What a Wonderful World For Helmar

Hi Everyone I'm sharing my first project I created for Helmar

I started off with a canvas that I had layered plaster (like you use when you have a broken arm) roughly over it, once it dried I painted it with black gesso 

I then sprinkled a variety  of Lindy's Stamp Gang Magical's to give a colourful background, I love the way they go into all the grooves and give you several colours in the one colour


I then sprayed some muslin with the Helmar Spray Adhesive to attach it to the canvas with out it being stuck completely down I still wanted it to have movement


I used the Helmar Gemstone Glue to adhere the little diamonds into the metal cabochon - it's great because it dries clear and they look like they were always there  


These Flower Sticks are from Memory Maze and I painted them with some watercolour paints I had on hand


I used my favourite glue the Helmar 450 Quick Dry Adhesive for adhering everything to the canvas

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Hello For Memory Maze

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My turn on the Memory Maze Blog so make sure you head over and check it out and see what the rest of the Design Team have been up too

This photo is of my cousin and her husband letting everyone know they are expecting a baby 
Such a beautiful photo and such joy all round for everyone
Noah will be the best big brother ever

So I used the Pavement Stencil with Impasto and then used some Oxide inks to add some vibrant colours to match the photo

The Adorable word I painted with the Mermaid Lagoon Oxide and then outlined it with white pen

The Hello is and experiment that Memory Maze is trying out so if you're interested make sure to contact your local supplier and they can contact us to get some made 
I coloured it with Squeezed Lemonade

A few embellishments and some art stones and we're done

Products I used -

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Unicorn for Creative Artiste Mixed Media Challenges

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This project was inspired by a new friend that helped me with some healing
(it's part of her Job) she has a business OptiMystic Xzavia she's an Intuitive Healer who
also does yourChakras, massage, past life healings and lots more
you can find her on Facebook

Anyway I made this for her as she was only supposed to spend an hour with me and
ended up spending over an hour
I started with a white plastic frame and painted it with the Finnabair Patina Effect Paste Brass 
 water in all the grooves of the frame and then on some of the edges

The background I used some modelling paste
Once that was dry I used some Lindy's Tea Pot Purple Spray and some
into the grooves of the Memory Maze Wire Door stencil 

I also coloured a lot of the embellishments with the same colours so it all blended

I used some metal to break it up a bit as well

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Toffee Crunch for White With 1

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This month over at White With 1 the colour is Toffee Crunch isn't a yummy colour 

This is a photo of my gorgeous daughter taken down at the 12 Apostles 

I used the Tim Holtz Oxides in Vintage Photo for my Toffee Crunch  colour 
I used some plastic to rub the ink pad on the sprayed it and then dabbed over the stencilled area

I inked the Dream Catcher  from Memory Maze with the Vintage Photo Oxide ink and stamped with a dotted stamp randomly over my layout with the same ink

I used impasto with the Pavement Stencil from Memory Maze I like the shine that the impasto gives

Then embellished with a few ephemera pieces, metal, flowers and some art stones to finish the page off

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Shabby Chic Clock for Memory Maze

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I created this Shabby Chic clock using the Vintage Bird Cage from the Memory Maze store (check with your local store and make sure they stock them)

Make sure you visit the Memory Maze Blog to get some inspiration from our Design Team

I created a YouTube video of the process so please give me a thumbs up and if you haven't subscribed please do I'd really appreciate it xx

I love shabby chic it's so feminine and pretty and of course i get to use flowers 

I used Ranger Oxides to paint the little flowers and leaves on the Prima frame just to give a little bit of colour 

Well I used Ranger Oxides to colour everything from metal to the stenciled heart on the background board 



Product I used -

The oxide colours I used were -

Tattered Rose
Squeezed Lemonade
Peeled Paint
Mermaid Lagoon

and the bird cage was coloured with White Gold Art Alchemy Wax

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Adore for Mixed Media Supplies

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How cute is this little Miss

Lucky for me Mixed Media Supplies have the perfect colour Mica Powder - Coral Reef it 
matches perfect with her outfit 

So I mixed the Coral Reef Mica Powder with some matte gel to put through the floral 
scroll stencil to give a nice vibrant pattern 

On the Adore I used the Shimmer Pearl Mica Powder it's so pretty and has so much shimmer 
to it I wish the photos could show it better

The other stencil I used texture paste and watered down the Mica Powder to make the 
pattern stand out and give the paper some colour 

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Hey Everyone

I thought I'd enter the Colour Blast Challenge which is using texture and a Colour Blast product 
Lucky for me I love using texture on everything I do 

I have YouTube Video and it worked perfect this time no pixelation

I was given a canvas that someone was going to throw out because it wasn't working for them so they thought I might be able to use it

It sat in my pile of canvases for awhile and I tried to remove the timber products that had been stuck to it but man were they stuck, they ended up ripping the canvas

This was actually a good thing because I decided I liked the shaped of the frame of the timber underneath, so I took all of the canvas off, took the staples out and then filled in the gaps with modelling paste

Once everything was dry I used the Crafters Workshop Tiny Dots stencil over all the edges of the frame 

Then I used a mix of Peacock, Midnight and Lush Shimmer Dusts over the top mixing them up and painting them on randomly to give different colours and deepen the green of the lush and darken the Peacock as they were a bit too bright for the photo 

I glued some cardboard to the back of the frame and then added some Bling Colour Paste to the background I was using a stencil with it but the paste dried a bit before I used the stencil so when I lifted the stencil it didn't come up clean so I fixed it all and then stamped into it

Once it was dry I used the Midnight Shimmer Dust in some water and let it go into the grooves of the stamped area

Then the fun part is the decorating I added a floral vine up the side with lots of little flowers and metal some of my favourite things to use then some seed beads for a bit of sparkle and that's it

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