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Saturday, September 12, 2015

Mixed Media Fun With ETI

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Some days you just don't want to make the same old thing, so I really got out of the box and did a small canvas.  I love making a canvas and then coating it with ETI!  Sorry I don't have step out photos, it just kind of took on a life of its own!  

In this project I used: 3 stencils from Dreamweaver (LJ 896 Large flourish, LJ 808 Cathedral windows large, LJ 909 Cathedral windows small), Embossing Paste, From Imagine Crafts I used Goosebumps, Radiant Neon Ink, Staz-On Ink, Accetate, Art GlitterETI Lite, Verses Rubber Stamps, Paula Best Stamps,Ann Butler Design s MonogramStamps,  Peddler's Pack Stamps. ATC blanks, Clear Embossing Powder.

I started with the blank canvas and used the Radiant Neon Ink to stencil on the color.  I went around the edges with the ink pads directly on the canvas and blended in the color.  I then used clear embossing powder and heat set the entire thing.

Next I made the ATC pieces.  I sprayed Goosebumps on the stencil then laid it on the paper.  After the Goosebumps were dry I added the the color.  I had a couple of tries and fails on stamping the letters from Ann Butler so I ended up stamping them in Staz-On Jet Black on acetate. 

Using Fabric  adhesive from Beacon I attached the ATCs to the canvas.  I did stamp the other word images in Staz-on and cut them close to layer later.

I started adding other elements including the flourish and glitter.  I also used a lot of Goosebumps to adhere the embellishments, which then gave me the idea of finishing the project with ETI!  

I placed the other words stamped in the places I wanted.  I chose the words "Imagine/Dream/Create as this was a hog with Companies containing these words!  When they are combined they make ART!

Here is the finished project.  
Thanks for letting me share today and everything is better coated with RESIN!

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