Zoey is here! Today I want to show you a Tag I did !
I wanted to challange my self, if you saw my works, you might know (or noticed!) that I tend to go monochromatic in my project or use max 2 colors....
I do not know why , but I feel more confortable this way.
NOT TODAY! Today I wanted to step out my confort zone,and guys, let me tell you -- I feel amazing!
I used tons of colors and I had zero problem with that because with Faber Castell Design Memory Craft® color combination is made really simple, and it is so easy to MIX and MATCH all these different media and colors!
Here is the project I did - and big colorful tag!
Hi everyone, Mou here with today's pictorial of an ocean tag!
To make this tag, I used:
Brush on gesso to the tag.
Ink up shell stamps with Stamper's Big Brush pen to cover only the areas you want to stamp.
Color the stamped shells with Aquarelle watercolor pencils. Blend colors with wet brush.
Color the background with Gelatos colors and blend with wet brush.
Apply Whipped Spackle through stencil on the tag with palette knife. Add a 3D sticker to embellish the tag.
Tie twine to the tag to finish.
Hope you enjoyed today's tutorial and would make your own ocean tag.
First of all, grab yourself a piece of cardboard. I took off most parts of it's first layer. It's helpful to wet the cardboard previously.
Hello Blogosphere! It's Tiffany here today with a photo tutorial for ya! Lately, I've been all about adhesive cork from DCWV & decided to try my hand at creating a card with it!
1. Die-cut cork.
2. Color cork pieces with Gelatos of choice.
3. Blend with Glaze. This will also help seal the color into the cork without adding water while adding a nice shine to the finished piece!
4. Color a large piece of cork with Gelatos using an ombre/gradient effect. Blend with damp foam brush! There's no need to add Glaze to this as the water will set the Gelatos color into the cork.
5. You can apply the same ideas to a large piece of cork tile! Use the Stamper's Artist Pen in White to trace a design, then color with Gelatos of choice!
6. Just like with the smaller die-cut pieces, blend the Gelatos color with Glaze to seal the color in!
Once dry, you can hang it on your office wall using some double-sided tape & you're ready to hang small reminders & mementos!
Thanks so much for stopping by today!
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Guess who is here today, me! Zoey!
Today I want to show you an Altered Tin! I had this Tin since years , maybe 6 years? And I never had the chance to play with it...untill today!
Have you ever participated in a traveling/ Round Robin swap before? I used to years ago while active on Scrapbook.com, but haven't in a loooong time. When a friend started a journal Round Robin swap, I was in! We chose our own topic and journal and then we send it on to a designated person in our group for them to add to it! It's exciting and fun to see the journals as we get them and create in each one. It was hard to let go of this baby at first but I really loved getting someone else's to create in. Here is a peek at my journal before I mailed it on to my buddy!
This turned out Fabulous!! I think I could actually do this, too! I just love it and it would make a fantastic gift! TFS!
Awesome tutorial and great media products! Your picture was a great Jumping Off point for your gorgeous Layout! TFS!
Love the colors you chose. This canvas would brighten up anyone's day! So pretty!
I love anything with book paper or music sheet and then you added the fabulous stenciled circles with green gelatos and gorgeous bellies which made the page Perfect! Love it!
CUUTTTEE!!! Love your girls, Rita! This little lady and her umbrella are especially darling!!