‘Hector’ and chums

Following on from yesterday’s That’s Crafty shows on Hochanda TV and my blog post,today I’m showing my other sample which also uses the new mdf shapes; stamps; stencil; paints; sprays; and mediums from That’s Crafty.

All the products can be found here:

http://www.thatscrafty.co.uk/as-seen-on-hochanda.html

and for today’s inspiration:

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And the products:

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I made the project in roughly the same way as in yesterday’s post. The paints I used were lime; sea green; mint; metallic gold and sprays: aqua and bluebell. I used Sakura pens and Amsterdam acrylic markers to colour the fish and used a white pen to add highlights. Again I used alcohol markers to colour the stamped images before cutting them out and adding to mdf rounds.  I wanted to make it look like the characters where floating on bubbles! I stencilled the fish using texture paste and highlighted with gold paint when dry.

I created a layered look by painting and stencilling the fish on to the back board as well as on the front panel. I stuck the two layers using cut up kitchen scrubber!

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I used some leftover tattered lace die cuts for the foliage and sprayed with the inks.

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‘Hector’ is the little fellow with the hat. Not having a great day I feel!!

If you are interested in finding out more about creating mixed media pieces check out:

https://members.mixedupmag.com/join/mum/9/

For tutorials, videos practical tips and techniques- with loads of weekly inspiration.

Lisa x

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