I have some catching-up to do with items I’d planned on sharing long before now, such as the panels in this post which feature in the Jan/Feb/Mar issue of The Stampers’ Sampler.
At the time of creating the panels, JOFY stamps were still quite new to me. It was all because of this post, HERE at That’s Crafty that I continued to make some more.
Here are the other three panels.Touches of H20s catch the light beautifully and here and there, touches of mica flakes. If I remember, I think I also used Golden medium which has beautiful gold mica flakes within it.Coils of rusty wire appear here and there on each panel.This is one of my all time favourite labels from Redlead Paperworks, layered onto some rusty mesh which is also from Redlead.
Grow A GardenAgain, on this panel, the JOFY stamps were highlighted with the H20s, working with limited colours (even though I have quite a stash of H20s!)I took no care with how I applied the H20s, working loosely.Morning DewThe backgrounds have little or no texture other than paint. I might have added a touch of Grungepaste but on the whole, the texture on the background is purely Frescos.Another label from yet another favourite Redlead labels set. I dip into their Label sets so often, they are such a lovely sized stamp to add a little sentiment to artwork. I am thankful that Stampington & Co liked the panels enough to publish them. There are so many incredible stamp artists, vying for space within the pages of The Stampers’ Sampler, so it is always an honour to be published.
Many thanks for your visit to this post.
28 Apr 2016 19 Comments
in Uncategorized Tags: mixed media, paint, paint effects, PaperArtsy Fresco Finish Chalk Paint, PaperArtsy JOFY designs, published artwork, Red Lead Paperworks, Redlead Paperworks, Rusting, rusty wire, Stampington & co, The Stampers' Sampler, Twinkling H20s