Hey Gang! Anat here and I’m so excited to be here with another step by step tutorial for Lindy’s. Today I’m going to show you how I made my project for the color Challenge this month – April.
You will see how to create this Mixed Media project with a patina technique using gorgeous Magicals and Shakers from Lindys.
- Prime the MDF base with white heavy Gesso
- Mix 3D Gloss Gel with Aged Copper Shaker. Cover the base with the mixture.
- Take a Candle and rub it on the painted base
- Mix white heavy Gesso with Mad hatter mint Green and Whale watch Blue Magicals. Cover the base with the mixture.
Let it dry naturally! Don’t use a heating gun as it will melt the candle
- Use fine sandpaper to sand the base randomly, imitating peeled paint.
- Mix Platinium Crackle Paste with Mad hatter mint Green and Whale watch Blue Magicals
- Spread the mixture through a stencil
- Color chipboard elements with Sunset Yellow Orange Embossing Powder
- Add to the chipboard elements Geranium Coral Blush Embossing Powder
- Add to the chipboard Wings Desert Moon Turquoise Embossing Powder
- Add White Crackle Paste
- Start building the composition using the main Image, embossed Chipboards and paper Flowers.
- Add to the project a mixture of 3D Gel and Art Stones.
- Color paper flowers and elements with Cape Cod Coral Magical diluted with water
- Add Splats of Glory of the seas Gold Spray
- Color paper flowers and elements with Mad hatter mint Green Magical diluted with water
- Add to the elements White Heavy Gesso
- Add to the project Gold Glass Glitter
You can watch the video tutorial here:
Here are some more photos:
- Magicals: Mad hatter mint Green, Whale watch Blue, Cape Cod Coral
- Shaker: Aged Copper
- Starburst Spray: Glory of the seas Gold
- Embossing Powder: Sunset Yellow Orange, Geranium Coral Blush, Desert Moon Turquoise
- Woddouts cloud MDF base, Prima’s paper flowers, Finnabair’s: white heavy Gesso, white crackle paste, 3D gel, Soft Gel, Gold Glass Glitter, chipboards, paper die-cuts, candle, printed image
Hope I inspired to give this technique a try!
Thanks for stopping by!!