Monday, November 16, 2015

Many faces altered art piece

Hello my dear crafty friends! Today I am going to share a small tutorial made with Rubber Dance stamps, Earth Safe Finishes paints , Clearsnap inks and Makin's Clay molded images. This is not a really blog tutorial project, but then I had all those photos and decided to make a small tutorial for the Rubber Dance blog.

Step by step tutorial:

1.I had this old and brown painted three circles wooden frame and I just hated the color.
So the first thing to do was to paint it  with a thick layer of ESF Rock Candy Chalk it up paint. The wooden piece  had a texture made with texture paste and stencil, so it is seen after the painting again.

2. I stamped two Rubber Dance face stamps into the dry painted  surface, inside the circles with Clearsnap Crafters pigmented Night ink and then  heat embossed it with clear embossing  powder.

3. Some Makin's Clay faces were molded inside the very old (don't even know the company name ) silicone mold using white clay. When dry I covered them with a layer of golden paint and then added some gold leafing over one of the faces.

4. And this is already the finished project:
The edges were painted a bit with gold paint . The gold faces were glued inside over the stamped ones. Now the texture made before step 1 with stencil is  well seen and  the whole piece is a nice easy to make altered project.

Thank you for stopping by!
- Irit


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