Wednesday, February 24, 2021

# 116 Winged things.

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!

Hallo everybody, Riet here.
How are you all doing. 
Hope you are crafting so you can join our challenge.
For this challenge "Things with wings", I made this dragonfly.
And this is how I made it.

This is what I used:

Large florish  
Dragonfly from the More bugs set.
I am a child of the moon

Key lime pie
Haunted shadows
Caribbian blue
Distress Micro glaze
Stazon black
white gellpen
Distress seedless preserves
Markers or pencils (what your preference is)

How its made.
I really love the glaze resist and use it a lot.
Just love the effect with ink on water base.
And its so easy to use and with great results.
So start with the glaze on your florish stamp.
I stamped it random on the paper.
Then I sprayed the glimmer mist.

It looks so jummie, and the colors blend so well together.
And I love the shimmer of the glimmermist.
Let it dry, I did not use the heattool this time.
The paper was very wet, and I did not want to lose the drops effect.

And how pretty is this and so easy.
Now we stamp the dragonfly on a thin peace of paper.
And color it as you like.
You can take the same colors as the background, 
but it is also pretty when you use different colors.
That way the dragonfly pops more.
I often use a gelpen on my art.
Just love the effect, as specially on the wings of dragonfly's or butterfly's.
It gives it just that little bit special look.
I went along with stamping the Carmen Veranda's child of the moon frase.
Cut it in 4 pieces and hit the edges with the seedles precerves ink.
So you see that you can use a stamp in many different ways.
Now glue everything on and your done.

The team and I would love to see what you can make with wings.
Show us please, join the challenge, and than you can win some rubberstamps.
The challenge runs till the end of the month.
Read the rules first and join us with this lovely challenge.

1 comment:

Sue said...

This is stunning Riet! I have this micro glaze and never think to use it, but it will be coming out now! Have a great week xx