Monday 3 December 2018

Garden Bloom

Today I have a post showcasing my A4 Blossomed Numbers #109 Stamp from AALLandCreate. All the new products are available from our Stockists listed HERE.
  1.  Brayer a layer of Ruby Acrylic Paint across a piece of white card.
  2. Add touches of Turquoise Acrylic Paint, applying with your finger.
  3. Whilst the paint is still wet, place the Lotza Dotz Stencil onto the painted background and then wipe over the stencil with a damp baby wipe, this removes some of the paint from the open areas.
  4. Dry these paint layers with a heat tool.
  1. Create another painted background piece with the same paints, applying the paint to a piece of white card with a Brayer.
  2. Apply White Acrylic Paint to the Blossomed Numbers stamp, applying the paint with a piece of Cut 'n' Dry Foam or as I prefer apply with a Brayer. Adding a good even coverage of paint to the stamp.
  3. Stamp the image onto the painted backround and then cut out the flower, cut the flower head and adhere to the decorative panel.
  1. Once you have adhered the flowers securely to the background then apply further texture, applying texture paste over the Lotza Dotz Stencil and then allow the paste to dry completely.
  2. Draw around each of the petals with a Stabilo All pencil and then blend with a water brush. This adds definition to each of the petals.
I adore how all the layers are visible and the texture is fabulous.

Here are the products I used for this project.

Thanks so much for stopping by. Tracy xx

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Redanne said...

Oh wow Tracy, this is my new favourite!! I love the red flowers, they look so beautiful against that fabulous background you created. Love this!! Hugs, Anne xx

Amanda said...

Stunning and bold, love it
Amanda x

Brenda Brown said...

Oh my such beautiful results from your process steps Tracy, this is utterly delightful xxx

Brigitte said...

The bright colours are stunning. This post definitely inspires me to finish the mini art journal I started in your classes last Friday. The fun is going on! Thanks for sharing.
Love from Belgium.