Thursday, April 30, 2020

Winged girl for the Myth and Magic challenge

Welcome back to Lost Coast Portal to Creativity where Lost Coast Designs and Carmen's Veranda collide to bring you twice the inspiration and double the fun!

Hello, LCD fans.
Today I want to show you my last contribution for this month.



It is for the Myth and Magic challenge.
Well I think this winged girl is very magical.
And here is a description of how I made her.

Watercolor paper 14cm x 20 cm,

Stazon timber brown, Distress ink, antique linen, seedless preserves, spiced marmalade, peacock feathers, broken china. Prima marketing vintage pastels watercolor paint. Distress glaze. Black cardstock.
A mask or stencil.
Nuvo aqua shimmer.

I started stamping the winged girl with stazon timber brown. Then with a finger with distress glaze around the stamp, only the outside edge. Then colored the winged girl with the watercolor paint. When it was completely dry I applied the entire stamp with a layer of distress glaze. I sponged the border around the stamp with Distress ink antique linen. Then placed the mask or stencil on the paper and go over it with a sponge with distress glaze.Then you take the 4 distress ink colors and rub some of them on your craft sheet. Spray a little bit of water on it and put your paper on it. You don't have to worry about your image, the distress glaze works as a resist. Let it dry well and matte with black cardboard.

Give the wings, dress and hairband a little bit off aqua shimmer. Have fun and join our challenge at
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