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2015-01-05

Time Is Precious

Flowers in January? Why not?!
That's the whole beauty of mixed media world... :)


Hello Sweeties,
An old year has just finished and a new one started. A new year that I wish you is full of joy, happiness and inspirations...
Do you have the feeling, like me, that the years seem to fly away faster and faster?
Here is a project I made about passing time...


I primed the canvas with some White Gesso before gluing several scraps of paper with Soft Matte Gel.
I continued with some stamping here and there. To add some texture, I gued strips of fibreglass fabric tape (you can find it in a hardware store) and some Clear Crackle Paste applied through a stencil.


Then, I started arranging my composition glueing all the elements - Mechanicals clock parts and paper flowers - with 3D Matte Gel.


After leaving my composition to dry overnight, I used several Lindy's Stamp Gang sprays to color the flowers and the background.


I hope you like my canvas and that you "waste your time wisely"... ;)

Materials from Mixed Media Place:


p.s. Have you seen the news...? :)

11 comments:

  1. Beautiful mixed media magic, love this piece xx

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  2. Love the warmth of this beautiful art piece! xx

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  3. Gorgeous project! The background looks fantastic!

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  4. Ooh look at all that mixed media goodness in the background - loving it! Beautiful blend of colours, lovely work!! xx

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  5. i love it, wonderful
    kiss

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  6. Oh wow I love this so much!!

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  7. Your background is to die for. LOVE LOVE LOVE!

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  8. Very beautiful. Love the colors you used. Thanks for sharing, Johanne Lacombe

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  9. Such a wonderful hit of spring - thank you for some sunshine on a grey day!
    Alison x

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  10. Stunning! A breath of spring on an extremely cold day!

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  11. Beautiful project! I love the colors!!!!

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