Monday 10 June 2019

CREATE using new Andy Skinner products - Nature Journal panel

A fairly quick panel for my Nature Journal.

Process steps
On mixed media card stamp distressed wallpaper as a panel using cobalt ink.
Dip, drip, dribble, splatter and dry sap green and cerulean blue watery paints drying between each layer.

Stamp texture using the enigma stamp with olive and watering can.
Stencil the word CREATE with cobalt and coffee inks.

Acrylic watercolour a couple of leaf stems and one bloom from the wildflower stems, distress the edges.

Assemble the panel adding a little piece of torn brown paper with distressed edges and the enigma stamped on it.

Mount it on kraft card and blue coredinations paper.
I added it to my nature journal.


Andy Skinner stamps - distressed wallpaper, enigma
Andy Skinner stencils - inspire
Andy Skinner Quick Grab Glue
DecoArt media fluid acrylic paints - sap green, cerulean blue, prussian blue hue, phthalo turquoise, carbon black. yellow oxide
Ranger Archival Inks - cobalt, olive, watering can, cfee
Distress inks - faded jean, ground espresso
Tim Holtz dies - wildflower stems


Gina said...

Stunning panel! ...and it looks amazing in the Kraft journal :D XXX

Annie said...

A beautiful panel for your journal Brenda xx
Love the background and the colours go together so well x
TFS and hugs
Annie x

Patty O'Malley said...

Beautiful panel, Brenda!

Jane said...

A beautiful panel Brenda, perfect for your journal. Thank goodness we weren't at Wisley has rained heavily ALL day long! Have a creative week, hugs xxx

Meggymay said...

It is a gorgeous panel Brenda, love the colour combination.
Yvonne xx

Lisa said...

This is so gorgeous, Brenda!! The colors are so beautiful!! I love the wildflower stems!! Amazing as always!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

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pearshapedcrafting said...

Wow Brenda! This is so beautiful - glad I could drop by albeit brief! Hugs, Chrisx

A Pink said...

This is gorgeous, Brenda . Terrific layers of stamping , stenciling and embellishment and I always love all your Dips, drips, dribbles and splatters .
Amanda x

Words and Pictures said...

Such pretty gentle blues and greens - who cares if it was quick? It's no less lovely for that - in fact maybe lovelier!
Alison x

Lucy said...

Wow! That is amazing. I love all the textures and depth.