Penguin In the City – Mixed Media Board By Olga Ravenskaya

Hi dear friends!
It’s Olga Ravenskaya here with my new project and video tutorial using fabulous Lindy’s Starbursts and Glitzy Magicals.
I’m so inspired by our July Color Challenge – loving that gorgeous combo of teal and greys!
So please, be carefull – Penguin In the City!

Basic steps how I’ve created it:

  1. Prime wooden board with a white Gesso
  2. Stamp with circle stamp, sprinkle over with Wowzers White embossing powder and heat using a heating gun
  3. Mix white and transparent texture paste with magicals and apply design through the stencil. I’ve used Silent Night Silver and Scintillating Silver Magicals.
  4. Add extra texture with white sand paste and prime it with white gesso
  5. Paint the surface, drop by drop, with your sprays using a brush. I’ve used Silent Night Silver, Black Orchid Silver, Time Travel Teal and Tainted Love Teal Starbursts.
  6. Add white splashes with Sidewalk Chalk Flat Fabio and sparkling splashes using Glitzy Magicals
  7. After drying add extra layer of colors with a fan brush
  8. Paint your wooden and clay embellishments with sprays and sprinkled them with Glitzy Magicals
  9. Create beautiful tiny houses using embossing powders, applying them layer by layer
  10. Build up your composition and glue everything
  11. Mix Scintillating Silver Magical with water and add sparkling splashes

Here is my step-by-step video, hoping you’ll enjoy it!

And some close-ups as a little inspiration.

Lindy’s Products

Other Products: Finnabair White Gesso, Ranger Transparent Texture Paste, Finnabair Sand Paste, Stamperia colored chipboard, Prosto Nebo chipboard, wooden elements, Art Stones

Thank you for stopping by!



Mixed media artist and educator from the beautiful city Rostov-on-Don, Russia. Totally addicted to the colorful world of Lindy's. YouTube: Olga Ravenskaya/Instagram: @olga.ravenskaya

Leave a Little Love

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.