Hello Lindy”s lovers!
On the eve of the New Year and Christmas, I want to make you smile with a magical winter project. This time I want to show you a video tutorial for how I made this pretty Christmas house. I hope this helps you recharge with inspiration.
On the eve of the New Year and Christmas, I want to please you with a magical winter project. This time I want to show you a video tutorial – how I made a Christmas house. I hope this helps you recharge with inspiration.
I will show how to paint a blank – a house with a resist effect using sprays and white embossing powder Lindy’s .
- I started by covering the house with white gesso.
- Then I pre-laid out the decor and embellishments I will use, so I can tell where I will have room for paste.
- I applied 3D Gel through a stencil and immediately sprinkled with white embossing powder, then left the gel to dry naturally. This is necessary so that when the powder is baked, the gel does not swell.
- I proceeded to decorate the decor and embellishments, by covering some with white gesso and then began to take turns covering it with powder for embossing. The plaster figures were also painted with sprays.
- After the gel with powder was baked, I painted the house itself with three shades of sprays. Added a little stamping and toned using white gesso.
- With the last step, I assembled and glued the whole composition as planned at the beginning.
- Starburst: Whale Watch Blue Shimmer Spray.
- Flat Fabio: C’est la vie Cerise Flat Spray and Danny Zuko’s Denim Flat Spray.
- EP: Merry-Go-Round Green, Merci Beaucoup Mint, C’est la vie Cerise, Hyacinth Blue Jade, Queen Sheba’s Silver and Purely White.
- Aturi white gesso, Finnabair 3D Gloss Gell, chipboards Scrapiniec, Scrap and Me paper, PastelFlowers.
I hope you enjoyed it and were able to find here something useful for yourself! Thank you for stopping by! Happy crafting, Daria.