söndag 10 mars 2019


Hello and welcome,

Here the winter is back. We had a few days earlier with warmer temperatures and snow melting and I even heard the bird singing their spring song. Hope it will come back soon.

Time for a new challenge at Ally's Angels and the theme is always anything goes. As usual there is a nice prize for a lucky winner. I've made this card using products from Tim Holtz and DecoArt.

Panels are made with watercolor paper, oxide inks or fluid acrylic paints and crackle paint/glaze. A favorite to use is corrugated paper this time used as the base and also for part of the voltage die cut.

I used distress marker pine needle and tattered rose to colour the paper doll. Metal decorations from Tim Holtz with acrylic paint and distress crayons. 

To create the yellow-green panel I first used oxide inks on watercolor paper then the 3D folder foundry from Tim Holtz and more oxides. I then used Americana weathered wood crackle medium and then crackle glaze, both from DecoArt. Finished by applying one layer of black acrylic paint and rubbed off with cloth.

I've only used this die 'voltage' from Tim Holtz once before but it's already a favorite. I used crackle paint, yellow fluid acrylic paint and distress ink black soot. For the corrugated part I first used clear gesso, distress paint weathered wood and then metallic lustre black shimmer from Deco Art. The black paper behind the stars is coredination cardstock with white core.

Metal decoration with numbers from Tim Holtz with a layer of green acrylic paint from DecoArt rubbed off with cloth then a layer of distress paint black soot and sanded.

Another close up. The key I think is from Michaels or Hobby Lobby. The '517' metal decoration is from Tim Holtz. I used acrylic paint to colour them.

Materials used:
-Distress oxides: peeled paint, black sooth
-Distress ink: black soot
-Distress crayons: black soot
-Distress marker: pine needle, tattered rose (for the paper doll)
-Distress paint: black soot, weathered wood
-3D impresslits from Tim Holtz/Sizzix: foundry
-Metal decorations from Tim Holtz except for the key from I think Michaels or Hobby Lobby
-Film strip ribbon from Tim Holtz
-Die: voltage from Tim Holtz/sizzix
-Paper doll from Tim Holtz
-From DecoArt: crackle glaze, grackle paint, americana weathered wood crackle medium and metallic lustre in black shimmer
-DecoArt fluid acrylic paints: yellow oxide, blue green light, burnt umber, paynes grey, titan buff
-Watercolor paper
-Corrugated paper
-Clear gesso
-Metal wire


Thank you for stopping by today

6 kommentarer:

  1. WOW absolutely stunning you do masculine projects soooo well!!!Love all the textured and forgotten results-reminiscent of been left in a dusty rusty shed and left for years---absolutely brilliant
    Carol x

  2. Another stunner here Lisa, you are the most known artist for this sort of mixed media work....think you should be number one in the craft world...fabulous texture...xx

  3. Lisa this is stunning, I so love anything rustic and beautifully designed, its a work of art for sure.x

  4. The crackle textures on all your layers look amazing! Thanks for sharing how you created these effects in your description, I can now try to re-create these effects by following your steps. I always struggle with the process and getting the effect I am looking for.
    Another fabulous project and I agree that the new TH Voltage die is his coolest die to date.
    Rainey’s Craft Room

  5. Have a lovely weekend my friend.x

  6. Lisa you are so talented! Your work always looks like a piece of art. Your card looks great, love the green/aqua details! Hugs, Sarah


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