Today I'm hosting the ColourArte blog with a small canvas I created for my art wall.
After quite a few Christmas projects, today I'm sharing a small canvas I created for my art wall.
For this project I used:
- 2Crafty Chipboard sentence
- butter embossing powder
- Finnabair Glass Glitter
- 3D Gloss Gel
- Heavy White Gesso
- Vintage Photo distress ink
First I applied White Gesso all over the surface. Before it was dry, I made some splashes with all the H2Os and blended them with the White Gesso with my paintbrush to create a soft pastel background. I let it dry.
Then I spread some butter embossing powder here and there and melted it with the heat gun.
Next step was to glue the chipboard sentence. I spread some water and with the paintbrush I applied the Apple Blossom H2O. I really love this watercolor effect! I also spread some Blue Grass Primary Element and sprayed water to liquefy it.
To create the flower I sprayed with the Radiant Rain Misters and made a lot of splashes with all the colors of H2Os I listed above. I also glued with the 3D Gloss Gel some glass glitter in the middle of the flower.
In order to create the stalk of the flower I used the Black Emerald with a fine brush. I also made some splashes with it.
My final step was to distress the edges with the Vintage Photo distress ink.
I hope you got some inspiration and ideas on how to create a watercolor look on your project.
Thank you for visiting,
have a lovely crafty day!