Our shipment of Prima Color Bloom Sprays have arrived and are now in store HERE available in 22 colours for $9.25 each
Refillable, high velocity, trigger spray bottles feature an anti-clogging nozzle that allows the mica shimmer mist to be sprayed in two different ways for two different effects. Full, even coverage for allover color and splatter for dimension and texture.
Also back in stock Faber Castell Whipped Spackle and Chalkboard Paint available HERE
FABER CASTELL-Whipped Spackle Jar. A heavy textured gesso with the consistency of icing. Create dimensional texture applications without the added weight of heavy gesso. Prime surfaces for watercolor for paint. This package contains one 100mL jar of whipped spackle.
FABER CASTELL-Chalkboard Paint Jar. This light weight opaque black medium dries flat and creates a toothed texture which is great for use with chalks; opaque pens and Faber Castell pastel pencils. Apply two or three generous layers to cover the base surface. This package contains one 100mL jar of chalkboard paint.
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Friday, April 18, 2014
Wishing all of our customers a Happy Easter.
We will be back on Tuesday ( we are enjoying the Easter Long Weekend with Family) so all orders placed over the weekend will be processed on Tuesday.
To celebrate the Easter Long Weekend we are having 15% Off All Templates, Masks and Stencils available HERE until Midnight (EST) Tuesday 22nd April 2014.
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
IT's OUR 2nd BIRTHDAY
and to CELEBRATE we are giving you a PRESENT
For EVERY ORDER you place from
Wednesday 9th April until Wednesday 16th April 2014
you get to SELECT ONE of the goodies HERE
to be sent with your order.
*Ends Midnight Wednesday 16th April (Melbourne Time)
*ONE PRESENT per order.
Monday, April 7, 2014
Gigi has created a couple of tags with the latest kit from Artified. There are still a couple of kits left HERE.
MAR/APR MIXED MEDIA KIT
By Giovanna Scott
There are 2 small tags and one larger tag in this kit. I’ve used the smaller tags as actual tags, and the larger, darker coloured tag has become my “make your own paper” kind of place.
So as I mentioned in the video, randomly stamp that larger tag with the stamp in the kit (I also used the cute doily stamp from last month’s kit) and also paint some book paper with the Florentine Gold paint.
Collect some bits and pieces you have from previous projects to make a cute embellishment cluster at the end.
The background process is almost identical for each tag.
Use ink, paint and mists to throw some colour on each tag. Don’t worry how it looks, as we’ll cover most of it up.
Let’s begin with HANDMADE.
After the background dried I glued a small rectangle of the yellow handmade paper from the kit and some book paper painted with the Florentine Gold. I reconstituted the gelatos on my palette and applied around the papers with my finger. I mixed some red paint with the Mother of Pearl and stippled through the paper doily. The pearl paint acts like an iridescent medium when added to colour. I glued the title on and the embellishments. I outlined the title with India Ink Pen and scribbled an outline with the pen in the kit.
I added white highlights with a white India ink pen (available from Artified), let dry, before spraying the tag with a gloss varnish.
I lightly spritzed this one with mist to fill all the white areas, but you could just as easily use watercolour or acrylic. To break up all the colour, I added a small strip of the stamped larger, darker tag down one side and placed the denim flower on the other, with a red button as a centre to balance the red at the top of the tag. I was contemplating re-formatting the quote in a smaller font, but thought the power in the words were important enough to stay larger.
To continue with the geometric feel of the triangle and squares, I added some simple lines with a white India ink pen. Some shading with the grey India ink pen and outlining and scribbling with the black gel pen, and the tag is complete.
I still have 2 more art journal pages to share, where I use the Florentine Gold and Mother of Pearl as art mediums, and how to make a patterned paper to scan and keep on record.