Monday, July 16, 2018

Coloring Gesso

Today (on the Cropstop blog) I'm sharing a fun new technique I learned for coloring over top of white gesso! It's super easy, a little messy, and lots of fun! To learn more: Visit today's post on the Cropstop Blog - there you'll find step by step instruction on creating that pretty panel on the left side of my card!

I would love to see the lovely things you make using this fun technique, so after you've finished creating - stop by the CURRENT CROPSTOP CHALLENGE and link up!! Hope to see you there!

Supplies and Tools:
Dies: Circle and Scallop Circle Nestabilities (Spellbinders), Romantic Vines (Spellbinders), 3D Flowers (Sizzix), Tattered Florals (Tim Holtz) 
Embossing Folder: Lattice (Creative Expressions)
Ink: Tumbled Glass, Mermaid Lagoon, Shaded Lilac Distress Crayons (Ranger), Mermaid Lagoon, Blueprint Sketch Distress Ink (Ranger),  Tuxedo Black Ink (Memento)
Misc. Baker's Twine, Ocean Blue Liquid Pearls, Mounting Tape
Mixed Media: White Gesso
Stamps: Praying For You (Stampin' Up), Crackle Background (Stampin' Up)
Stencils: Watercolor Stencil (Tim Holtz)

This post linked to:
Word Art Wednesday - Anything Goes
Stamploration Themed and Sketch - Stamps and Anything Goes

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