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Monday, July 20, 2015

Love Summer Art - Journal Page Kissing Fish


Welcome back for the last day of #LoveSummerArt.  What a fun weekend, with TONS of inspiration.  I have had so much fun getting to know so many new artists!   The event runs from July 17 - 20th.   But the content will forever be there on YouTube.  To access it all you have to do is type #LoveSummerArt  in your YouTube search bar. 




This is a super fun way for you to discover new artists on YouTube, and be inspired by their work. All genres of art are participating - Exciting Right!     

Today, I have a process video showing you how I created this amazing Ocean scene in my art journal.   



Here is a glimpse at the background before I added all the layers. 


To create this look I started by adding Gesso to the background.  Then with a baby wipe, I added a dark blue acrylic paint at the bottom, then filled in with the lighter blue.   The background was very blotchy, but that was the look I needed.   When you look through the turquoise colors of the ocean, the landscape of the ocean floor is always looks blotchy.    To give a bit of a green tone to the entire thing, I lightly spritzed it with Lindy's Stamp Gang Shabby Tuxline Teal, and Tiffany's Blue.  The shimmer in the sprays give the background sparkle like wet water, and the greens in the sprays offer the perfect underwater effect. 


For the background areas of my coral,  I used a dry sea sponge to pick up various colors of warm toned acrylic paint rotating the sponge to give different effects.  You can see the technique in the video tutorial. 


Look at my adorable "Doodle Fish".  Isn't he just divine?  I started by sketching a fish outline shape on a piece of  cardstock.  Then doodled some lines and dots until he looked like a fish.  I used Elmer's Paint Pens in Red, Blue, White, and black to create the doodles on the fish. 


For the coral,  I used black cardstock as my base.  This offers the depth  and shadows of my coral. Then using the same sponge techniques, I added various colors to give the scene interest. 

I also included the Die-namites Leafy Branch die to create a different texture in my coral.  I used my Pink Paislee Nantucket Stamp Set to stamp out the starfish and shells.  Then for added sparkle I scattered some Gold Mica Flakes around the bottom. 





 I  think this is one of my favorite pieces I've ever done.    This could easily be redone on a canvas.  Now that I know "how" to make it look right.   On a canvas I could add real shells and coral pieces too.   Stay tuned - that just might happen (LOL).

Thank you so much for hanging out with me this past weekend.  This venture was super fun!

Don't forget August 3 at 8:30 p.m. is our next Ustream class.   

Tonya

Supplies:
  • Daler Rowney Acrylic Paints - Scarlet, Deep Yellow, Medium Yellow, Violet, Light Blue, Dark Blue, Light Green
  • Lindy's Stamp Gang - Starburst Sprays - Shabby Tuxline Teal
  • Lindy's Stamp Gang - starburst Sprays - Tiffany's Blue
  • Lindy's Stamp Gang - Starburst Sprays - Cocklebells Coral
  • Lindy's Stamp Gang - Starburst Sprays - Glory Of The Seas Gold
  • Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® - Stamper's Big Brush Artist Pens - Green Gold #268  (starfish stamp) 
  • Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® - Stamper's Big Brush Artist Pens - Medium Flesh #131 (shell stamp)
  • Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® - Gesso
  • Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® - Gel Medium
  • Elmer's - Opaque Paint Pens - White, Red, Black, and Blue
  • EK Success - Zig Writer - Pure Blue
  • Prima Marketing - Finnabair Art Ingredients - Mica Flakes - Gold Leaf
  • The Natural - Faux Artist Sea Sponge
  • Die-namites - Leafy Branch Die 
  • Pink Paislee -  Nantucket Stamp Set
  • Strathmore Mixed Media Journal
  • White Cardstock - 110lb
  • Black Cardstock - 80lb
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Sunday, July 19, 2015

Love Summer Art - Flip Flop Card

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Hey bloggers - welcome to day 3 of the #LoveSummerArt collaborative project with YouTube Artists around the WORLD!  The event runs from July 17 - 20th.  To find these artist,  just type #LoveSummerArt  in your YouTube search bar. 




This is a super fun way for you to discover new artists on YouTube, and be inspired by their work. All genres of art are participating - Exciting Right!     

Today I would like to share with you a mixed media card. This design is super simple, and could easily be duplicated to create a colorful set of cards for a gift.  



