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Saturday, December 24, 2011

Paint, heat and have fun with chipboards

Hello, dear Creative friends! Irit is here again and this time we are going to learn how to make Creative Inspirations shiny paints bubbles. Yes, cool bubbles we can get usually with UTEE, but we don't need it if  we use our paints. But we still need a Heat gun, also this time a hear dryer can do a job too.
Here is  this technique and you will see the whole page after my tutorial

Product list:
Creative Inspirations paints: Bright Yellow, Sea Foam, Canary

White bare chipboards- clouds and sun: Tando Creative

Blue ink : Quick Quotes

Yellow ink: Ranger

White gesso

Heat gun

Step 1: Ink your white  clouds chipboards with directly to the pieces inking with any blue ink. Let it dry. Add a bit of white gesso with fingers, random spots here and there over the clouds only. Let it dry.

Step 2: Still with your fingers add some Sea Foam  paint over the clouds, cover your white paint a bit. Heat  over the wet paint with your heat gun. Let it bubble as much as you want, then let it dry. Your clouds are finished.

Step 3: Add some yellow paints randomly and with fingers over your yellow inked sun. This piece is not inked, just painted with Creative Inspirations Paints. Heat the wet paint a  lot till you see bubbles and let it dry. For the tutorial I used a circle chipboard, the sun shape is on  my finished page,still the very same technique used.

Step 4 and final: Adhere you painted shapes on your finished project, I made those shapes for this shiny and adorable page of my first and only grandson Omer.

Paints used here:

See you  in 2 weeks - this is a next year already- with another fun tutorial!
Happy New Year to all of us!


Unknown said...

Lots of fun techniques here, Irit!

Kianel said...

Cool technique Irit! TFS
Love from France, Kianel.