Cute bottle art

Hi everyone! It is Suzna and I have a mixed media bottle to share. I have altered an small cute 7up juice glass bottle…it is about 7 inches tall. This is tell you how I create texture and color for backgrounds…its basically the same way do in canvas. 

  • The first thing is to give it a coat of black Gesso…I have used Prima marketing. Heat set or let dry.
  • Next I coverd the gesso with a coat of Prima sand paste.  
  • My next step I painted thin layer of white gesso
  • Then painted with Fabrica's Gold metallic powder and Burnt umber
  • Now i added all embellishments.
  • And i used Ranger glossy accent inside the small photo frame.

Most of the things i bought it from Crafters corner online store.

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Creative mood

Hi everyone.
I have another project for you! Mixed media canvas with Prima mica powders and Dusty attic chipboards, this is something I use to experiment with different techniques and trying new coloring styles. 

Mixed media is so much fun, if you haven't tried with mica powders, I encourage you to go for it! You can't go wrong with this technique, anything goes! In fact under all that Gesso are bright colorful flowers. 

Used Dusty attic chippies

Used Prima Marketing products 
Mica powder Black cherry
Mica powder Sunny yellow
Mica powder Purple
Glass glitter Copper

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Altered Lantern

Hi everyone, i'm back again..... 
   Here is one of my new creation I finished putting together today. I found this hanging Lantern with the stand near my home at shopping mall, I bought this cute white lantern for 250/- and even though it looks great with a candle inside I knew I wanted to alter it! I love Home goods and sure wish we had one here! 

 I added a sweet little baby angel in the middle. I also added some red, pink, white and yellow shades blossoms. I also used some lace for background design 

At first I painted with white gesso (Prima), After drying i added a little Modeling paste (Prima) mixing with white sand (Prima), which made nice texture look. I liked it but it wasn't what I was looking for. So I mixed some more white gesso with mini art stones (Prima) and start coloring with mica powder (Prima Lipstick). Then I used my walnut distress ink to edges  it down a bit just in spots. And i used Lindy's gold shade spray to Lantern corner.   

As you can see I painted part of it a inka gold color, its dry brushed color and that seem to give it a patina look. 

I had so much fun altering this one, I hope you like how I did this one. 
Thanks for stopping by and ya'll have a Blessed evening! 
 Hugs, Suzna