Doesn't this ocean remind you of summer and walking the beach in Flip Flops?  I used mediums from Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® to achieve this look.  I'll show you how in the video tutorial below.



This is also a great way to use those Gelli Arts®  Gelli Prints® that we have been doing the last few months in our Ustream classes.  I used one for die-cutting out the Fancy Flip Flops Die from Die-Versions.Isn't it just adorable as the center piece for my card?

 
 I typed the sentiment in a word processor and cut it into a fish tail banner.  The fonts that were used were:  KG Only Human Reg  (Life is better in ) & SA Cinta Normal (Flip Flops).   

Here is a quick process video showing how I created the card.



Don't forget to head over to YouTube and see what other artists are doing with #LoveSummerArt.    Check back tomorrow I will have a Mixed Media Canvas to share.

Thanks,
Tonya Gibbs

Save The Date:  Our next Ustream is scheduled for August 3, 2015 at 8:30 p.m. EST 

Supplies:
  • Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft®  -  Glass Bead Glitter Gel
  • Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft®  - Whipped Spackle
  • Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft®  - Gelatos® - Snow Cone
  • Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft®  - Gelatos® - Aqua Dolce
  • Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft®  - Gelatos® - Butterscotch
  • Scrap of Background Paper from Mono Printing
  • Lindy's Stamp Gang - Glitz Spritz - Blazing Sun
  • Sequins
  • Prima - Daisy flowers
  • Rhinestones
  • Manila Cardstock
  • Bazzill Canvas Texture Cardstock - Peacock
  • Die-Versions Dies - Flowering Flip Flops
  • We R Memory Keepers - Crop-A-Dile Corner Chomper
  • Fonts: KG Only Human Reg & SA Cinta Normal
  • Silhouette Pick Me Up Tool


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Saturday, July 18, 2015

Love Summer Art - Layout Splish Splash

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Hey bloggers - welcome to day 2 of the #LoveSummerArt collaborative project with YouTube Artists around the WORLD!  The event runs from July 17 - 20th.  To find these artist,  just type #LoveSummerArt  in your YouTube search bar. 




This is a super fun way for you to discover new artists on YouTube, and be inspired by their work. All genres of art are participating - Exciting Right!     

Today  I wanted to share with you a layout that I created from some of the Prints we pulled in the July Ustream.   Remember these...  If you missed the ustream, it is linked up in the right bar. 




I decided to create a layout and use these guys as my frame around my photo, and as part of my ephemera in my embellishment clusters. 




I have shared many times in the past few months, I'm falling in love with hand lettering.  I love the look of the painted imperfect title that I did with watercolors then fussy cut around the.  Isn't this just a fun way to add a title to this wonderfully splashy layout?  


I also tucked in several of the die-cuts that I've been using to pull prints with in the last few months. Their interesting patterns keep my layout looking fresh, and unique. 


I used Faber-Castell Design Memory Crafts® Glaze Medium, Prima's Bubble stencil and little Lindy's Stamp Gang Magicals to create the splashed background.  I love customizing my layouts this way. 

To see how I did this, I've prepared a process video


Thank you for stopping in today.  I hope I have inspired you to create a fun summer layout.  Don't forget to check back tomorrow. I have a Mixed Media card for you.  

Also don't forget to check out the #LoveSummerArt  over on YouTube.  I've been inspired by so many wonderful artists this week, and have found some new people to stalk (I mean follow).   

Have a great weekend, 

Tonya 

Save the Date -  Our next Ustream is scheduled for August 3, at 8:30 pm est. 

Supplies:
  • Lindy's Stamp Gang - Limor Webber Designs Signature Tres Chic - Magicals - Merci Beaucoup Mint
  • Lindy's Stamp Gang - Glitz Spritz - Pearlescents
  • Ranger Ink - Dyan Reaveley - Dylusions Ink Spray - Lemon Zest
  • Marvy Reminisce - Gel Pen
  • Scotch Quick Dry Adhesive
  • Score Tape
  • Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® - Gelatos® - Tangarine
  • Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® - Gelatos® - Banana
  • Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® - Gelatos® - Watermelon
  • Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® - Glaze
  • Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® - Gesso
  • Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® - Stamper's Big Brush Artist Pen - Manganese Violet #160
  • Geli Arts® Gelli Plate® 8x10.
  • Prima Marketing - Zephyr - Say It In Crystals
  • Prima Marketing - Wild Flowers Pillar Pack White
  • Prima Marketing - Finnabair - Stencil - Bubbles
  • Prima Marketing - Flower Centers - Monarch Diamond
  • Foam Adhesive
  • Artist Loft - Watercolors
  • Gold Thread
  • IndigoBlu - Limor Webber Designs - Rugged Edges Stamp
  • The Crafter's Workshop - Mini Harlequin Stencil
  • Die-Versions - Hexagons Background
  • Die-Versions - Pretty Paisley
  • Teresa Collins - Urban Market - Wood Veneer (3)
  • Studio Calico - Wood Veneer - Camera
  • Rhinestone  (Center of Camera)

