Several of my works in progress for my upcoming holiday shows. My holiday shows are listed under “where you can find my artwork” on my blog, or under the “About” section on my website http://www.countrycraftersusa.com. If you are in the area stop by for a visit. I will be happy to show you my newest items.
The bookmarks are created using manila file folders, paper scraps, Dylusion sprays and stencils and other mixed media products.
I have started layering molding paste, stencils, stamps, neo-color crayons, Dylusion Sprays, Dylusion stencils, Inktense blocks, and other products to create depth in my 4×8 and 4×6 canvas. I will continue to build the layers and add the outline of the flowers and feathers.
Supply list for October 2014 Tutorial-You are loved/She created magic
Dylusion’s Creative Journal
Dylusion Ink Sprays in Vibrant Turquoise and Funky Fuchsia.
Luscious Leaves and Letter Jumble stencils from Dylusions
Daler Rowney (http://www.daler-rowney.com) Metallic Brown 721and Violet 450
Liquitex Matte Medium
White acrylic paint
Dye based ink pad
Fancy Flowers rubber stamp set DYR40941)
Which way is up stamp set DYR40958
Tim Holtz Distress Ink Minis Kit #1
Daler Rowney Portrait Pink 573 acrylic\
Waterproof Sharpie Markers
Fine and Extra Fine White Sharpie Markers
You can also locate the written instructions at http://shopcraftwarehouse.blogspot.com
This piece was created using Dylusion spray inks, rubber stamps and stencils. I have taken the Fancy Florals rubber stamps and layered them to create dimension and depth. I stamped colored card stock and then embellished the flowers with acrylic paint and gel pens. The background was done using warm colors of Dylusion Spray Inks. I then added in some touches of Golden Acrylics (http://www.goldenpaints.com) in red and yellow. The black acrylic paint and charcoal outlining add contrast and shadows. The punch of white add some resting area for your eyes and much needed highlights to lighten the overall painting.
Check out my blog at http://www.craftwarehouse.com for additional projects using Dylusion (http://rangerink.com) products.