Hello ArtFoamies fans! Aya here from the Art By Marlene DT. And I'm happy to share this video tutorial on how to create a card with Yupo paper and alcohol inks.
I Poured alcohol inks into a Yupo paper and created a fun natural design
Then I used Artfoamies circle salad to add texture into my alcohol ink background by using alcohol lift ink
Finally I die cut my background into A2 panel to fit my regular size card and added my sentiment.
Check out the step bu step video tutorial
Art by Marlene circle salad stamps | https://bit.ly/2NFNm7L
Brea Reese Alcohol inks | http://shrsl.com/1hdw2
Alcohol lift ink| http://shrsl.com/1hdw5
Yupo paper | http://shrsl.com/1hdw8
Air puffer | https://amzn.to/2SCUAdL
Isopropyl Alcohol | https://amzn.to/2UkHPG7
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Hi, it’s Josefine. I was in an experimental mood and wanted to just play a little on a smaller scale. ATCs are perfect for exactly that. At the end, I liked my experiment so much that I gave the ATCs to my husband as his birthday present.
The ATCs didn’t start out very well. But I continued and had my “oh yes, that’s it” moment. Want to know when? Check out the video:
I love how these ATCs turned out! The colors play so well with each other and even the yucky first layers add something special to the entire project.
Shimmer, texture and color – what is better than that? ;)
• RTR: Herbs
• Nathalie Kalbach: Funky
• Nathalie Kalbach: Signals
• Nathalie Kalbach: Far Out
• Golden Fluid Acrylic Color: Titan Buff, Iridescent Pearl Fine, Teal
• Ranger Distress Paint PICKED RASPBERRY
• Dr. Ph. Martin's Bombay India Ink, 1.0 oz, Aqua
• Amsterdam Acrylic Ink Primary Yellow
• Daler Rowney FW Artists Acrylic Ink: Indian Yellow, Genesis Green, process cyan
• Gel Press 3 x 5 GEL PRINTING PLATE
• Pebeo Acrylic decoMarker 1.2mm Fine Round Tip Magenta
I hope you enjoyed my little experiment and feel inspired to get creative yourself.
Hi this is Marsha Valk from Nathalie Kalbach’s Creative Squad!
Colours really are my friends. I love them all dearly, and I could never, ever pick just one favourite!
But as much as I love the entire rainbow, it doesn’t mean all my friends have to come out to play every single time. It’s OK to pick just one for a heart to heart now and then.
I invited a couple of my fabric paint colours for a playdate. I couldn’t find a light, neutral coloured apron to print on, so I got a black one instead. During a short test run on paper, Yellow saw that the black background would shine through and cancelled on me.
I mixed Teal with a bit of White fabric paint and applied it to a StampBuddy. It acts as a stamp pad: gently dab the foam stamp into the foam of the StampBuddy to get an even distribution of paint on the stamp.
Then I started stamping a pattern with the Broadway ArtFoamies stamp onto my pre-washed black 100% cotton apron. I liked what I saw!
Pink was waiting to have a go too, but once we saw the denim-like look of the Teal/White prints, we agreed not to interfere.
I covered the pocket with deli paper to prevent the paint from seeping through while I stamped around it. The plan was to make it look like the pattern continued behind the pocket. It didn’t prevent me from making the stamped design go a bit askew here.
Most fabric paints have to be fixated to make it (machine)washable. The paint I used had to dry for 30 minutes before I could fixate it by ironing the fabric with an iron on medium heat.
Thank you for stopping by! – Marsha Valk
ArtFoamies Broadway Positive and Negative Foam Stamp Set
Hi dear ArtFoamies fans!
Today I want to share with you a really fun video tutorial on how many combinations can you make with Faom-Binations!
Foam-Binations are foam stamps that have separated parts that you can assemble and create your own stamps! Just assemble the different part anyway you want to build your stamp designs.
If you're asking how many combinations can you make watch the video to find out!
* Faom-binations by Einat Kessler
* Acrylic paints
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Hi, how are you today? Josefine here and I have a super fun art journal page to share with you. What are the art supplies that you love but always forget that you have them? For me it’s Distress Oxides. That’s why I grabbed a stack of them and decided to only use Oxides for my art journal page.
While I was covering my page with the Oxides, I had a great idea how I can incorporate ArtFoamies without using the ink on them. See for yourself:
How do you like it? I’m so excited about the background and how cute the pig is.
It’s so simple yet so amazing to look at. The colors are bright and pigmented which makes Oxides a great ink for ArtFoamies. Also, ArtFoamies don’t care about the moisture from the water and it doesn’t pearl up as much as it does on red rubber or photo polymer stamps.
Now it’s your turn. Get your loved but forgotten art supplies out and just have fun.
• Marlene Meijer-van Niekerk: Circle Salad
• RTR: Pigs can Fly
• Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Ink Pad WORN LIPSTICK, BROKEN CHINA, PICKED RASPBERRY, BLUEPRINT SKETCH, SALTY OCEAN, SCATTERED STRAW, MERMAID LAGOON, SEEDLESS PRESERVES, EVERGREEN BOUGH, PEACOCK FEATHERS
• Ranger Dylusions WHITE CREATIVE DYARY BIGGER BACK CHAT STICKERS Dyan Reaveley dya65456
• Marvy Uchida LePen Technical Drawing Pens
• Ranger TEXTURE PASTE OPAQUE CRACKLE 4oz INK57505
• Dina Wakley Ranger COLLAGE PAPER Media
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