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Friday, July 17, 2015

Love Summer Art - Wander Tag

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Hey bloggers - welcome to day 1 of the #LoveSummerArt collaborative project with YouTube Artists around the WORLD!  The event runs from July 17 - 20th.  To find these artist,  just type #LoveSummerArt  in your YouTube search bar.  
 
 

This is a super fun way for you to discover new artists on YouTube, and be inspired by their work. All genres of art are participating - Exciting Right!     I've already met some super talented artists, just in the planning stage.   


Today, I'm sharing with you a Mixed Media Tag that I've created using up some of those pesky  scraps and "one hit wonders" that I have laying around on my desk. My tag base is a pair of my husband's old jeans  - trust me - they have never looked this pretty, EVER! 

My project was actually inspired by the Wander Philosophy Tags from Tim Holtz.  In the Summer you should always "Wander" or "travel" and explore. What better to illustrate this philosophy than a Dragon Fly - Right?  Here in Florida, we have these black dragon flies that have this beautiful teal iridescent colors, but at first glance they look black. I wanted to duplicate this effect on my tag.  I used Lindy's Stamp Gang, Vellum and an IndigoBlu Dragonfly stamp.   In the video I will show you how I created this handsome little fellow to mimic the ones in my garden!  


Here is the video showing how I created this tag from Start To Finish
 



Thanks for stopping in today! Don't forget to check back tomorrow, where I will be sharing a Layout Process video. 

Thanks,
Tonya Gibbs


Supplies:
  • Lindy's Stamp Gang - Limor Webber Designs Signature Tres Chic - Flat Fabio - Chateau Rose
  • Lindy's Stamp Gang - Limor Webber Designs Signature Industrial Chic - Starburst Stains - Rusty Lantern Lime
  • Lindy's Stamp Gang - Limor Webber Designs Signature Industrial Chic - Starburst Stains - Time Travel Teal
  • Lindy's Stamp Gang - Glitz Spritz - Blazing Sun
  • IndigoBlu - Dragonfly Dinkie - Stamp
  • Sizzix - Originals Die - Frame Zig Zag
  • Sizzix - Tim Holtz - Alterations - Heart Wings
  • Sizzix - Tim Holtz Alterations - Tag and Bookplate Die
  • Tim Holtz - Stamper's Anonymous - Stencil Flourish
  • Tim Holtz - Idea-o-logy - Philosophy Tokens
  • Prima Marketing - Misc. Flowers
  • Prima Marketing - Finnabair - Glass Glitter Sterling
  • Prima Marketing - Finnabair - Textural Accents - White Crackle
  • Denim
  • Heavy Chipboard
  • Golden - Gel Medium
  • Liquitex - Clear Gesso
  • Versa Watermark Ink Stamp Pad
  • Ranger Ink - Glossy Accents
  • Ranger Ink - Super Fine Embossing Powder  Black
  • We Are Memory Keepers - Crop-a-dile
  • We Are Memory Keepers - Large White Eyelets
  • Sheer Ribbon
  • Vellum
  • Lace Applique
  • Corrugated Recycled packaging
  • Cheese Cloth
  • Die-Versions - Hexagons Background

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Tuesday, July 7, 2015

July 2015 Ustream Re-Cap

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WOW - what a fun class. I know I keep saying that, but we had a full house with lots of new faces tonight.  So it was fun meeting you, and I hope you had a great time. Look at all these fantastic prints that we pulled tonight.  We had enough time to create 2 cards, but we pulled a dozen or so prints.











I also showed you guys how  simple it was to give some interesting color patterns to your die-cuts, while making interesting patterns for your backgrounds. 



I think this was one of my favorite prints.  I didn't have time in tonight's show to make anything with this, but check back each week this month, and I will create cards from all of these prints and the colored die-cuts from tonight's show.  



