Inspirations

Inspirations
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Wednesday, February 20, 2013

A Spring Wall Hanging!

                                                  Greetings, CIP Fans!
                            I altered a old hoop and created a fun Spring wall hanging!
        The theme is a bird soaring in the air. For the clouds I embossed the acrylic and
  used Tanzanite Creative Inspirations paint. Below I have a close up.
                For the background I used one my favorite colors Aqua Marine.
          I used chocolate CIP paint for the tree, and for the bird I used beige and
  watered some of the color down to lighten it. I wanted the bird to be a lighter color beige.
 I love that the colors are so versatile that you can add water
 to make the colors lighter and still have amazing color & shimmer! To make something darker just apply   another coat.  It is also fun to mix a couple of the colors together for a fun and unique color! 
                                  I also added the color coal CIP to the birds eye.
                      I love the vibrant colors and all the shimmer on the wall hanging!

                      Below you will see a close up of the bird and the back ground too!

 

Here is a close up of the embossed clouds using the pretty color Tanzanite!




Look at all the shimmer on the bird and background!






Did you create any Valentine projects? Do you want a chance to win some amazing Creative Inspirations paints?! You still have until Saturday 6pm EST for the Inspired by Valentine challenge! Here is the link!
Thank you for visiting the CIP blog today!
Have a wonderful day!
Michelle

6 comments:

Esther said...

Beautiful, simply beautiful!!!!!

Monica Edwards said...

Gorgeous project

Dana Tatar {datatar} said...

Awesome work Michelle! I love all the textures on this piece!

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Emily Hammann said...

Beautiful hoop!!! I love it!!

Kimberly S said...

This is so sweet Michelle, and the blue background is simply stunning! hugs, Kimberly