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Happy Saturday Y’all!
Today I’m bringing a fun mixed media project so break out all the things!
I started off with an unfinished wooden pumpkin ornament and I applied a coat of Haute Mess white gesso. Then I applied Molding Paste through a stencil and allowed it to dry before applying a series of color washes in two amazing Haute Mess pink colors, “Couture Pink” and “Sweet Candy Kisses”.
I couldn’t leave good enough alone so I flicked a bit of diluted torrid to the still wet paint and allowed it to bleed into the design. Next I applied Haute Mess glass bead gel and then rubbed on some gold metallic.
Once all the paints were dry I glued all my awesome emblishements on and added some glitters with some Haute Mess Matte Gel Medium.
It sounds like a lot but it really was a quick, fun project!
I hope you are inspired to make something beautiful today!
Happy Monday girlies!!
So I have been patiently waiting to use this beautiful transparency page in my Haute Mess Cobble Stone Lane Journal and today is the day y’all!! I hope you are loving it as much as I am! I made you a little video to walk you through the process but first take a peek at the pics.
I used lots of cut out layers from old books and some tulle scraps as well as one of my favorite new A Vintage Girl stamps to stamp the corset.
This page is also heavy on texture with lots of molding paste, glass bead gel and glitter!
Now y’all hop on over to the link below and catch that process video for more details!
And thanks for stopping by today! Now go make something beautiful!
Bad Girls Couture Supplies Used:
Haute Mess Cobble Stone Lane Journal
Matte Gel Medium
Glass Bead Gel
Couture Pink Acrylic Paint
Torrid Acrylic Paint
Happy Friday girlies!!
Today I’m mixing things up with some vintage sheet music, a tag, some string and fun embellishments. And of coarse the yummy Haute Mess mediums and acrylic paints.
I started out by using the Matte Gel to apply the sheet music on to my Cobble Stone Lane Haute Mess Journal. Then I smeared on some gold crackle medium I had in my art stash and allowed it to dry well. As that was drying I moved on to my tag.
For the tag I wrapped some twine around the tag and then smeared it with a generous amount of molding paste and allowed it to dry well. You can use a heat tool to speed the drying process up a bit. Once dried I applied some watered down acrylic “Dive Bar” paint.
I then applied the tag as well as my other embellishments on to the page. I painted the ribbon flower with the same watered down “Dive Bar” paint and then painted the center stone with “Drop Dead Gorgeous” as well as doing some dry brushing along the edges of the flower.
I added some Haute Mess Glass Bead Gel and allowed to dry to various places on the page. Next I applied some watered down “Drop Dead Gorgeous” just under the embellishments and added some paint splatters of watered down “Torrid” and “Million Dollar Baby“.
I finished it off with a Tim Holtz paper doll die cut, some title stickers and a metallic gold rub.
Thanks for stoping by today! Now y’all go make something beautiful this weekend!
Happy Tuesday girls!! Ready to get junqie?! So today I’m in my Haute Mess Cobblestone Lane mixed media journal showing you some more ways to incorporate found junk in your journal and make it part of your art work!
For this page, I used some paper packing mesh as well as some old silk flowers I had hanging around. I’m telling you…you can throw just about anything that will fit on a page, cover it in molding paste and texture and it’s beautiful! Art journaling is so much fun when you just look around and this about the possibilities around you!
I’ve made a process video to show you how this page came together but long story short, I just slathered on a bunch of Haute Mess Molding paste under and over that paper packing mesh and used that as my starting point then added the flowers in the same way.
I waited for it to dry then white washed it a bit with “Fallen Angel” Haute Mess Acrylic and once that dried I gave the whole page a coat of Haute Mess clear gesso to prepare if for some color.
For the color I dabbed on some “Make it Rain” Haute Mess Acrylic paint and blended it well with some water.
I applied glass bead gel for texture and added some metallic touches with a rub of gold acrylic. Then I added some Matte Gel to the areas where I wanted to apply the glitter to, sprinkled the glitter and pressed it in well.
I finished the whole thing off with my photo, butterfly embellishments and title stickers.
Click HERE for the complete process video and more details on this page!
It really was a fun page. The Molding paste & glass bead gel are my favorite products so I always have a ball and love the results when I use them on a page or project! I hope this encourages you to go find some junk and make it into some fabulous art today!
