Hello my dears,
It’s Alicja here to show you a new mixed media project with Lindy’s! I used fantastic two tonned Squirts and created a textured tag with forest elements. Let me show you how it was done…
I used a thick MDF base and covered it with white heavy gesso.
Then, I added white crackle paste and sand effect paste – I wanted a nice textured background.
I’ve decided to use some chipboards in the composition, so I’ve chosen a plant shaped ones and painted them with Emerald Eh?! Squirt – it’s a fantastic, juicy shade of green.
To achieve more interesting effect, I added Spring Leaf Chartreuse embossing powder on the top.
I continued embossing the stamping using Magic Moon Pearls with a moth stamp,
…and Cowabunga Copper with some words.
When pastes on the base were completely dry, I could start coloring.
I grabbed my favorite color of Squirts – Beaver Tail Brown and poured it on the tag. It has a fabulous green shimmer!
I also added Maple Syrup Bronze and My Mojito Green Magical.
It was a perfect time to start with the composition. I glued on the chipboard…
…and a white birch bark which I had found walking in the forest.
I’ve made a mixture with art stones, gel medium, and Ponderosa Pines Olive magical powder. I applied it with a spatula.
It was almost done! To finish my work, I’ve added paper words and butterflies.
- Squirts: Maple Syrup Bronze, Beaver Brown, Emerald Eh?!
- Embossing Powder: Magic Moon Pearl, Midnight Copper, Spring Leaf Chartreuse
- Magicals: My Mojito Green, Ponderosa Pines Olive
- Finnabair White gesso, Renesans Heavy body gel and sand paste, Deco art crackle paste, chipboards, microbeads, Pentart 3d balls.
I hope you have enjoyed my project with many fantastic Lindy’s colors.