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November 30, 2018
Greetings to You! Thank you for being here.
Today’s post is about playing with stencils, paint, Posca Pens, copy paper, and deli paper, to create transparent layers that are interesting to the eye!
Use the Coral Series: Star Coral stencil on a Gelli Plate.
Place a sheet of deli paper over the stencil while it’s still on the plate.
Use your fingers to rub through the spaces in the stencil.
Lift the deli paper off the plate and let dry.
Use a Posca Paint Pen to create a focus area, like the blue circle shown here.
Use the Sacred Hearts Series: Divine stencil with acrylic paint and a stencil brush.
Remove the Divine stencil and clean it off with a baby wipe on a piece of white copy paper.
Use the Jill K. Berry-Texture Series-Rivermap stencil around the heart on the copy paper.
TIP:The stencil brush or a cosmetic wedge could be used to apply the paint through the stencil. Try to allow for a variety of color variation, meaning, some areas are darker, while other areas have a lighter application of the paint. The eye likes variety!
Use Collage Pauge –Matte to glue the deli paper on top of the copy paper.
Use a paint scraper to burnish out any air bubbles and then wipe away any glue that seeped out the edges.
Enjoy your layered artwork!
Put it in your journal, hang it on your wall, fold it into a book cover or a card! I wonder what you will choose to do!
Thank you for playing along with this transparent layers tutorial!
-Briana of OrangeSpiralArts.com
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