Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Thank you to Dreamwesver Stencils

As most of you know I have been the guest designer for Dreamweaver Stencil this whole month,  Today is my last post.  So far all of my post has been Canvas and I want to make something different, so today I make a Thank You card for Dreamweaver to say "Thanks for having me"

start off with a black paper.  Sorry about the glossyness, 
Added Golden Polmer Medium to my black cardstock and sprinkled the Metallic F/X onto the wet Plymer Medium (Gloss)  the reason it's glossy at this point.  Let that dry.  To make sure the Metallic F/X was not going to come off, I spray with a Workable Fixatif from Krylon

I had a Thank You stencil from Dreamweaver and embossing paste, but I need color, add a few drop of Florescent Orange to the embossing paste and mixed well.  Then I added my Thank You to my background. let dry


since my background is glossy and will not tke a photo well I add Gel Medium Matte on top of the whole background and let that dry.  While my Gel Medium was still wet I added my Die Cut leaves to the bottom

here is a close up of the background technique I used.  love this affect.  Here is the rest of the Dreamweaver Design Team.  Go by each of their blog and see what they did.  

and

Thanks for stopping by......

Playing with layer in an Art Journal

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Wear your Art

make your own stencil from a Magazine image
Transparency or Packing Tape
any kinda Glue


Journal:  Cottonwood Art Journal
Tim Holtz - Tissue Paper
Gel Medium
Gelatos
Ink Pad
Stencils
Ink Spray - Memory Mist - Diet Cola
Letter Stencil
book text
Faber-Castell - Pitt marker
Staz-On Ink
Black Paint
Workable Fixatif
Stencil:  Crafter's Warehouse
Stamps:  SinCity Stamps - Art Journal Plate
Another Wonderful Quote stamps from Verses Rubber Stamp Company

I used a Handmade stencil for my face.  


Here is the video on how I made this page:



Thanks again..

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Greek goddess

I just love to making Mixed Media art project and the products I received for being a guest designer from Dreamweavers Stencils make it so much fun..  Stop by the Dreamweaver blog today and see all the great project done by their design team:
.  I made this wonderful canvas


Now here is how I make this amazing canvas

started by painting my background using Golden's new High Flow Paints.  Then I trace out my face image and painted the face with Golden Titan buff.
add my details, eyes shadows etc...

got my new Die cuts out and started to cut you two different shade using both leaf dies
Monstera Leaf
Leafy Branch 
Had to add a little something to them.  ink all edges with Olive color Chalk Ink
Add each of the leaf with Golden Gel Medium
Now I start adding a few flowers using the Plumeria Crest Stencil and Embossing paste

Added some Sizing liquid to each flower so I can add the Dreamweaver metallic FX to each of the flower to make them pop...
Added a Dew Drop from Robin Nest to each flower center .

Now stop by each of these blogs and see what the rest of the Dreamweaver DT made





Thanks for stopping by today...
Terri Sproul

Art Journal with Distress Inks

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Distress Ink:  Worn Lipstick,Spun Sugar, Stormy Sky, Picked Raspberry
make up sponge
Dreamweaver Stencil:  Monstera Leaf and Leafy branch
Distress Ink:  Mowed Lawn and Peeled paint
Stamps:  Medallic plate of stamps
stamps:  Anime Fairies 
Stencils:  from Kite
Deli Paper
Quote:  Verses Rubberstamps 




Now is the the video on how I made this page



class time every Tuesday night
6PM pst
7PM mst
8PM cst
9PM est

thanks again, see you next Tuesday, stop by Thursday to be my guest DT post for Dreamweaver stencils.

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

It's a Zen monument

I am have so much fun playing with Dreamweaver Stencils products this month.  I just love to make canvas and this is another one I did using the Zen Flower Stencil.

I used cheese cloth across the bottom to add texture to my canvas, then paint over the cheese clothe with two different colors of green.
I used Music sheet to create my stem and leaves for my two flowers


Make sure you use a transparent green paint if you want you viewer to see the music in the background.
I just love the Butterfly stencil I got from Dreamweaver,

Here you can see a close up of the Zen Flower and Embossing paste I used on my canvas.  After the Embossing Power dried, I paint with yellow acrylic paint and sprinkled some of the Metallic FX and let dry
See the texture I got from the cheese cloth and how wonderful the music sheet is as the stems.
Love how my butterfly looks on my canvas

Thank for stopping by today, please check out the Dreamweaver Blog and see what the other designer's made today on their blogs. 

Terri Sproul

Color your Peacock with Gelatos

I just love to play on Tuesday night wi
th all of you.  Thanks again for join me LIVe.  What you did not join me live?  you don't know when I go live???  well lets fix that right now....

Where:  you can find my show on Google Hangout:  https://plus.google.com/+TerriSproul1/posts
or you can find it on my Youtube.com/terrisproul channel - you can view better and ask question from the hangout side
When   Tuesday NIGHTS

Time:   6PM PST
             7PM MST
             8PM CST
             9PM EST


Joe Rotella - Create and Craft facebook page
Joe Pod Case:  click here
Facebook group "all things Terri Sproul"

 
Supplies:
Gelatos
Stamps:  Stampendous
Gesso page before I started
Journal - Cottonwood Arts
baby wipes
Deli paper
Quote stamp:  Verses Rubber Stamps
toilet paper holder
Fan Brush for splashes
Dorland Wax Medium
MUST use a Fixative with Gelatos


here is the video:

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Teacups

did you know that Dreamweaver Stencils NOW has Die Cuts???  Yes, Die Cuts.....  How cool is that.  I am the guest DT for Dreamweaver this month and I was so excited with i seen this TeaCup Die Cut.  HAD TO HAVE.....

as most of you might know I do a live Art Journal show on Tuesday Nights, each time I do my best to teach a new technique or use a new product.

 supply list:
Cotton Wood Art Journal 
Pan Pastels
Water
Dylusions:  
Quote stamps:  Verses RubberStamps
Color Bloom spray mist from Prima
Gel Medium
Versa Mark Ink Pad
paper on the TeaCups - Robin Nest Scraps Papers
Workable Fixatif
COUPON:  Sincity stamps "scs25" is good for the month of July 25% off total order and free shipping USA only...



SEE how cute the TEACUPS are..  OMG.  I just love them  THANKS
Dreamweaver for bring out DIE CUTS..  I am so excited....

Thanks for stopping by my blog - hope you stop by Dreamweaver Blog today and see the other projects that are being shared.  Join me on Tuesday for a LIVE show - 6PM PST/9PM EST