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Happy Birthday and Merry Christmas Secret Sister

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Good morning I wanted to share with you all two Multi Media projects I have created recently. The first photo is the canvas I created and mailed out to my Secret Sister for Christmas 2018. The second canvas is one I made for a different friend. I showed her the one I made for my Secret Sister and she said she loved it so much and that she would love to have one. So for her November birthday I made her one also.

SS-MM-18-KKFR.jpgMy SS said that she would love something to hang in her newly remolded craft room. So I created this 8×10 canvas project.

For the background I used 3 different stencils and textured paste.

This is a real paint brush. The “ART” is wood. I used molds and polymer clay to make the 3 faces, wings, flower, and mushroom. The skeleton hand, and star is resin. I used cardstock and a flower die and created the 3 flowers in the left side. The leaves are fabric. Metal pieces on the top left corner, top right corner, and bottom right corner, the long piece on the paint brush and above the larger face. The pocket watch and 3 cogs at the bottom are metal also. After adhering all my pieces with textured paste, I paint it with Black Gesso, and then added”Inka Gold” and  Rubz to the top. To finish it off, I splattered white and black Gesso, Bronze, Gold, and Silver Silk. Then sprayed sealer.

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This 8×10 canvas was created for my other friend for her birthday.

For the background I used a brick stencil and textured paste. The “ART” is wood. I wrapped lace around the paint brush handle. Using Sclupy Polymer clay and molds I created the butterflies, face, and wings. The frame, crown, fish, and the filigree on the top right corner. The tulle is from JoAnn’s Fabrics.  Using dies and cardstock, I created the 3 flowers and the vines. The arrow and the owl face is a Tim Holtz metal charm. The purple glitter at the bottom of the paint brush is Stickles. I painted with “Inka Gold” brand metallic rubbing paints and also Rubz. Then spray sealed it. She loves it she said, so did everyone at the dinner party that night.

Let me know what you think.

 

Image result for prima wings mold here is the mold for the wings. It’s by Prima.

Thanks for stopping by.

Peace,

KristyLee

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The Best is Yet to Come

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Good morning,

I just got done taking some photos of a multi media project I just finished. A friend of mine, recently lost his  wife. She had a spine disorder and went in for a pain shot and   never left the hospital. She did however have a long and wonder life.

At the memorial the Pastor said when him and his wife visited my friend in the hospital they were leaving and he found a fork while walking to their car. The Pastor told the story of the “The best is yet to come.” “A lady who was dying and asked her pastor to bury her with a fork.”   That gave me an idea to make this project for my friend.  And of course I do hope he likes it.

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I used a 8×10 canvas from Micheal’s. I started w/ the background and using polymer clay I pressed 3 pieces onto different embossing folders. I placed them in the top right and left  corners, and the 3rd is on the bottom right.

Using molds and Sclupy polymer clay I made the letters, cherubs, face, heart and butterflies. The fish cross and frame are resin. The top cross is wood. The top 3 flowers are buttons, and the bottom 3 flowers are Prima. The leaves are fabric, the vines underneath are cardstock and Heartfelt Creations dies. The bottom right corner is a metal piece so is the pieces on the bottom part of the fork, which is also metal. I tried using the Prima Marketing Finnabair Art Ingredients Stones, for the first time.

I used Black Gesso, then metallic Rubz.

To finish it off I splattered it with black and white Gesso, and sprayed it with at sealer.

Thank you for stopping by, let me know what you think.

Peace,

KristyLee