Here is the recording in case you didn't make it to the show live. 



Thank you to everyone who came to watch the show live. I had a great time tonight. I can't wait to start making cards for you this month. Don't forget to check back!  Our next Ustream will be August 3, 2015 at 8:30 p.m. EST. 

Tonya 

Supplies:

  • Gelli Arts® Gelli® Plate - 8x10
  • Gelli Arts® Gelli® Plate - 3x5
  • Cardstock - 110lb  White
  • Cardstock - 80lb Black
  • Hymnal page
  • Plaid - Apple Barrel - Bimini Blue
  • Plaid - Apple Barrel - Pink Parfait
  • Plaid - Apple Barrel - Kiwi
  • Plaid - Apple Barrel - Yellow Flame
  • Sizzix - Tim Holtz - Alterations thinlets Scribble and Splat Die
  • Die-versions - Pretty Paisley Whispers Die
  • Die-versions - Hexagons Background - Whispers Die
  • IndigoBlu - Limor Webber Designs - Rugged Edge Stamp
  • Marvy - Reminisce Black Gel Pen
  • Marvy - Reminisce White Gel Pen
  • Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® - Textural Cards
  • Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® - Stamper's Big Brush Artist Pens Purple Violet #136
  • Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® - Stamper's Big Brush Artist Pens Cold Grey I #230
  • Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® - Stamper's Big Brush Artist Pens Scarlet Red #219
  • Speed Ball Brayer
  • Glitz - Doodle Roller - Curved Chevron
  • Ranger Inc. Holographic Embossing Powder 
  • Versa Mark Embossing Pen
  • Versa Mark Embossing Pad
  • Zig - Wink of Stella Clear
  • Foam Adhesive
  • Tim Holtz - Tonic Scissors


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Monday, July 6, 2015

Ustream Reminder - Tonight July 6

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I hope you can join me live tonight on Ustream for a
free Mixed Media class using our Gelli Arts® Gelli® Plate.
 Log in early to chat!  

Class begins at 8:30 p.m. EST 

As always I will do my best to record.


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Grandparents Mixed Media Layout

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Hi everyone, today I have a super Shabby Chic layout to share with you using Die-namites Sketch & Dare Challenge for July 2015.  I'm also using lots of Prima goodness in this layout as well.



Here is a glimpse at this month's sketch. The Dare was to doodle on your project.   I chose the Large Ivy Die and the Flowering Branch die for today's layout.









I cut the large ivy die 4 times from thin chipboard. Then I glued two of the chipboard pieces together, to make a chipboard accent which is a super popular trend at the moment. This gave me two chipboard accent pieces to use on my layout. 



I then used the negative pieces from the die-cut with the Prima Textural White Crackle Paste to create a second look on my layout.  Then I used the Prima Chalk - Pastel Green to bring out the crackle in the stenciling work.  



Here is a process video showing how I created the layout.



For Details on how you can enter the challenge, please visit the Die-namites' Blog here.  You have until July 31 to link up your post, and be entered into a drawing for a $25 gift certificate to Die-namites Dies. 

Thanks for stopping in today,
Tonya

Supplies:

  • Die-Namites - Die - Large Ivy
  • Die-Namites - Die - Flowering Branch
  • Prima - Fairy Belle Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - La Spa
  • Prima - Fairy Belle Collection - 12 x 12 Double Sided Paper - La Ronde
  • Prima - Soubrette Collection - Flower Embellishments - White
  • Prima - Mini Sachet Collection - Flower Embellishments - Pearl
  • Prima - Ingvild Bolme - Chalk Fluid Edger - Pastel Green
  • Prima - Ingvild Bolme - Chalk Fluid Edger - Old Rose
  • Prima - Ingvild Bolme - Chalk Fluid Edger - Shabby Tote
  • Prima - Art Extravagance - Texture Paste - White Crackle - 8.5 Ounces
  • Prima - Tea-Thyme Collection - Trinkets - Metal Embellishments
  • Prima - Nature Garden Collection - Resist Canvas - Natural Shapes
  • Prima - Trim - Jute - Wheat
  • Prima - Finnabair - Art Ingredients - Glass Glitter - Sterling
  • Prima - Finnabair - Art Ingredients - Glass Beads - Crystal
  • Prima - Cabachon Collection - Donna Downey - Lace - Natural - 30 Yards
  • Prima - Clear Acrylic Stamps and Self Adhesive Jewels - Hex Net
  • Lindy's Stamp Gang - Glitz Spritz - Shimmer Mist - Blazing Sun
  • Lindy's Stamp Gang - Tres Chic - Flat Fabio - Chateau Rose
  • Martha Stewart Crafts - Craft Punch - Classic Butterfly
  • Advantus - Tim Holtz - Idea-ology Collection - Pen Nibs
  • Advantus - Tim Holtz - Idea-ology Collection - Loop Pins
  • Ranger Ink - Wendy Vecchi - Archival Ink Pads - Potting Soil
  • Ranger Ink - Glossy Accents
  • Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® - Gesso
  • Liquitex - Bright Irredescent Gold Ink
  • Tag - 2.5 inch
  • Sharpie - Fine point pen
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Saturday, July 4, 2015

