Acrylic Pour Painting Center Swipe

Hello my crafty friends! Yesterday I received happy mail. My new Liquitex Basics Acrylic Paints, 36 different colors. I order threw amazon. Today I did two acrylic pouring on two canvas. I love the way they both came out. I’ll list products down below.

First canvas
Second canvas
I used same colors on both but as you can see they came out different.
Here’s my new colors…..
Colors I pick are Liquitex Basics acrylic phthalocyalnne blue, deep violet, Cadmum yellow medium hue, gold and Folk Art Fresh cut grass.
Mixed with Flood Floetrol and water…..
Plus add two drops of Color Pour Cell Magic
First cover my canvas with White acrylic paint mix with flood.
Started pouring my colors down and then took a card, swiped down from the middle to the bottom of the canvas. Then turn canvas around and did the same thing.
Also torch with heat gun.

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I have a great day everyone…….

Backgrounds techniques

Hi my crafty friends! Sometimes when I can’t sleep I just go into my craft room and start working on some different techniques in my journal book for future ideas for cards or just scrapbooking. What ever pops up in my head.

On this page I just used Neocolor ll water soluble aquarellable. Colors are scarlet, vermilion, orange, yellow, yellow green and blue Corbett.
On this page I used the same color but when I took my Dylusion stencil and a baby wipe to create the circle I flip it over on this page, which create this look. Then used the same color with a brush to give the affect.
I also used Tim Holtz Stamp and Archival ink jet black. Took the same stencil and spray with Tim Holtz distress spray stain picket fence. And flip the stencil over on to the other page.
Here are all the products I used…..

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Mixed Media Art Journaling Backgrounds

Hello my crafty friends! Last night I started working on my art journal books. I always like to work on my backgrounds first, then come back in a few days and finish my journal. So this is about backgrounds techniques.

I stated out prepping my pages with white gesso. Used Daler Rowney acrylic gesso. Then I pick my colors to used. On this background I pick Tim Holtz Adirondack color wash spray stream, distress oxides salty ocean, peacock feather and mermaid Lagoon.

Stencil I used is called wave to me stencil by Heffy Doodle.

After I used the heat gun to dry the pages. I took a paint brush with just water and splattered it on my pages, then tap dry with a paper towel to create water spots.

Here I took Tim Holtz round sponge with only water on it and created circles. Heat set and took again TH Adirondack color wash stream and blend in the middle of my circles.
This technique gives it a look like dimensions on the pages.
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By Annalicia Spannaus

Another Tag made with Tim Holtz products

Hello my crafty friends! I wanted to share another tag I made with Tim Holtz awesome products.

Background colors are TH distress oxides sprays fired brick, wiled violet, dusty concord and picked raspberry.
TH wildflowers stem #1 664163 and wildflowers stem #2 664164.
Flowers colors are TH alcohol inks fiesta, purple twilight and wild plum. With a little bit of foil. Also TH big chat stickers. And purple wires.

Thank you for checking out my blog today. And have a great day.

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