Saturday, 1 July 2017

Patina Altered Box

Hi there...
This weekend I finally got to work with my Patina Pastes and IOD paper clay that I had been waiting to start with.
Had a great time altering this wooden box.

The IOD paper clay is super smooth and flexible. Loved making that rose bunch.. it was flawless. 
The box that I used is a wooden one which I gessoed after adding the resin frame and clay work, followed by the amazing Patina Pastes that can just do the magic and transform objects into beautiful pieces.
With this project Is enter to:

Thank you for stopping by.. have a lovely weekend!!

Wednesday, 28 June 2017

Guest Designer Canvas Corp Brands

Mixed Media Canvas - "Inspiration"

Hi Friends,
Sharing a project that I guest designed for Canvas Corp Brands this month. Had a wonderful time working with their products.

Thank you for stopping by.. See ya!!

Tuesday, 13 June 2017

Floral Wreath

Mixed Media

Hi there..
Summers are shining bright, though here in Britain, rains never fail to surprise us just anytime :)
Today's project is unique in itself.. it's a wreath decorated in mixed media style, subtle colors, loaded with lots of prima flowers. I am loving it!!

The June Challenge boards are full of pastles, flowers, shabby chic.. so I decided to do something on that line. 
This wreath I grabbed sometime back from Hobbycraft.. I love altering things.. it makes me feel like accomplished.. satisfied. Altered art is amazing in itself. 
I have used some dried natural moss too in this project. The cage chipboard and the home sign just fit in so well. I rubbed a lot of finnabair wax in "white gold" all over the wreath after gesso.. also did some touches over the flowers and leaves. It gave a beautiful shabby chic look.
Some closer shots..

With this project I join in:

Hope you enjoyed and got inspired to beautify things around you.
See you again.. have a great day!!

Saturday, 10 June 2017

Abstract Flowers

Mixed Media Canvas

Today, I was up with doing something on my canvas.. I was feeling inspired and totally heARTful, grabbed an 8*8 inches canvas and the wonderful jars of Prima art alchemy acrylic paints. I let my brushes to rest today and did the whole painting with my fingers.. yes.. and it was so interesting and so much fun. Just a bit of control is needed.. it's a quick process to create an abstract art.

These paints are so luscious and the colors are vibrant. They are very versatile in nature.. can be used in any project with different techniques.
For the background I have used my basic acrylic paints in several shades, most prominent is white. I also did some background stamping and absolutely loved how it added some more interest to the whole project.
Some more pictures.. 

Art alchemy acrylic paints used in the project: 
Metallic Green Olive
Metallic Rich Turquoise
Metallic Light Patina
Metallic steampunk copper

With this project, I participate to:

Drawing inspiration from the colors in the moodboards.

Hope you had a lovely time reading this post and got inspired.. thanks for stopping by. Have a great weekend!!