Thursday, October 3, 2019

Urban Life

Hello everyone! Thought I would drop in with a new project today for your walls using Blank Page Muse Stamps.



Supplies used for this project -
Urban Scene stamp 
Script stamp from Correspondence Pens by Katy Leitch
VersaMark Clair Nocturne ink
Distress Oxide ink Cracked Pistachio and Vintage Photo
2" deep 6" x 6" stretched canvas
DecoArt paint - teal, lime green, blue
Martha Stewart Teal glitter paint
Tim Holtz stencils - burlap and circles
Sequins
Stickles - Silver
Art Glitter Glue
Wink of Stella clear pen

To start the project, paint it all over with teal paint, let dry. Stencil with lime green and blue on opposite corners. Sponge on the glitter paint in select small areas, let dry.




Using the Distress Oxide ink and a blending tool, apply ink to white cardstock in about a 5" x 5" area, sprinkle with water and let dry. Stamp the Urban Scene stamp onto inked cardstock with VersaMark Clair ink. Tear the edges towards you on each side, this allows the edges to be more feathery and take on ink better. Ink blend the edges with the VersaMark and Vintage Photo ink.


Stamp the script stamp randomly on the canvas. Then using the glue, attach the stamped image to the canvas using an old credit card to smooth out the surface. When this step is dry, use Wink of Stella on the bird in flight for some more shine. Apply the sequins with the glue and add a small dot of Silver Stickles to each center.




Hope you liked this wall decor piece and please share your creations in the Blank Page Muse Facebook group!!

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