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Thursday, March 16, 2017

{Spotlight Project} Acrylic Paint Background with Cornelia



Hi, Cornelia here today, playing with my acrylic paints.


My stamp supplies:
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I cut two panels of water color paper and dropped acrylic paint on them.


For one panel I used my finger to spread the paint - I'll be reserving that background for another card.



On the second panel I used my dough scraper to spread the paint. I personally like the finger method better - it gives you a bit more control.



Let it dry and them stamped the brush stroke stamps with Versamark



heat embossed in gold (WOW embossing powder)




Added the brush and the sentiment



I colored in the brush with the same acrylic paint and added some white Sharpie accents. Also added Washi tape and a glitter enamel dot.


I hope you liked this and perhaps I inspired you to use your acrylic paints, before they dry out ;)

Remember if you try out any of the techniques from our Spotlight posts, make sure to hook your project up at our Spotlight Project Showcase gallery.

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6 comments:

  1. What fun acrylic finger painting Cornelia :-) I love your colors, stamping and embellishments. TFS Hugs..

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  2. Love the simplicity of this technique. The results look so sophisticated and more complicated than it is. Def will try this out. Thanks for the inspiration:)

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  3. You look like you had fun with this card.Gorgeous colour with the gold. Fabulous inspiration...Thank you x

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