroke over to remove the access powder.
  10. To colour the coin I painted first with gold media fluid followed by raw umber.
  11. Using first patina antiquing cream knock it back follow with white gentle remove and swipe with guilding wax.
  12. Thread up your Journal using cord as per instructions and I attached some beads to the ends.

Some close ups! 

And some more!!

Products used
  • Vintage effect wash:- Turquoise, Patina, Beige & Red Orange.
  • Chalky Finish Paint:- Romance, Rouge, Heritage, Cameo & inheritance.
  • Media Fluid Acrylic:- Raw Umber, Gold
  • Media Antiquing Cream in patina & white
  • Media soft touch Varnish
  • Gold pigment powder
  • Stamp and bond from stampendous
  • Versa mark ink pad
  • Eileen Hull Journal die (sizzix)
  • Stazon Timber Brown
  • Artist tape
  • Art mould Chinese coin
  • Paper clay
  • Stamps Neil Walkers Alphabet Soup and a script stamp from my stash.
  • Beads and cord from my stash.