For starters, my project will be a work in progress this month. I am going to make a book, starting with the cover. I decided to do the tutorial with snap guide to make it easier for everyone.
|Close up of front cover|
I just want to say that the DecoArt products I used in this project were of very high quality. I was pleasantly surprised at the matte medium. It was very easy to use and quite invisible. The gesso was very thick and a little went a long way. The crackle paste, well, what can I say. It made the most fabulous cracks without any effort on my part, and I have had my share of problems with other crackle paints and pastes. As for the acrylic paints and antiquing creams, I was amazed at the quality and ease of use. Once again, they were highly pigmented and, again, a very little went a long way. I honestly believe you will like DecoArt's new Media line as much as I do.
Collage Sheets: A Little of This and That; Klein Postcards; Fun Ephemera
Vintage Text Pages
Canvas Art Boards
Chipboard Scroll Corners
Faber-Castell Big Brush Pen
Zig 2-Way Glue Pen
DecoArt Media Products
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Stay tuned for the next installment of my book project in two weeks. In the meantime, however, please be sure to visit the Altered Pages blog for more daily inspiration from the team, and check out the store for your mixed media and crafting needs.
Thanks so much for stopping by, and have a wonderful, crafty week!