Start by finding a old desk caddy or even a cigar box would look great using this technique too!
After my Art Anthology Mudd was completely dry I started applying my Velvets, I used Figi, Aloha, Lime Aid, lemon Tart & Lagoon to cover my entire caddy.
After adding a second coat and blending my colors a bit, this is what my caddy looked like.
While my velvet's were drying I started coloring all my bits and pieces. Using a mix of Art Anthology Colorations Spray. I used Gloriou, Waimea Bay, Plush & Ink Spot to color my ribbon and flowers.
Next I painted my chipboard using Art Anthology Gemstones. ** Tip to ensure your color is true apply a quick coat of gesso before you paint your chipboard.
Back to the Caddy!! Next I added a bit of raider using a stencil.
Next I added some random stamping to the caddy using a mix of background stamps and Staz On ink.
To add a bit of grunge I added a bi of Tuxedo Black velvet using my fingers!
Next start adding your flowers, mixed trinkets and ribbon.
And there you have it easy peasy lemon squeezy!
Just look at all that stunning texture, thanks to Art Anthology's Mudd!
A bit of contracting color thanks to Art Anthology's gemstone paint.
I just love this May Arts ribbon!!
Thanks so much for stopping BY!!
One last look before you leave :)
- Art Anthology Colorations -Raider
- Art Anthology Colorations -Glorious
- Art Anthology Colorations -Waimea Bay
- Art Anthology Colorations -Plush
- Art Anthology Colorations -Ink Spot
- Art Anthology Mudd
- Art Anthology Velvet -Fiji
- Art Anthology Velvet- Aloha
- Art Anthology Velvet- Lime Aid
- Art Anthology Velvet- Lagoon
- Art Anthology Velvet - Tuxedo
- Mix of Background Stamps
- Staz on Ink
- Art Anthology Cracked Stencil
- Metallic Embossing powder
- Art Anthology Velvet- Lemon Tart
- Prima Paper Flowers
- May Arts Ribbon
- Cheese Cloth
- Mix of trinkets