Wednesday, February 6, 2013
This is another layout which I've created for Art Anthology's booth during this recent CHA. I've used tons of colorations and sorbet on this layout. I've used Bo Bunny's Weekend Market collection for this layout.
Here are some close-ups on it.
I’ve used a mixture of a few colorations (Warm, Raider, Waimea Bay) and a mask to create the background. These colorations are water based. Therefore, you can simply just drip or splatter some water drips on it to create the water distressed effect on it.
I've stamped the flourishes in the picture above using sorbet (Jungle Green). Sorbet are thick and enables you to create dimensional stamped images.
I’ve painted the Basically Bare film strip piece with some sorbets (Black Leather, Jungle Green). Love how the sorbets had those little sparkle glitters in them. For the canvas flower and the mullbery flowers, I’ve misted them with some colorations (Juicy, Waimea Bay, Timeless, Focus). I’ve also lightly brush a layer of Dazzle sorbet on the canvas flower.
Have a fun misting, painting and stamping week!
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Sources: Cardstock: Bazzill; Pattern Papers: Bo Bunny; Inks and Paints: Art Anthology, Ranger Inks; Stamps: Ett Trykk; Maskc: Clear Scraps; Chipboard: Basically Bare; Flowers: Petaloo; Others: Bo Bunny trinket and stickers, twine, crafting wire, Zig writer, tissue tape, Beacon and other adhesives.