Blessed Is the Nation Canvas

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Happy Independence Day to my fellow Americans.  Today I wanted to bring you a little canvas that I created yesterday for the Gelli Arts® Stars and Stripes Challenge.



I've prepared a step out process of how I did the background image.


Step 1:  You want to use full bodied paints for this project, because they allow you more time to work since they dry slower. Start by braying on the red. Tape off your flag with masking tape. Don't forget to tape off the star section in the upper right hand side of the plate, so that when you pull the print the stars on the left.  I'm using a 110lb white cardstock for my print, and an 8x10 Gelli Arts® Gelli® Plate.


Step 2:  Create your star background.   I started by painting a 3x5 Gelli® plate with Ultramarine Blue Paint.  Then using the Crafter's Workshop Balzer Designs Mini Punchinella stencil,  I removed paint through the stencil with a baby wipe.   The stars only cover the bottom section of the plate, so I moved the stencil up and repeated this step for the top area.  I know there are more stars here than are needed for an American Flag.  But the general concept was here, and I felt it too overwhelming to count out 50 stars,  JUST go with it!  (LOL) .  Also note: It is not necessary to use the 3x5 plate for this project. You could use any size plate that you have, and easily use the taped area as a guide from the previous step.  But I had this plate so I decided to use it.   


Step 3:   The photo above is what the plates looks like after the stars are lifted.  Using the plate like a stamp, press it into the area on the print you pulled of the stripes. 


I just love how this flag is starting to look.    It is rough - but that is really what gives it character. 



Step 4:  To help the stars really stand out, I applied a coat of Texture Paste from Prima Marketing.  This paste must dry before going to the next step.   When it is dry, the paste crackles leaving my stars looking more distressed and yummy!  

Step 5:   Sorry there is no photo for this step -  but I added a thin coat of Matte Medium  to the entire paper. NOTE: Use Matte Medium, because it is looser than Gel, and you can get a really fine coat. Allowed it to dry before going to the next step.


Step 6:  Make sure your print is dry from step 5.   Then crumple it into a loose ball. Then flatten the paper out again, to see the texture.  Clean off the 8x10 Gelli® Plate.


Step 7: This step will create a stain for our flag.  Bray on some light brown paint with yellow ocher, and Golden Acrylic Glaze. Pull another print directly onto your flag. Be sure to press firmly so that the glaze gets past the crinkles in the paper.  Sorry I forgot to get a picture, because I had to work super fast and my hands were messy.  But I promise, this will look super scary.  The entire flag will be a horrible brown color.  Allow the glaze to sit for about 30 seconds, Then using baby wipes, begin to remove the brown color.  This glaze will stick to the cracks in the stars, and around the negative areas of the stars, and along the crinkles.  JUST LOVE THE LOOK!  


Step 8: Look at how beautiful my flag looks.  I trimmed it down to an 8x10  removing the boarder around the outside. To make your stripes white again, simply apply gesso with a cosmetic sponge.   Don't worry with the red or blue, because the off color helps the red and blue areas look antiqued. 


Step 9; I prepped an 8x10 canvas with Matte Medium, then  applied my flag to the top.  Squeegee it well with your fingers, and press hard to make sure there are no air bubbles.  I also applied the Matte Medium to the top of the flag. 

Then comes the OOPS!   That little opportunity for additional embellishment! 


