Jessica Sporn Designs Creative Team
Love Blog Hop
Some mini Love......Canvases!
|Hearts Flowers and More|
Deco Arts Media...
Gesso, Matte Medium, Crackle Paste
Fluid Acrylics: Carbon Black, Primary Magenta, Cadmium Red Hue,
Titanium White, Interference Gold, Antiquing Cream
3x3 mini stencils, 10x10 card stock, ephemera
Gesso, tear paper....
apply with matte medium...
Apply Crackle Paste with Palette Knife...
Let dry! Creates great texture!
While that dries....
Create paper for hearts and words...
1. Gesso paper
2. Add coat of Cadmium Red
3. Use stencil and sponge, add Primary red
4. Let it dry... add Interference Gold, adds shimmer!
Back to the mini-canvases!
Add Antiquing Cream
Edge Canvas with Carbon Black
A little white here and there
Interference Gold on those cracks!!!
and back to the paper!
For the words I used Interference Gold on the Gesso,
and Carbon Black For the words.
Flip the paper over Draw and Cut Hearts outof the paper.
Begin to arrange!!
To adhere it all together I used a mixture I made of Fluid Gel Medium and Self Leveling Gel.
Its very thick, which adds to the texture, needs a generous amount of drying time!!
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Seven Hearts Stencil
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Entry closes Monday Feb. 13th at 9p.m. e.s.t.
Winner will be announced February 14th onJessica Sporns DesignsBlog.
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Thanks for stopping by!!
These are just beautiful. What a great alternative to a traditional valentine. Thank you for the detailed process pics. You know you always inspire me and I can't wait to try this!ReplyDelete
Thank You Jessica!Delete
Denise I just love these your artwork is always so gorgeous and I love these little canvases ❤❤❤ReplyDelete
Thank You Sherry!Delete
These are delightful! Love how you used the specialty mediums!ReplyDelete
The mediums are fun, thank you for stopping by!Delete
Gorgeous! I've got to give the crackle paste and antiquing cream a try!ReplyDelete
Try Them, you will like them! Thx for stopping by!Delete
Stunning - love all the layersReplyDelete
Thank You Gilly!Delete
Wow - It is so wonderful to learn how to use all those texture creating media!! I'm always afraid to use them, and am sometimes disappointed in my work because it seems so flat!! Thanks so much for sharing your lovely art! xoxoReplyDelete
Thank you for stopping by! My work can get flat to! Remember to use a little white & Black paint to make it pop!Delete
They would make lovely presents. I love the crackling effect.ReplyDelete
marycheng (at) bigpond(dot) com
The crackling effect is pretty cool! I had my doubts but it works! Thanks for stopping by!Delete
These canvases are so sweet! I love the crackle against the text and the idea of adding Self Leveling to your medium has got me thinking of all the possibilities. Thanks for the pretty inspiration, xoReplyDelete
All of those mediums!!! Its a science experiment! Thanks for stopping by Kristin!Delete
Wow, these are so pretty.tlsexton1969 (at) gmail (dot) comReplyDelete
You're inspiring me to try some creating on canvases! These look so fun!ReplyDelete
I love this project. And I love the words stencil. It's now on my wish list!!!ReplyDelete
Thank You April!Delete
So simple, yet elegant. Love the paper you made for the hearts. Thanks for the step by step photos and written tutorial. glovchik(at)yahoo(dot)comReplyDelete
What sweet canvases and amazing texture!ReplyDelete
Love the subtle layers of texture. Beautiful pieces. Creative Blessings! KellyReplyDelete
Thank you for stopping by Kelly!Delete
Love the canvases...got to have that heart stencil! email@example.comReplyDelete
I love mini canvases and these are great! Perfect for the month of February or any time!ReplyDelete
Mini was a challenge for me! I bought them to force myself to use them! Have to get out of our comfort zones! Thank you for stopping by!Delete
I love all the wonderful details on there!ReplyDelete
Love your project, the shimmer, and the texture.ReplyDelete
Funny how the same products turn out so differently ... one as wonderful as the one before !!!!!ReplyDelete