10 April 2015

TUTORIAL. Collage "A lovely girl".

Hi averyone!
Today I want to share with you my resycled collage, made with some different materials :) I have used a broken wood box, color papers, a picture of a model from a magazin and the other mixed media products.

I have at home a desktop with  two broken drawers table. So, the other day, making the cleaning I decided to throw them away but at last moment I thought: "Hey, I could use these boards for some of my mixed media projects," So, they were saved until their "final judgement" :)) Here is the result of using of one of them as the basis for this collage.

First of all, I glued some papers with Finnabair Art Basics: Clear Gesso above the table (size 25 x 40 cm). These papers were half broken and crumpled, ready as well to throw them away :))) I also put below a white embossed paper from a chocolate box :) 
Then I painted over with Prima Chalkboard Paint - Plum  and glued the paper with a few sentences and a circles wich were cut with the Cameo. I think these leftover papers are interesting to reuse them in other works as templates and chipboards for example.

The next step was to apply  Finnabair Art Basics: 3D Matte Gel, transparent using Dylusions 5x8 Stencil: Blocks and then I covered some parts with Finnabair Art Basics: Black Heavy Gesso.

Finally,  it was time to use my favorites Prima Color Bloom Sprays, make a little flower composition like a hat on the model´s head and add some details using Finnabair Art Ingredients Glass Glitter - Gold Rush,  Finnabair Art Extravegance Glitter Set Ebony & Ivory and gold paint. All products you can find in the store of  A Sprinkle Of Imagination here. Some freehand stamps were very appropriate too.


I leave you some more pictures with the details. Enjoy them:)





That is all at the moment :)) I hove it was useful and inspiring for you.

See you later and have a lovely day :))

Much hugs and kissis.
xxx



7 comments:

June Macfarlane said...

Stunning and lovely tutorial too. Thanks for sharing x

Craftyfield said...

I am all for recycling, brilliant way of using these old things! Great use of the Prima supplies too.

Tracy Carrig said...

The tissue paper behind the circles and letters of the die-cut paper is awesome!

Corrie Herriman said...

Fabulous !!!

Honorata Chorazy-Przybysz said...

I love the texture and vibrant colours!

Corrie Herriman said...

Fab !
Corrie x

Corine said...

Wow, this wonderful !