Phantom of the Opera Canvas, created for That Craft Place
Design Team Music Challenge
I started by Stamping the
music score onto some existing script paper and then applied to the paper mache
mask in stripes with wet glue
Coloured the mask with
distress inks, Old paper, walnut stain and Black Soot
Cut the filigree scroll detail and used Stampendous embossing
enamels added Tim Holtz mini gears and gems
Then arranged the layout
with more die cuts to be enamelled and Creative Expressions Keys and Tim Holtz
Applied more music score and
torn paper 9’’ x 12’’ Canvas, and then used black Gesso, black acrylic and
yellow iron oxide wash
Added Moulding paste though a
Prima Stencil and dry brushed with black acrylic and then applied Viva Inka
with a flickering candle behind the eye to add to the atmospherics!
My first post! Hello!!
I have recently discovered the Art of Journalling and I love it! It can be anything you want it
to be, no holds barred!
I love the way you can do anything you feel, whether a simple sketch or a more intricate piece, it doesn’t matter. What matters is that it means something to you and my lovely little Journal is now very precious and magical to me!
My most recent journal Page number 3, but whose counting! was inspired by the amazing Teesha Moore. I used acrylic paint background using the fabulous Paperartsy Fresco Finish Eggplant, Claret and Tinned Peas gorgeous colours and names! I used Clarity stamps Lupin and Sunburst, Prima Dolls and Studio 490 words and some graphic images.
Lots of drawing & doodling and cut them out and collaged!
It’s rather funky a bit Charlie and the Chocolate factory, Alice in Wonderland and illustrative of a Zen tangled mind!
I’d love to hear your comments, Jools x