City In Bloom Canvas With Olga Ravenskaya

Hi dear friends!
It’s Olga Ravenskaya here with me new project and video tutorial using Lindy’s sprays, magicals and squirts.
I’ve created a mixed media canvas named City In Bloom – about a city and a young woman going away and followed by the smell of blooming flowers.
My inspiration was the beautiful color pallete of our June Color Challenge with the main ingredient – Flowers.


  1. Mix any transparent modeling paste with Magicals using two colors and apply it through the stencil
  2. After full drying mix ane white modeling paste with two other colors of Magicals and apply it through the stencil just above the first one
  3. Paint your pattern with the Sprays according to your color combo using a wide brush – add sprays color by color starting with the light one
  4. Dry the surface completely and repeat the previous step to add the depth and variety of shades to your background
  5. Add splashes using a fan brush
  6. Color your molds, die cuttings and chippies using Magicals
  7. Sprinkle them with the Embossing powder and heat using a heating gun to create a beautiful texture
  8. Color your wooden elements with Squirts using two or more colors and also sprinkle them with the embossing powder to create accents on them
  9. Build up the composition and glue up everything
  10. Add toppings if needed

Here is my process video, hoping you’ll enjoy it!

And some close-ups as a little inspiration.


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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

2 thoughts on “City In Bloom Canvas With Olga Ravenskaya

  1. Thank you so much Sally for your kind words! The Building stencil is from KatrinCraft, Water stencil – from StencilGirl

  2. Love this cityscape. Please tell us where you got the large building stencil and the water stencil.

    Thanks in advance!

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