Hello Blogland hope everyone is well and not too hot in this heatwave?
Well as usual Emily had a list of teachers requiring gifts...8 in total! I thought I had thought about it early enough but was still rushing at the end as you do.
Off I went to the works to get some not very in-expensive canvases and little box and this is how they started off after a quick coat of all things Fresco!
The general rule of thumb was a mixture of fresco paint and grunge paste on the background with some PaperArtsy Lin Brown stamps...followed by some JOFY, Lynne Perrella and Chocolate Baroque stamping and painted with some detail. So without further ado I'll add the pics and the materials used on each one, I even made notes so I wouldn't forget but bet I still get something wrong! LOL
Fresco-eggplant, squid ink (my new favourite!), nougat
Stencils- TCW280 Blazonary, TCW278s Mini circle explosion
Stamps- ELB03, MN46
Fresco-sky, guacamole, baltic blue. zesty zing, london bus, beach hut, autumn fire
Stamps- ELB01, Punky Flowers
Fresco- eggplant, london bus, autumn fire
Stamps- LPC022, The Legend of Bamboo (Kodomo Inc.)
Fresco-nougat, autumn fire, zesty zing, london bus
Stencils-Dylusions luscious leaves
Fresco- nougat, sherbet, sky
Stencil- Andy Skinner Baroque
Die-Tim Holtz pine cone (impersonating a rose), elegant flourishes
Fresco- claret, sky,
Treasure gold- bronze gold
Tim Holtz Die - Cogs and texture fade artful muse
Tim Holtz Distress metallic paints
Stamps- Steampunk Butterfly
Fresco- claret, guacamole
Stencil - TCW278s mini circle explosion
Crunchy waxed kraft paper
Fresco- guacamole, hey pesto, tinned peas, nougat, squid ink, zesty zing, beach hut
Stamps- ELB03, JOFY14, 12 & 9
Well that's it, hopefully not bored you too much, I did try and keep the writing to a minimum so you can just look at the pics LOL
Thanks for stopping by and leave a comment if you fancy!