22 March, 2014

A Lot Of Coloring Fun.

I wanted to share a project that I did last week using an image from a New To Me Artist, Mitzi Sato-Wiuff of  Aurora Wings. I discovered her through a friends post on Facebook and I love her images.
This one is called Girl With Pansy and you can find it in her Etsy Shop, HERE. She has a lot of wonderful Images that I just can't wait to color up.
For this piece I printed the image on some Watercolor Canvas (Wall Mart) that I had hiding on a shelf and when it came out of the printer I sprinkled embossing powder on the still wet ink and heat set it. I knew it would run and bleed if I didn't and the only thing to remember is to have everything ready to go as it comes out. I have been known to start sprinkling on the embossing powder while it is still printing.  I think I will put this in a frame when I find the right one.
 The sun rays are done using a stencil from Memory Box and I used DreamWeaver: Pearlescent Embossing Paste for the texture. I then colored the edges with Copics. The background is watercolor and then the rest of the coloring is done with Copics. I just love my Copics.
 The circles are covered wit Goosebumps, The butterfly with Stickles and the pansies have a bit of Glitter Mod Podge.
 The rhinestone flourish is Zva Creative. The other embellishments come from all over.
I hope you all have a good weekend and come back soon for some more fun images. Do go check out the Aurora Wings Blog and or the Facebook Page.


Aletha J. Williams said...

This is gorgeous work! Love your blog too.

sandra carey said...

Gorgeous Work Thank you so much for joining in on our firt challenge at Aurora Wings Hope to see you again next month Good luck Sandra DT xx

DonnaMundinger said...

What an AMAZING mixed media creation, Melissa! Absolutley stunning details and gorgeous texture and colors. I ADORE this! Thanks so much for joining our first challenge at Aurora Wings. xxD

applejack cards by sue said...

Love your project.. I am new to these images as well... they really are gorgeous. Thank you for explaining how you have made this keepsake, I think I may give it a try.