Friday, August 06, 2010

Mod Podge Resist background


I just got hold of some TA Glimmer Glaze, Glimmer Glam and  Chalkboard Glimmer Mist
and wanted to put them all into use at one go . ;)
So I turned to the Tattered Angels' educators'
 blog to experiment with some new ideas . 
 I tried a tutorial here by our very own Singaporean TA Educator, Jasmine Low .

The technique is called Multi Medium Resist -  you can see the full tutorial here .
I didn't have an artist multi medium on hand
so I simply used modge podge instead 
and a normal artist paint brush to paint on the modge podge
 all over a white cardstock background. 

Here are some of the colors I used on the background : 

Fall Glimmer mist colors  over the modge podged areas : 
Apple, Dragonfly & Sugar Maple. 
Tattered Leather & Apricot Chalkboard Glimmer Mist
 around the modge podged areas.
Splattered Glimmer Glaze in Emerald Cove & Penny Loafer .
Dirty Martini Glimmer Glam painted around the photo.

 another experiment with the new Apricot Chalkboard Glimmer Mist -
I sprayed the Apricot color on the paper towel 
and stamped unto the white cardstock background - 
I used a Glimmer Glaze bottle to press on the paper towel for 
the circular design .;) 
I'm not sure how this will be used yet 
but I do know we can make paper towel glimmer misted flowers .
Check out the tutorial by Liz Hicks here.


12 comments:

piradee talvanna said...

ooooh love this! and can't wait to get my hands on one (oh can already see the number of misting products increase exponentially for me & thanks to you!)

Peggy said...

This is a cool technique, thanks for sharing! Beautiful LO too, I like that combination of the coloured background with the white papers, it makes the title pop!
xxx Peggy

Helen Tilbury said...

Whoa! Looks like you had some stark raving mad fun there Pearl! Coolness...

Scrapthat said...

Fabulous job! Very arty! TFS!

Audra said...

Really great techniques!! Your layout is stunning!! :)

kim c said...

wowza! your experiment was very successful. thanks for the link and the inspo.

Susan said...

I love this glimpse of your crafting desk and how you achieve your wonderful layouts. Thank you Pearl.

Sarah Webb said...

I am gobsmacked. This is AWESOME!

Jennifer said...

Wonderful LO Pearl!!! What a technique and it looks terrific. You are a true artist!! :)

scrappermimi said...

These are so darn cool! So cool and arty!

Kim said...

goodness Pearl this is freakin awesome...how clever are you!!!!!!!

ellen s. said...

oh wow this is beautiful! i just love it and the texture is just gorgeous!