When I saw this beautiful dragonfly die by Tim Holtz, I just knew I wanted to use it for this project. This time of year, here in the mid-south, the dragonflies are everywhere. I love watching them flit about. So that was my inspiration for this piece.
I made a short video tutorial for you.
7"x7" wooden frame with 5"x5" opening (Dollar Store)
ColourArte Twinkling H20s: Moss Green, Blue Grass, Mystic Blue, Cinnamon Brown, Iridescent Gold, Black Cherry,
ColourArte Primary Silks Acrylic Glaze: Apricot Nectar
ColourArte Radiant Rain Daubers: Nutmeg, Egyptian Gold
ColourArte Radiant Rain Shimmering Mists: Ice, Butternut, Autumn Leaf, Teal Zircon
ColourArte Radiant Gels: Olive Vine
Gina's Designs Lasercuts: Bamboo Shape Set
6x6 Burlap Paper Stack (DCWV)
6x6 Quarterfoil stencil (ClearScraps)
White Crackle Texture Paste (Finnabair)
Extra Heavy Gel/Molding Paste (Golden)
White gesso (Liquitex)
Classic Gold wax gilt (Treasure Gold)
Ideaology word band (Tim Holtz)
Gold metal stickers (TPC Studio)
Layered Dragonfly die (Tim Holtz)
Catalyst spatula (straight edge)
Black pen (Sharpie)
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Well, I sure hope you enjoyed my project and video tutorial today. I had a lot of fun re-working this Dollar Store find. What will you do with your next Dollar Store find? I'd love to see what you create!
Thanks for stopping by, and have a wonderful, creative weekend!