Sunday, March 5, 2017

Not so Fragile after all Art Page



Hello my dear crafty friends!
 Irit is here and welcome you to my new Sin City Stamps Inspirational Post! 
Today's art page is full of bright colors ... a tribute to International Women's Day on March 8.
Not too many people celebrate this day, but for those who do in the world- Happy Woman's Day!

So as you can see the main point of this art page is a saying.
Everyone thinks that woman area fragile, delicate , little creatures who needs men to help her.
Big No!
We are not so fragile as we look.
We are not fragile at all.
So this art piece was done for all the strong women on the earth ! I salute you all!

Product list:
SinCity stamps:
Rosette hearts rubber stamp set- key and heart from this set

Other products:
White thick cardstock
Gesso
Stencils
Acrylic paints in yellow, orange, red, teal and black.
Metalic gold paint
Modeling paste
Black permanent ink
Sticker letters
Spatula
Acrylic block
A brown stained flower
Wooden clock
A 2" circle punch
Adhesive
Random embellishments and chipboard mesh shapes
Black pen


And now as always- here is my step by step tutorial:

1. Prime your cardstock with a layer of gesso. Then use the modeling paste and stencils to make a random raised impression over the cardstock. let this dry.




2. Stamp the face stamp with the black ink onto your piece.

3. Next, stamp the Button over and over with the same black ink.



4. Randomly stamp the hearts using the same technique (no photo for this step).
Punch the circle a bit larger then the face stamp and outline it with modeling paste so the circle is raised around the face.

Paint a few chipboard mesh pieces with yellow and orange acrylic paints then add them to your piece.

Paint the whole page with the mix of the same colors.

5. Apply red and teal paints onto the page. Outline the words with red paint as shown.
6. Out line the circle around the face stamp with black pen. Glue the stickers in place.

Finish with some black paint splatters and your embellishments.




Touch up the flower with some gold paint.









I hope you liked my art page!
Thanks for coming by!

5 comments:

  1. Fabulous art journal page Irit! I love the colors and all the amazing texture! Thanks so much for sharing!
    ~kim

    ReplyDelete

Thank you!