Technique Tuesday: Masking with Art GRIP® Aquarelles
Emboss Resist with Gelatos

Spring Fairies...

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 Hello all Rita Barakat 
here with a spring project - Fairies! 
I love fairies and this is an easy and fun project! 

 A close up...
RBarakatFairy 
 
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Use a Faber-Castell PITT® Artist Big Brush pen to color the stamp. Stamp the fairies onto watercolor paper. Quickly cover with embossing powder and melt with a heat gun. Use Faber-Castell Art GRIP® Aquarelle watercolor pencils to color in the fairies and a small wet paintbrush to blend. Cut out the fairies and use a black PITT® artist Big Brush pen on the edges.  Attatch the fairies to dowels. February 2011 005 
Rip the papers into strips, cover the pots with white glue and attatch the strips.

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After the pots dry, draw lines with your Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft Gelatos and blend with a wet paint brush. Fill the pots with floral foam and cover with peat moss. Tie a ribbon and use Glue Dots(R) to hold it in place around the pot. Use Glue Dots(R) to attach the flowers to the pots.   
RBarakatFaires

Supplies:
Graphic 45 Cling Stamps, Watercolor paper, Faber-Castell PITT® Artist Pens Big Brush, embossing powder, Faber-Castell Art GRIP® Aquarelle (watercolor) pencils, Faber-Castell Gelatos, Glitz paper layers, ribbon,
Zva flowers, floral foam, tiny Clay pots, peat moss, white glue, dowels, Glue Dots (R)

                                               

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colleen mcginty

Thanks love them !

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