Hello, it´s Denisa here. Today I´d like to share with you my latest art journal made on canvas cloth. Normally I do not use too much pink on my projects but one of my New Year´s resolutions was to do things that I never do. So I started with colours and here it is. My pink baby.
Hi everyone, Mou here with a mixed media collage today using Gelatos® colors PASTELS! If you saw my previous mixed media collage, you'll notice that I am still inspired by the Pastel colors and shimmer of the Glass Bead Glitter Gel. This project is a 2nd in what might become a mini series of collages.
Hello crafty friends...Penny here today. When I was first approached about Bible journaling, I didn't think I could do it. I mean really...drawing, doodling, marking up a Bible was kind of like burning a flag...legal, but just not something I would do. And besides, what if I messed it up. Then I decided that everyone makes mistakes, but a true artist can figure out how to cover it up and make it look great! So....... you jump into the good book with your first stamp and you are hooked.
Hi Everyone! Carisa back with you today and I want to wish everyone a Happy New Year! I know we're already half into the month of January and time just continues to fly by. Hopefully, the newness, hope and anticipation of the new year has not worn off on you yet. I love the feeling of fresh beginnings and a clean slate. For my project today, I wanted to create something to hang on my wall to remind me to be positive every single day. I used some of my favorite products including: Gelatos® Colors 50's Diner Collection and Stamper’s Big Brush Pen for my stamping as well as Texture Luxe™ for added shine and dimension and more! A list of all the supplies used today can be found below.
Happy New year!! I'm so excited to start the new year here on the Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft blog.
Today I created an inspirational canvas titled "Life is Good". It uses many different Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft products and it especially features Gelatos®. I have a step by step video tutorial below on how I created the flower on my canvas.
Hi everyone! It's Lisa back on the blog to share a cool card to bring the New Year in style using all kinds of the Textural Accents in fun ways that you may not have thought of before. Let me show you the card and then we'll get started!
Fun, isn't it? I think it is and I RARELY compliment my own work. ;)
Hi everyone! Carisa here. Today I'm back to share with you a pretty mixed media canvas using primarily Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® Gelatos® Colors. I was inspired by the pretty papers I had just received as well as the rub on from the collection. I wanted to see how it would work over a background made with Gelatos® Colors. I pulled out Butter Cream Gelatos®, Kiwi Gelatos®, Aqua Dolce Gelatos®, Earl Grey Gelatos® from the Pastels Set and Iced Currant Gelatos® from the Metallics Set.
I started out by covering my entire canvas with Gesso and adhering pattern paper with Gel Medium. Then I added Gelatos® Colors using one of my favorite methods by scribbling a lot of color on and spritzing with water then letting it drip down the canvas.
After drying that with a heat tool, I applied Gelatos® Colors through a stencil from the 101 Collection using a baby wipe. I then added the rub on and coated it with a thin layer of Gel Medium to protect it for coloring later. I also added some Texture Luxe through a stencil to add more texture and tie in the gold from the rub on.
Finally, I colored in the flower using Stamper’s Big Brush Pens and added some Glass Bead Glitter Gel on top. To see the entire process, I have a video for you:
Stamper’s Big Brush Pen (Dark Naples Ochre 184, Pink Madder Lake 129, Cold Grey III 232, Cold Grey IV235)
Texture Luxe™ (Gold)
I hope you enjoyed this mixed media canvas using two of my favorite techniques with Gelatos® Colors.
You can find Carisa blogging at Inky Fairy Designs and Blitsy as well as follow her on instagram and YouTube where she shares works in progress and process videos. Her work has been published in magazines such as CardMaker, Stamper's Sampler and Scrapbook and Cards Today .
Aloha Guys! This is Joyce from http://enjoyscrappin2 and I'm excited to share this Photo transfer I did on a canvas. I was a little nervous doing this project, since it was my first attempt at photo transfer. It's not perfect but I think it turned out ok :) I've use various products from the Faber Castell Design Memory Craft® line and I hope you enjoy this project as much as I did. Thank you so much for stopping by and I'll see you guys later. Thanks again.