Wednesday, 18 July 2018

Trinket box

Hello crafty friends,

Very happy Wednesday to all of u.Hope you all are busy with your new creations.

I am Sabiha khan, back with some inspirations for you all.

Today I made a trinket box, using Chalk paints, decoupage paper, sprinkle mists, stencil, deco stones and chipboards from Expressions craft.

All the names and products used are listed below...

Lets have a look at my project  first....













I would love to show  you how I made this box in this short tutorial..



A short video of my finished box with all the products used in the project. 

Step by Step - 

* Take an mdf box and remove the metal lock for easy painting and keeping the lock safe from spoiling while painting your box.

*Apply chalk paint on the lid inside and bottom of the box.

* Cover the bottom half of the box with decoupage paper using decoupage glue. Remove the excess paper using sand paper.

* Now, take a stencil and make desired pattern on top of the box using texture paste.

* Let it dry and then go on adding sprinkle mists till u get the desired colour and look on the top of the box. Don't forget to cover the sides of the lid with a masking tape to protect it from staining.

* After you are done with the lid colour remove masking tape and do some stamping on the sides of the lid. I have also applied some mist colour with brush to get the desired look.

* Finally colour all the chippies you want to decorate the box with and adhere them with gel medium.

* I also used some coloured mini deco stones and few half cut pearls for my box.



Yeh..... its done.

Brain storm your imagination and come up with some beautiful creations and participate in our ongoing challenge for the month of JULY "stencil it" HERE


Guys hope u enjoyed my todays post........see you all soon.

Product list.

Decoupage paper - FLORAL MIX



SPRINKLE MISTS

FUCHSIA PINK





DARK PURPLE



CITRUS YELLOW


DECO STONES mini




CHIPBOARD EMBELLISHMENTS







STENCIL



SUNFLOWER


Good bye...
Love


Tuesday, 17 July 2018

Mixed Media Tags using Sprinkle Mist and Deco Stones


Hello Crafters!

We have our GDT Heena here from bloomingpaperbuds.com with photo tutorial of making a mixed media tag.

Over to her

Hi everyone, I am back again with a new project. Today I have two Mixed media tags to share that I created using the Sprinkle Mists and Deco stones from immix and I will also show you show to do the background. 


So let's start with Today's post...
Here I have Two 3 1/2 '' by 6'' large tags, I started off by adding some modelling paste using the stencil Orbs all around.
Next, I adhered some clay embellishments and chipboard elements from the Designer Scallap Oval and Designer Square Frame set.
Then I added some Deco stones in size medium and covered the chipboard elements with white gesso. I just love using art stones in my projects, it just adds a little extra something to your projects and looks really pretty when colored.
Next, I colored the base using the sprinkle mists in shades dark purple, forest green and citrus yellow. I always prefer using a paint brush to color because that way I can control the amount of color I'm adding to my project.
Next, I just arranged some handmade flowers and some fussy cutouts. I also added more purple color to my flowers and to the highlighting areas and also used some sequins and microbeads to add more details.
   
 

I hope you liked my creation, Thank you for stopping by!
Heena xo

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