14 January 2013

Layers...

Hello!
My first post as a DT member of ASOI! I'm so exited! I can't find words...specially in English...I hope you will forgive me.

Today I have for you three small collage pages. I worked with layers which is a great fun! You should try this! I will start with the first one. Here is it...

I used a piece of thick envelope as a base. For the background I used gesso in a few places than I sprayed the envelope with Dylusions Ink Sprays – Postbox Red and Turquoise. Because envelope is brown and very quickly absorbing water, sprays changed colours. My next step was to add some pieces of masking tape, newspaper and a lovely Glitz Design Yours Truly Chevron paper.
Also I added a piece of bandage using stapler. Once again I sprayed my project and painted it with a white paint.

Now you can see difference between the background colours and colours in paper made by Dylusions Ink Sprays.

After few minutes when sprays and the paint were dry I used one of my favourite Stampotique stamp - Honeycomb and than I added a few drops of Dr.Ph.Martin's Bombay IndiaInk – Orange and Ranger Glossy Accents.

The last thing was to add an elephant from a beautiful Glitz Design Yours Truly Polka paper and add some doodles. I drew a line around the elephant because I wanted him to be exposed. Ufff, I think it's everything about this page. I hope you are not asleep yet ;)

Now I would like to show you two more pages. It will be shorter this time, I promise. Here they are...


I was working in the same way. I built some layers using masking tape, gesso, Dylusions Spray Ink – Postbox Red, white paint and papers. I also used a tag which I had painted some time ago. I always can find something interesting in my drawers ;) I couldn't resist orange ink and felt urged to add my lovely Dr.Ph.Martin's Bombay India Ink – I love it!

The last thing was to add some drawings. I coloured some parts of my hens head (sorry I really don't know this parts of body in English ;)) using Dylusions Ink Spray.


Of course I used a waterproof pen because I didn't want a smudgy hen!

See you next Monday! :)
Magda

9 comments:

Gez said...

Beautiful pages Magda. Those papers are truly gorgeous xx

Paula Whittaker said...

inspirational work.....loving your style.

Trish Latimer said...

I so love this messy painty inky layered style...gorgeous!! xxx

Becky said...

Wow, truly gorgeous. That little elephant is so cute! Becky x

inkypinkycraft said...

Great pages! Trace. X

biskit said...

I love it! Thanks so much for creating something so gorgeous Magda!

butterfly said...

Wonderful artwork... these pieces have such spontaneity and joy in them - gorgeous!
Alison x

Jennie Atkinson said...

Fantastic pages and thanks for sharing all the different layers.

Arnlaug said...

Wow, these are so great! Love all the layers:-)