Hello Crafty Friends!
Tanvi here with you today.
I am having a lot of fun using the new Filament Decoupage Papers & hoping you are inspired by the DT creations with them. Available in 21 designs, these stretchy 60gsm papers are a boon to decoupage lovers. Today I am sharing a mixed media panel in which I chose to use the beautiful Buddha print.
Here is a brief pictorial of the process –Tear off the edges of the entire paper & decoupage on the MDF panel with Deco Magic glue. The filament papers are made from the finest quality translucent fibres & there is need no preparation before glueing.
2.. For the halo I used a large 14″x14″ Glamour Bloom stencil & mixed media paste. mixed media paste
3.. Next, I created the background with chalk paints – Deep Sea Blue, Lime Mint & Kiwi Mojito.
4. Added some more textures & patterns in the background with Mandala Duo & Palm Flourish stencils.
Used tinted metallic paint – Lime Crush, Twilight Blue & Caribbean Teal.
5. To highlight the halo texture, I first dry brushed with the same metallic paints & Rich Gold metallic wax paste.
6. To complete the project I also splattered paint in the background & finally dried brushed with tinted metallic paint – Golden Glaze.
I am loving the final look of the mixed media panel & the perfect coordination between the colours in the filament paper, the chalk paints and the tinted metallic paints. Would love to hear from you!
Remember to participate in the ongoing challenge. Kindly go through the guidelines in the post here – ANYTHING GOES WITH FILAMENT PAPERS.
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