Hey, everyone, I’m finally getting around to sharing some projects I created for Dina Wakley to display in the Ranger and Stampers Anonymous booths during CHA (which was called Creativation this year). I am always honored when Dina asks me to help make samples, and I love getting all painty and playing with her products!
I started off creating a couple cards.
For this card, I created a background with a mix of Dina Wakley paints, spritzed some water to help them blend. Once dry I stamped one of the images from her new Sketch Layered Fronds stamp set. I used the Black Soot Archival Ink.
I stamped one of the faces from the new Words in Faces stamp set on a piece of cardstock that already had a painty background. I used Dina’s new Scribble Sticks to add color to her hair, cheeks, lips and eyes.
I used a piece of Printed Media Tape to adhere the layer to the card. For the sentiment, I used one of Tim Holtz’s small talk sticker where I scribbled some yellow scribble stick over it. You can see it displayed in the booth below 🙂
For the second card, I created a mixed media background using the Fractured Circles Stencil and Organic Scribbles Stamp Set (which of course I stamped in Night Heavy Body Paint)
I then stamped one of the faces from Sketched Faces Stamp Set, in Night paint as well. I added some color to the face with the Scribble Sticks. The sentiment “you are my favorite” is from the Boxed Faces Stamp Set. Lastly, I finished off the edges of the card with a little bit of gold foil using the Foil Transfer Sheets and Collage Glue Stick
The last project I will share with you today is a canvas board I created. This piece of art is really a mix of everything. It’s layers upon layers of paint, and stamps and stencils.
For the focal image of the project, I used the Four Woman Stencil, Texture Paste and Night Paint. I really just had a lot of fun with this project adding more and more texture. I finished it off with some splatters of Gilt Paint.
I will be back soon to share with you the pages I created in Dina Wakley’s new Media Journal!
Supplies I used are linked throughout the post. Click on the picture and you will be taken to the product. I use affiliate links when available which means if you make a purchase I get a small commission at no extra cost to you. Thank you for your support!
These are great. I really like that you used a variety of products in each instead of just 1 or 2. I always struggle with not going far enough in a project versus going too far and making a mess.