First I covered most of my canvas with tissue paper.
I added some fabric for more texture.
I used the keyhole stencil and some modelling paste to create even more texture on my canvas.
For extra sparkle I added embossing powder and dried this with my heat gun.
A close up of the embossing powder in the molding paste on top of the fabric and tissuepaper. Yummy texture!
Next I started adding chipboard.
And some more chipboard gears.
I covered my canvas and chipboard with a thin layer of gesso.
Time to add color! I used colorations spray and acrylic paints.
Now I took my Art Anthology sorbets and added a new layer of color on top of my chipboard.
While the canvas was drying, I painted my resin frame with Art Anthology sorbet Kenyan Copper.
Adhere the frame to the canvas.
For even more texture, I used some soft gel and art stones/powertex 3D balls to make a texture paste.
With the Warm and Avocado colorations spray I gave my paste some color.
In this step I added my paste to my canvas, AND I added some Waimea bay colorations spray.
I used a dry brushing technique to add some more colors to the art stones. I used different colors of acrylic paint and some micapowder.
A close up of the frame with lots of texture on the canvas.
In this final step I added some pretty flowers to my canvas. All I need to do now is put a nice photograph in my frame. I hope you liked this tutorial!
- Colorations: Warm, Waimea bay, Avocado
- Sorbet: Vegas gold, Kenyan Copper
- Stencil: Keyhole
- Resin frame
- Art stones
- Soft gel
- Acrylic paint
- Some lace
- Molding paste
- Sparkly embossing powder