Hi Everyone! Coming back from vacation is usually the time where my creativity disappears. I usually go play in my art journals but lately those blank pages seem so big. This time I decided to go smaller. I pulled out a 2″x2″ canvas, 3″x3″ canvas and a blank Artist Trading Card.
I decided to use only one 6″x6″ stencil called Trendy Images TCW739.
The Crafter’s Workshop provided me with stencils and mediums to create this project. The opinions I share are solely my own because I do love to use them.
For paint I wanted it to be bright and colorful so I chose fluorescents.
So I played with the colors and added the stencil designs to all the tiny canvases.
Using TCW Gloss Gel Medium I added focal images to each one.
TCW Gloss and Matte Gel Medium dries clear. This is one of my favorite ways to use it. Once it all dried I added dark blue paint to each one and wiped away the excess off the gel medium. I dried them all with a heat gun then added white around the stencil designs with a Uniball Signo White pen.
Here they are all finished. As you can see I added more of the stencil design with gel medium but you must wait for the focal image to dry first before adding more. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial. You can see all the New Stencils and Mixed Media Metallic Modeling Pastes on Scrapbook.com.
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2 thoughts on “No Mojo??? Start Tiny!”
You know I’m all over those fluorescent colours, and your finish is awesome. Well done, Karenliz!!! And I love your idea of starting tiny when the muse isn’t calling you – a perfect pick-me-up.
Thank you Win! I think I’m going to need buckets of fluorescent paint. I can’t get enough.