Good morning everyone! We are halfway through the week. The weekend will be here before we know it. Today I have a fun art journal spread that I created using stencils, molding paste, acrylic paints and glass beads! Halloween is around the corner and I have yet to scrapbook Edward’s Halloween photos from last year!
Love the colors and textures on this layout. Such a fun piece! I embellished this spread using vellum die cuts and tags from Pretty Little Studio. The acrylics are from Bramble Fox. Both companies are small businesses owned by women. I enjoy supporting small business whenever I can!
To begin, I coated the stitched chipboard page using the Bad & Tatted acrylic paint. Once the paint was dry, I added splashes of the Last Sin and Sweet Candy Kisses. Then I mixed a dab of the Drama Queen acrylic paint with some molding paint to create the flowers in the background using a stencil.
I covered the vellum leaves using the gel beads. Once the beads were completely dry, I coated the beads using Colorations Sprays.
I coated the raven using the gel beads to give it some texture. Then I glued the epoxy heart to the center.
I hope you were inspired today! Thanks for visiting today!
In the video you can see the whole process of creating this page:
I used different scraps of paper, frames, flower and butterfly, which remained after the creation of other projects! I do not throw anything away and love to use such sets for new works!
Used this palette:
I have made with the incredible products by Bad Girls Couture.
Well that is all from me today. I do hope that you have enjoyed my project .
Stay tuned for more wonderful inspiration from the design team tomorrow.
Until next time take care and happy crafting.
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Hello all, Donna here with a new project to share using some Bad Girls Couture products.
I made a simple card for my post today that I hope will inspire you.
The first thing I did was run a piece of plain cardstock through a die cutting machine to create a textured background. Then I used X-rated, Couture Pink, Kiss & Don’t Tell, Sweet Candy Kisses and Hippie in High Heels acrylic paints to add colors.
After the paints dried, I spread a thin layer of Gladd Bead Gel
Then I decorated with some Truly Grateful from Pink Paislee by Paige Evans goodies and some wash strips from Jane Davenport. I also dabbed a few Nuvo Jewel Drops for the finishing touch.
Thanks for dropping by and hope to see you in my next post.
Ok, Ok, so this isn’t a real repurpose…but I had an idea and I rolled with it so bear with me! LOL!
This page is done with Tim Holtz photos and paper dolls but it could totally be done with repurposed old photos! So there is my repurpose! See…I redeemed myself! LOL! Anyway, let me fill you in on my thought process behind this page and how I made it happen.
I’ve had a lot on my mind lately and with the balance of life and juggling different hats so when I came across this phrase “lucky is a state of mind” I had the perfect idea for it. I decided what if I showed my state of mind and what’s on it. What if I could hedge back my little head and show you all that things bouncing around in it.
I started by diluting some “hippie in high heals” Haute Mess acrylic paint and making an abstract poof like shape on the black page of Cobble Stone Lane journal. While it was still some what wet I added some “make it rain” acrylic paint and continued to dab it with water to blend it a bit. Then I blended in a bit of diluted “Torrid” acrylic paint just at the lower left corner of the poof and made some shading.
As it dried I added some Haute Mess glass bead gel to random areas then dripped some Haute Mess “naked” acrylic paint in as well as a bit of gold metallic from my stash. Next I took a plastic gift card and dipped it in a bit of “bad and tatted” acrylic paint and sort of stamped it at different angles to form the design in the corner. Finally, I rubbed the raised glass bead areas with the same metallic gold I used earlier.
Lastly, I applied all my Tim Holtz photos and paper dolls (using pop dots) around the title sticker.
I hope this inspires you to get your paints out and get creative with some old (or reproduction) photos!
Happy Monday y’all!! I hope you are inspired today to create something beautiful! I was inspired this week to create by this amazing sheet music page in my Haute Mess Cobblestone Lane Journal.
For this page I went to my scrap box and grabbed a few things to use that I thought would add interesting texture and layers and convey the feeling I was looking for.
My jumping off piece was this beautiful bird illustration and I just really went from there, gathering scraps of tissue paper and mesh that I liked.
I applied them down with some Haute Mess clear gesso and then secured the mesh down with some Haute Mess molding paste. The background of the page also got a bit of a dry brushing of the “Naked” Haute Mess acrylic paint. I added some extra texture and interest with some Haute Mess glass bead gel in some places and then gave the whole thing a light metallic rub.
The finishing touch was a sweet little die cut butterfly by Tim Holtz.
For a step by step instruction and more close up pictures, check out the link below
Thanks for stoping by today!!