Round Panel Background Tutorial with Daria

Hello Lindy’s lovers! Today I want to share with you the process of creating a background for the round panel I am working on. I wanted to play with yellow and blue, but I didn’t want them to mix, otherwise I would get green!  So here are a few of my secrets for keeping colors clean and bright, as well as adding interesting texture.

Get those supplies ready!

First, I mixed two yellow shades of magical powders (Yellow Rose of Texas and Glory of the Seas Gold) and a 3D gel.

The result is this pretty sunny yellow paste that perfectly matches the color in my photo.

I put the paste through a stencil in the places where I want.

And completely dried with a hot air gun.

I randomly applied prints with stamps and embossing inks, and poured on Bavarian blue embossing powder.

And then heat the powder, and I have bright yellow and blue with no color mixing!

I did the same with another powder color Queen Sheba’s Silver.

And then I added color Sunset Yellow Orange.

Next, moisten the surface with plenty of water and start working with sprays. The first color is a flat spray Danny Zuko’s Denim.
Then add Afternoon Delight Denim Shimmer Spray.

And a little Squirts Banff Blue.

I add a few prints with waterproof ink and a texture stamp.
In the last step, I added a splash of white gesso. And the background is ready!
Then I pasted down my photo and embellishments and created this round flower panel.


Lindy’s Products:

Other products:

  • Finnabair Heavy Gesso white, 3D Gloss Gel, chipboard Scrapiniec, other stamps, flower, and paper Prima Marketing.

Hope you’ve enjoyed my post! Thank you for stopping by! Happy crafting, Daria

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