Creating a Mixed media Tag with Julia Kissel and Lindy’s Magicals

Hi friends! Julia Kissel is here with you. Once, in a country house, I found several old plywoods and sometimes use them in my projects. Working with natural materials is a special pleasure for me. A plywood has become a cute vintage panel. Lindy’s Magicals and embossing powders helped me with this. I used the Magical Totally 80’s set – Bodacious Blush, Gad Me With A Spoon Gray, Cowabunga Copper, Pretty In Pink Pink, Midnight Rendezvous. Embossing Powders – Tin Roof, Rusted! Chunky EP,  Hibiscus Rose Orange and Starburst Spray – Salt Water Taffy

Step-by-step video process:

Basic process:

  1. Cover the workpiece with white gesso, leaving the wood texture. Then dry it.
  2. Randomly coat the surface with coarse textured paste.
  3. Spray the surface with a mild shade. Used Starburst Spray – Salt Water Taffy
  4. Don’t dry. In some places sprinkle with powder of a similar shade. Used Hibiscus Rose Orange
  5. Paint the background using Magicals set –  Totally 80’s It is convenient for me to work with a thin brush, diluting paints in a glass of water.
  6. Coat the wooden frame with Tin Roof, Rusted! Embossing Powder. It gives  that special vintage golden glow!
  7. Using distress ink make stamps on watercolor paper and cut them out. I wanted the outline to become blurred when painting. Here I used several colors of the Magicals Totally 80’s set – Gad Me With A Spoon Gray, Cowabunga Copper and Pretty In Pink Pink colors.
  8. Spray the chipboard with Starburst Spray – Salt Water Taffy and Magical – Pretty In Pink Pink color.
  9. Assemble and glue the composition of various materials. Here I have dried flowers.
  10. Finally, add a few drops of white gesso and you’re done!

Some close-ups:

Lindy’s products:

Other products:

Expressions Craft: Ground Texture Paste – Mud Brown, Finnabair: White Heavy Gesso, 3D Matte Gel, Derevyashki & Bumazhki wood embellishments, Woodyscrap Chipboards, A.B.Studio scrapbooking paper

Have a good time!

Yours Julia.

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