Things I want to Try
This piece is also 6x6. It started out with a gelli arts gelatin printing plate and my 6x6 kaleidoscope stencil. i then layered paints and distress inks over the background. i stamped and doodled on the background. The dress form is a sticky back canvas transfer and then layered with crackle accents. i painted the wings, glued them down, and added the dress form. i added enamel accents to the background in a random dot pattern.
Ronda Palazzari The Journey 6x6
Dry-erase paint for a table? Yes, please!
This one is made from a cabinet door, but I feel like it would be easier still to use a cheap frame, paint it a good color, screw in some hooks for keys, then put a good looking piece of scrapbook paper or fabric behind the glass.
Seriously? This is FREAKING awesome! They are gorgeous and crazy easy!! Made by using a sharpie marker and baking them.
Grateful journal...need to make this for next year
soup can...marbles...hot glue.. Need to do this ASAP!
"Cover clothes pins with glitter, put a magnet on the back, and you have an instant way to display things on a board. ALSO...Mod Podge over the top of the glitter and it won't "shed" everywhere"
Wall Art made with a glass frame, painted background and glass marbles.
Glazed Wall Art Using 12x12 Scrapbook Paper
Make your own Blending Tool.... ...and Save Money. Save yourself a fortune and make your own Blending tool. Do you like to use inks on your creations, maybe to make your own background papers or just to add a vintage look to the edges? And do you find that the blending tools available in the shops are rather expensive especially when you would like several of them?