5 Ways to Create a Background with Lindy’s Magicals

Hi beautiful Lindy’s friends!

Svetlana here on the Lindy’s blog today to show you the process of creating 5 mixed-media backgrounds using Lindy’s Magicals. I suppose that if you create some backgrounds beforehand it will be very easy for you to create a tag or a card on this background any moment you need it.

Process video so you can watch and create your own backgrounds.

 

Basic Process

  • Emboss a piece of watercolor paper (I have pieces 9×15 cm) with the embossing folder
  • Cover some top areas with white or transparente wax
  • Sprinkle some magical over it (I used Gag Me with a Spoon Gray)
  • Sprinkle with some water and let it dry.

Basic Process

  • Emboss a piece of watercolor paper (I have pieces 9×15 cm) with the embossing folder
  • Mix some white or transparent wax with some magical (here I used Bayou Boogie Gold)
  • Apply this mixture on the surface here and there so to give some extra tone to the paper
  • Sprinkle some magical over it (I used Bayou Boogie Gold)
  • Sprinkle with some water and let it dry.

Basic Process

  • Emboss a piece of dark cardstock paper (I have pieces 9×15 cm) with the embossing folder
  • Sprinkle some magical over it (I used Lara’s Wild Malve)
  • Sprinkle with some water and let it dry
  • Sprinkle some magical over it (I used Glitzy Magicals)
  • Sprinkle with some water and let it dry.

Basic Process

  • Apply some transparent gesso in some places of the watercolor paper. It protects paper from magical soaking
  • Sprinkle some magical over it (I used Mountain Meadows Flat Magical Set)
  • Sprinkle with some water and let it dry
  • Mix the same color with white crackle paste and apply it through the stencil

Basic Process

  • Mix some magical (Wild Rose Rouge) with glossy gel
  • Apply it through the stencil
  • While it is wet sprinkle with glitter
  • Let it dry
  • Sprinkle some gold magical (Glitzy Magicals), wet with water and let it dry.

I couldn’t help making something with my backgrounds so I took one background, cut it in a shape of a tag, glued it on a thick piece of cardboard, added a piece of lace, two paper flowers, a picture, and some glitter. And voila my tag is ready.

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I hope you like my backgrounds and the tutorial.

Thank you very much for reading. I’m really looking forward to your feedback!

 

Svetlana Sanochkina

Hi! I'm Svetlana Sanochkina from Russia. My style is mixing different elements with paints. I love experimenting with color combinations. I have been crafting since 2016.

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