Step 10:  Never fear!  This actually turned out to be a blessing.    I combined the Matte Medium with some of the Ranger Tim Holtz  Distress Stain in Vintage Photo and painted it into the areas where the paper had peeled back.  NOTE: Mixing the Matte Medium with the Distress creates a varnish and  seals the distress so it doesn't run when liquid is applied. Now my flag looks as if it were painted onto wood.  Once the entire Flag was completely dry! Then take an archival or permanent ink pad in brown in and lightly rub it over the surface of the flag to further enhance the texture.  

All that is left is to embellish the flag - unfortunately I did not have time to create a process video and do the editing.  So I do not have the step outs for that process.   But if you have followed me for a long time, you will know how I did everything in the embellishment clusters, as it is techniques that I use often. 

In this video -  I will talk you through the embellishment clusters and other details about the canvas. 




Here are some close up photos of the other sections of the canvas. 



I decided to use Psalm 33:12 for my chalkboard:  "Blessed Is The Nation Whose God Is The Lord."  I used chalkboard paint to paint a piece of foam board.   Several coats were needed.  Then I sketched my design with a pencil, and traced over it with a White Gel Pen from Marvy. Allow the ink to dry, then spray with a fixative. I used Clear Acrylic Spray Paint to add a fine mist to protect my drawing. 


The Hymnal I chose was "God Save America" by William G. Ballantine  The second verse really spoke to me, and I wanted to include it.  "God Save America!  Here may all races mingle together as children of God, Founding an empire on brotherly kindness, Equal in Liberty made of one blood! "



You can really see the texture in the stars.    I used a pair of old Jeans and the Tim Holtz Jumbo Tattered Floral's Die from Sizzix to cut out flowers for my embellishment cluster.  Then of course I added my mixture of  Finnabair - Clear Beads and Glass Glitter to Glossy Gel Medium to fill in and add a little sparkle.    


Thank you so much to the men and women who serve this country in the military, and to the loved ones whom lived without them while they served for our freedom.  Your selfless acts have given us our freedoms.   

To get more details about the Gelli Arts® Challenge, please visit their Facebook wall!  Thank you for visiting. 

Now I'm signing out to go celebrate the 4th!

Tonya


SUPPLIES: 


  • Gelli Arts® - 8x10 Gelli® Plate
  • Gelli Arts® - 3x5 Gelli® Plate
  • Speedball - Brayer
  • Daler Rowney - Acrylic Full Bodied Paints - Ultramarine Blue
  • Daler Rowney - Acrylic Full Bodied Paints - Light Brown
  • Daler Rowney - Acrylic Full Bodied Paints - Yellow Ochre
  • Daler Rowney - Acrylic Full Bodied Paints - Scarlet
  • Daler Rowney - Acrylic Full Bodied Paints - White
  • Ranger Ink - Wendy Vecchi - Archival Ink - Potting Soil
  • Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Stain - Fired Brick
  • Ranger Ink - Tim Holtz - Distress Stain - Vintage Photo
  • Prima Marketing - Finnabair - Art Ingredients - Glass Glitter
  • Prima Marketing - Finnabair - Art Ingredients - Glass Beads
  • Faber-Castell Design Memory Craft® - Textural Accents - Chalkboard Paint
  • Liquitex - Surface Prep Gesso
  • Liquitex - Matt Medium
  • Liquitex - Glass Gel
  • Golden - Acrylic Glazing
  • Dusty Attic - Geometric Border
  • 7 Gypsies - Metal Corner Embellishments
  • 7 Gypsies - Metal Charms
  • Tim Holtz - Idea-ology - Gears
  • Prima Marketing - Finnabair - Art Extravagance Texture Paste White Crackle
  • GP 110lb Cardstock 8x10
  • Sizzix - Tim Holtz - Alterations -
  • Jumbo Tattered Florals
  • Sizzix - Tim Holtz - Alterations - Tattered Florals
  • Paper Studio - Gemstones
  • Red Velvet Flowers - Company Unknown
  • Applique flowers - Cut from Lace
  • Prima Markting - Finnabar - Vintage Trinkets
  • Tim Holtz - Idea-ology - Grunge Numbers
  • Marvy - Renaissance - White Gel Pen
  • Foam Board
  • Studio Calico - Wood Veneer Stars
  • The Crafter's Workshop -  6x6 Mini Punchinella
  • Wooden Tag Letters
  • Black Wire
  • Prima Marketing - Wood Veneer - Leaves
  • Jenni Bowlin - Rooster Flare




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