Wednesday, August 31, 2022
Saturday, August 27, 2022
Greetings ! This is Sneha with a new project made using GSLCut chipboard. I made a canvas using staircase chipboard. This canvas envisages couples' love. I am totally in love with this chipboard. It has given a different dimension to my project 👍.
This project was very simple and quick to make. As always I started with priming my canvas surface with a white gesso and applying texture paste via stencil.
Next applying some crackle paste on the deserted areas.
Next embossing the chipboard using distress embossing powders.
Next is arranging this chipboard as a center point. I have glued cardboard on backside of the chipboard and then stick it to the canvasusing gel medium and hot glue. This gives the chipboard sturdy and elevated look and will also help me in arrangements of flowers and other diecuts in the next step.
Now I started gathering my flowers and die cuts for the next step and adhered all in a way that I like using gel medium and hot glue. Starting with a couple die cut in the center of the staircase. And then going with the flow.
Towards the end of the project I addedsome sparkle and some pearls to some of the flowers in the arrangements to elevate them. And some touch up of yellow and rose pink acrylic color. Finally a sentiment.
And here is the picture of completed project.
Link to the chipboard from GSLCut.
8 × 10 canvas
Golden crackle paste
Liquitex gel medium
Artist loft modeling paste
Ranger embossing powder
Ranger distress embossing powder
P13 die cuts from : Always and forever 07
Diecuts from Dress my craft : Magnolia hues
Colors from Lindys spray
Flowers and moulds from Prima marketing
Messy script stamp
Versafine black ink.
I hope you all like this project and feel inspired to make one for yourself too.
Wednesday, August 24, 2022
This is Jon David Lowe for Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts, I enjoy looking up unusual holiday to see if I can include them in my blog posts. Today, August 24, 2022, is as my title says International Strange Music Day, a day that encourages people to listen to all types of music they don't usually listen to. It is a also a day to discover strange and bizarre kinds of music. "Madam Butterfly" by Malcolm McLaren is one type of music many may not know. It is the inspiration for this artwork.
1. Gather Supplies.
2. Put Together GSLC ATC Shrine Box and Secure with Weldbond.
3. Roll Out a Thin Sheet of Polymer Clay and Press into Plastic Wooden Texture Plate.
4. Cut Panels of Clay and Adhere to GSLC ATC Shrine Box with Liquid Clay.
5. Brush Empty Areas with Liquid Clay and Sprinkle with brown Embossing Powders.
6. Cure in Polymer Clay Oven.
7. Build a Butterfly Body Totem In Middle of Cured Box Using Small beads for Eyes and Small Nails for Antennas.
8. Paint GSLC Vine Corners with Shades of Green Acrylic Paints.
9. Paint GSLC Royal Flourishes with Gold Design Cream.
10. Attach GSLC Vine Corners and GSLC Royal Flourishes with Liquid Clay and Cure Again in Polymer Clay Oven.
11. Use Glossy Accents to Attach Transparent Butterfly Wings to Butterfly Body.
12. Add Patina to Art Piece using Dry Brush Technique and Acrylic Paints.
13. Paint GSLC Gothic Cross Miniatures with Gold Design Cream.
14. Attach GSLC Gothic Cross Miniatures with Golden Heavy Matte Gel Medium
Some Final Thoughts.
I enjoy a variety of music, Putumayo is a great starting place to discover different types of World Music. I have enjoyed their A Native American Odyssey,, Gypsy Caravan, India Compilation, Louisiana Music Sampler, and Zydeco.
I Have Favorite Female Vocalists, Tori Amos, Annie Lennox, Miley Cyrus, Tones and I, Natalie Merchant, Sinead O'Conner and Tracy Chapman.
My Favorite music group is Over The Rhine, whom I have quoted many times here on my blog posts. I Like U2, REM, the Chieftains, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Moby, Gregorian, Rammstein, and Grant Lee Buffalo.
There are so many different styles of music for me to still discover. Tell me a few of your favorites.
Supplies: GSLC ATC Shrine Box, GSLC Royal Flourishes, GSLC Vine Corners, GSLC Gothic Cross Miniatures, Weldbond, Polymer Clay, Plastic Wooden Texture Plate, Liquid Clay, Embossing Powders in Brown, Polymer Clay Oven, Small Golden Beads, Small Golden Nails, Shades of Green Acrylic Paint, Gold Design Cream Paint, Glossy Accents, Transparent Butterfly Wings, Golden Heavy Matte Gel Medium
I cannot wait to see your interpretation of this project. Share it on the Gypsy Soul Laser Cuts Craft Group Page on Facebook. I would love to see what new creations you are working on!
Monday, August 22, 2022
It's Karolina here. I am sharing with you my new inspiration.
The bathing machine;what an awesome product!
The first step was to assemble all parts to make the bathing machine. To do it, I use glue.
You can see this step in my video.
Unfortunately, the camera stopped recording after the first step.
But for newbies, this short video could help.
When the glue dried, I covered everything using black gesso.
The next step is to cut out all parts from paper to decorate the bathing machine outside and inside.
Using two square cutting dies, I made windows and added some lace.
I added some texture paste to make a more realistic roof then I splashed some Glimmer mists.
I cut out some graphic elements and decorated the bathing machine.
To decorate the back of the bathing machine, I used some shells and glued them using a heavy body gel.
In the end, I added some colourful and shiny little stones and used gold wax on the edges and the steps.