Today I want to share a fun project made for Crew member Wednesday this month. My fantastic friend Lauren gave me this great variety pack with sticker sheets to play with for my birthday and finally I've took them out and had a go. Please follow the link to the blogpost for more pictures and youtube video
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
Tuesday, September 18, 2018
Products from GelliArtsⓇ and Plaid Paints used for this project
Below you'll find the video and step by step pictures on how I made did project. Enjoy
When I made the gel prints I used an acrylic block together with the GelliArtsⓇ 4" circle printing plate as a stamp. I used various tools to create texture to the print.
I made prints on both sides of the fabric, so when the mobile moves there is no back or front on the circles.
When all the prints where done, I made the fabric a bit steadier with Stiff spray, then I cut every circle out.
A thin wire is what holds these circles together, beads help holding the construction steady so the circles don't move up or down on the wire.
Finished project, ready to give away or hang up in the window or in the roof.
Mobiles hanging from the roof and because it was hard to get a good picture of the vibrant colors I'm adding a detail pictures of some of the mobile elements
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Monday, September 10, 2018
Better late than never they say, no excuse, but I've totally forgot to publish my August project made for Birgit Koopsen Art Crew.It's been crazy busy with ODF and other stuff. Here is a link to the blogpost on Birgit's blog. When I made these I didn't know how accurate the sentiment where for me as it is right now. Thank you for looking
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