Monday, 12 March 2012

Vitriflore inspired flowers!

Vitrifiole/Fantasy Film inspired flowers!
An experiment that turned out really well, methinks! I'll try to do a video tutorial over the next weekend. They are basically shaped wire petals which have been dipped into some yummy WOW! melted Ultra High powders! They are slightly delicate, so I would suggest coating them with a clear glue like Glossy Accents to protect them. I want to make a whole bouquet of them now!


Also some art journal pages that I have been playing around with:

Mist Mess!
Inky and spatterful!
After watching a video of Stephanie Corfee's process in Traci Bautista's blogpost, I know I had to give it a go!

 


I had a fabulous time getting more paint on myself rather than on paper, but it didn't matter as I had a big giant grin on my face throughout! Yay! :D

Here's a picture of a wip card that I am working on, playing with my beloved Distress Stains, and "lifting" colour off the stamped image with water to get a faux bleached look!

For someone who claims to not like pink that much, I sure do it a lot :) Flowers all bling'd up with Stickles and Enamel Accents

Thanks for stopping by!

13 comments:

  1. Your flowers look gorgeous hun and loving all your journal pages x

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  2. All these projects are fantastic Tania!

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  3. Wow Tania, I love the flowers and look forward to the video, I want to play! Love your art journal pages, how big is your journal? Such an inspiring blog, thank you

    Jenny

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    1. I have quite a few journals now, Jenny! This one is larger than A4. I use my A5 size Strathmore journal a lot more now :)

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  4. Loving it all - but especially the flowers... what's a wip card?

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    1. A "work in progress". Story of my life lol

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  5. Hi Tania these flowers are just stunning, great idea! Good to meet you at the NEC, loving using my WOW powders
    Anne
    x

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    1. Thank you Anne! We'll be there in November again!

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  6. Those flowers are AMAZING... what amazing creations.

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    1. Thank you! I had fun making them :)

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  7. Oh my goodness, those flowers are stunning! I'm really looking forward to the video tutorial for these as I just HAVE to have a go at making some! :)

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