Dienstag, 18. August 2015

Canvas - Einstein - Image Transfer with DecoArt Media Matte Medium - Tutorial

Hello my crafty friends (:o)

Today i want to share my contribution for the August Challenge at Mixed Media Mojo *Anything Goes*

Recently i followed an appeal from LaBlanche, to send in a creation designed with a limited edition set ( DecoArt Media Matte Medium and some laserprints) you can buy at HSE 24 for a limited time and a special price.

I used the laserprint of Albert Einstein


Maybe you're interested in the *Making of*


I've started by priming the canvas with DecoArt Media Gesso black ....


.... followed by a layer of Decoart Media Crackle Paint



I've teared the edges of the laserprint


Painted on both...the laserprint and the canvas a layer of Decoart Matte Medium and let dry
Applied a second layer of Matte Medium and adhered the laserprint face down to the canvas and let dry.
For more information you can watch this video about image transfer from Andy Skinner



Removed the excess paper by rubbing the paper with a damped sponge and my fingers


Sealed with a layer of DecoArt Matte Medium


Painted a layer of DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylics Transparent Yellow Iron Oxide


I've stamped around the edges with StazOn Cloudy sky and a LaBlanche Background Stamp



I've also stamped more numbers around the border to follow the theme with StazOn black 


I've painted a second layer of DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylics Transparent Yellow Iron Oxide and sealed with a layer of DecoArt Media Matte Medium


I've painted two layers of DecoArt Media Antiquing Cream Titanium white


I've stamped on top of the Antiquing Cream with LaBlanche text stamps and StazOn black......


...and wiped some of the Antiquing Cream of with a damped sponge


Next i've painted a layer of DecoArt Media Crackle Glaze


I've painted a layer of DecoArt Media Antiquing Cream black and ....

  
....rubbed the Antiquing Cream into the cracks with a sponge  


I've sealed the canvas by painting  a layer of DecoArt Media Gloss Varnish






I hope you like it.
You can use any kind of laserprints you like

Thanks for reading and your appreciated comments

xoxo

Elly