Wednesday, July 30, 2014

A Step in the Dark... Challenge # 7!

Hello everyone!!!!
It is time for a new challenge and we are so excited!
The theme of this challenge is
Our sponsor is Smeared Ink
I used The Fourth Keeper and created an Art Journal page

Supplies:
  • Canson Mixed Media paper (140 lb)
  • Distress Ink Pads (Mustard Seed, Picked Raspberry, Peacock Feathers, Black Soot)
  • Golden Gel Medium
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  • Krylon Workable Fixatif Spray (Clear)
  • White gel pen
  • Prisma Coloring Pencils

For more inspiration hop over to A Step in the Dark! You have to see what the design team created for this challenge. We can't wait to see your wonderful creations!!!

Thanks!
Hugs,
Julia

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

A Step in the Dark... Challenge # 5!

Hello everyone!!!!
It is time for a new challenge and we are so excited!
The theme of this challenge is
Our sponsor Aurora Wings
I used Madness - Woman with Grapes
Image was colored with prisma coloring pencils, background was Acrylic Paints and Distress Inks.
For more inspiration hop over to A Step in the Dark! You have to see what the design team created for this challenge. We can't wait to see your wonderful creations!!!
Thanks!
Hugs,
Julia


Monday, June 23, 2014

Time!

Hi everyone!
It's time for a new tutorial and I am really excited about sharing this one

Making Marks
It is really simple and adds lots of texture and dimension to an Art Journal page.The prompt is Time... 
Here is my page:

Supplies:

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

A Step in the Dark... Challenge # 4!

Hello everyone!!!!
It is time for a new challenge and we are so excited!
The theme of this challenge is
Our sponsors
Oddball Art
The Stamping Chef
The Stamping Chef
Here are my creations:
Using Limited Runs - Brad Nailed Zombie
Using The Stamping Chef - Speak No Evil
Using Oddball Art - Lizzie Love No 49
Images were colored with Prisma Coloring Pencils.
For more inspiration hop over to A Step in the Dark! You have to see what the design team created for this challenge. We can't wait to see your wonderful creations!!!
Thanks!
Hugs,
Julia


Wednesday, June 4, 2014

A Step in the Dark... Challenge # 3!

Hello everyone!!!!
It is time for a new challenge and we are so excited!
The theme of this challenge is
Our sponsor

Dilly Beans
Offering a prize of 3 digi images
Here is my inspiration piece using Milla Framed


Image was colored with Prisma Coloring Pencils, loving her.
For more inspiration hop over to A Step in the Dark! You have to see what the design team created for this challenge. We can't wait to see your wonderful creations!!!
I would like to share this project here:
Thanks!
Hugs,
Julia

Friday, May 23, 2014

Domino Art: 15 Days of Terror, Day 12

Day 12 of 15 Days of Terror at Domino Art is here!!!
Today's project is a mini heart canvas featuring an image from a Smeared Ink Rubber Stamp Set - Quoth the Raven.
The supplies used:


  • 3 Dominoes
  • Permapaque Pen (Black)
  • Ultra Thick Embossing Powder (Clear)
  • Versamark Stamp Pad
  • Perfect Pearls (Perfect Cooper)
  • Amaco Rub and Buff (Gold Leaf)
  • Mini Canvas
  • Golden Fluid Acrylic Paints (Carbon Black, Titanium White)
  • Deco Art Acrylic Paint ( Christmas Red)
  • Artistcellar Stencil Set ( Quasi-Crystals)
  • E - 6000 Glue
The process is really easy:


  • Cover the solid side of the domino with VersaMark and add the clear embossing powder.
  • Melt the powder with the heating gun.
  • Repeat this step 2 more times.
  • While the enamel is still hot, press the surface with the stamp, careful not to touch it.
  • Remove the stamp and allow to cool completely before doing anything else to the domino.
  • Once it cools down, the enamel hardens and the stamped image is permanent.
  • Color the surface of the enamel with Perfect Pearls.
  • Use Rub and Buff over the image to bring out the details.
  • Cover the sides of the domino with a Permapaque Pen (Black).
  • Color your Mini Canvas with Black Golden paint and add the details with the stencils.
  • Glue the dominoes to the canvas using E6000 adhesive.
Enjoy your new canvas, just imagine the possibilities!
Thanks!
Love,
Julia



Wednesday, May 21, 2014

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