family pillow cover WINGS – playing with Mixed Media Origins papers personalised birthday gifts

 family pillow cover     |      2019-09-15 18:14

Probably one of the most versalite crafting supplies are the Tattered angels Mixed Media Origins papers. Printed on a cloth like paper that has an amazing hand, these papers are two-sided and filled assorted art pieces, shading and details that create an automatic look of texture. ?The papers can be altered in anyway your mixed media heart desires.

Crew member, Linda Simpson chose the MMO Wings paper and created a stunning piece of wall art in small size but with a lot of details combining colored butterflies and using one of the Tattered Angels Naturally Aged Kits to work on the frame.

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“;I have for many years loved butterflies and when I got a piece of the beautiful Tattered Angels Mixed Media Origins collection Wings I knew exactly the project I wanted to create. This little shadow box will take pride of place on my craft room wall as it will match the decor. I also wanted to use the fine wood paint system by Tattered Angels on the shadow box So happy with how it turned out too.”; –; Linda says.

Tools used:Fiskars Scissors No 6 paint brush Golden Gel Medium PVA Glue Black card stock Low Tack Tape

Find full description on how Linda made this stunning shadow box in the following video:

Some quick steps to go with the creation of the project.

Step 1 –; Cut out butterflies from sheet of paper then colour using Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist Sunkissed Peach and Dragonfly.

Step 2? –; Add low tack tape to the glass before treating the shadow box with the Naturally Aged Kit Weathered Birch. Once dry use Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist Bronze to the edges of the frame. Adhere the word explore and the painted butterfly.

Step 3 –; Add the insert to the shadow box and all completed.

Visit Linda’;s YouTube channel and Instagram to see more of her work.

I make this cover for my art journal using canvasfamily pillow cover,burlap,scraps and some mixed media methods and techniques it is always great to create it in your favorite colors and textures and have inspiration from your art journal every time when you would like to fullfill it!?–; says Viktoriya.

Materials used:Canvas Corp?Canvas Fabric NaturalCanvas Corp Burlap 12×;12 sheet –;?Teal?and?ChocolateCanvas Corp?Black&;Kraft Diamonds cardstockTattred Angels?Mixed Media Origins paper –; WingsTattered Angels Glimmer Mist –;?Dragonfly,?Aquamarine,?Turquoise,?Mint Julep,?Coffee Shop,?Walnut Goldtattered Angels Glimmer Glaze –;?Blue Oasis,?Satchel,?Coconut Shellwhite gesso or acrylic paintthreadsslimtexwashi tapegluebradsold brushes

Tools:BrushesScissorsStencilsSpongeSewing machine (you can hand-stitch it too)

Viktoriya shares some tips on making the journal cover:

My art journal has a great cover now!

Visit Viktoryia’;s?blog?and?Instagram?for more inspiration.

Two completely different projects with the same product –; we did tell you that there’;s no limit to our creativity!

Tattered Angels Mixed Media Origins papers come in unique eclectic designs that can be colored and used as they are or cut into pieces and used to decorate your projects. Visit the store to see the whole collection.

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