Thursday, 14 December 2017

Vintage wintery woodland


Hello everyone
 Today I am here to share my guest designing work  for A vintage journey blog,thank you vintage journey team for giving this honored
I have altered a bottle according to their this month theme "winter wonderland"
Have a look

Process 
1.I used a old bottle after cleaning it, I've done some stencil work in front part n for side I have applied modelling paste n started tapping with finger to give some texture,u can see in pic for the same
2.i have used a piece of corrugated sheet to make roof,cut 3/4",13.5" long strip n roll it to make pillars and pasted a piece of 4/4" card board to increase the width towards the lower end,as u can see in pic
3.now it's time to color it,I have used brown,white, yellow n a bit of green for base colors,  I used sponge for coloring

4.used black, dark brown n green acrylic paints again, but this time I have diluted them with water n used them with brush 

After dried I distress it with white gesso n a bit of orange colour
5.i used some small pieces of thin fabric(like cheese cloth) n dipped them in geeso n pasted them on the top of the roof,n some pieces I have hanged like nature snow(shown in pic) I've also sprinkle some sliver guiltier fine dust n,sugar dust to give it snow look,for soft snow look I have used light modelling paste in some areas


6.I added some natural tree wood at the bottom n also created show effect  on them with the same method I mentioned above


Now it was looking like this


6.now I added a frame with a vintage pic n paint it with brown after that added modelling paste in some areas
  n sprinkle sliver gilter


7.added some moss,flowers n red cherry around the frame 


9.Applied prima wax with light handed randomly

Here r some more pics with different angles 











Thank you so much I hope u liked it, n enjoy my work, please let me know in comment box,how much you like it๐Ÿ˜Š
Thank you once again to vintage journey team for this honored 








Tuesday, 5 December 2017

Altered art African style stand

Hello everyone its Pooja,
Once again I'm back with a mixed media altert project with the newly launched tinted metallic paints for itsy bitsy blog, I always try to make something new with less supplies, so this time I made an African themed pen stand.
Have a look here...




Process:


  1. I have used an old broken sculpture (this was also made by me years back ). I pasted it on a bottle to give it the right height
  2.  I have taken a piece of a fabric and dipped it in white gesso. You can use black gesso directly and start draping it on the bottle. This way I made her dress and her headgear.

3. Now I have given  three coats of different layers; first applied  black gesso, after it dried, I applied white gesso randomly on the whole piece and after that I used brown acrylic paint as a base colour on the whole piece.

4. Then I used a thin fabric ( you can use anything like a cheese  or gauze) and colored it with Colors Splash spray (I have listed the shades below with direct link), and applied  two shades of metallic paints...Tawny glint n Golden glaze.

After I built up layers of metallic paints, my African lady was looking like this



6. Now it's time to make the pen stand. I have used corrugated sheet to make the roll and the other shapes and arranged them on a piece of MDF.
7. Pasted some embellishments like flowers, chipboards, sea shells and applied black gesso all over them.

8. I have used the same metallic paint which I have used for the lady.

9. Finally added my African lady on the stand base.
10.applied prima wax for more highlight








 



Hope you like my work.  Love to see all the beautiful things that you make, these are just little inspirations to give you new ideas.
Thanks
Pooja

Friday, 1 December 2017

The Grand Hoildays Blog Hop


Hello dears, we invite you to join the The Grand Holidays Blog Hop with a great group of talented 
designers.
Hop from blog to blog and find easy, fast and amazing projects!
Each blog, in the blog hop, offers a giveaway of craft products and will include the Project featured in the blog.
That means there are 11 different giveaways and there will be 11 different winners!
Everyone is eligible to win; the blog hop is open worldwide!

All you have to do is:


 Winter n Christmas season is here so my creation is inspired with wintery woodland,snow, cherries,snow fall, I have decorated a storage box with Christmas wintery scene with lots of shine and snow effect
Have a look 





  

I hope you would love to win this  box  filled with craft lovely goodies ☺ 
These are the goodies which I am giving away 




If you like u can also follow my Fb page Let's get craftyy by pooja and Instagram
Ac,to see my more work 
  Please read the post n rule carefully ☺ good luck everyone
Visit all the blogs participating in the hop, Follow, leave a comment and you can win a gorgeous prize.
You have until December 20.
You have plenty of chances to win on any of the participating blogs.
 Here's the blog hop list 
Alicja staszak
Anat weksler
Einat kessler
Hina Mirza kaifi
Nadya drozdova
Ola khomenok
                 Pooja sharma(you are here)
Riddhi jani
Rosangela Cristina miqueletto
Torsa
Heike augenblick

Thank you so much for supporting us 


Monday, 13 November 2017

There is beauty in simplicity


Hello everyone today I wants to share something new which I have tried I created a layout with chalk paint this  is my first attempt with chalk paint in any kind of paper stuff , previous I have used chalk paints only on glass,MDF,wood etc,but I never made something like this before from these paints ,These decorative paints can be used on innumerable surfaces
Today I have come with something simple, n made with less craft supplies with almost one paint
I hope you will like it
Have a look



Process:
1. I have taken a piece of card stock
2. Tore  a piece of corrugated sheet  diagonally and pasted it on the card stock as shown in picture.
3. I have painted all of these with Chocolate Truffle chalk paint.



4. After that, I did some stencil work with modelling paste.



Pasted some laces of different designs and sizes in 3 layers in the center.
5. I have used a chipboard square cut out to make my frame. Then pasted some flowers wherever I liked.
6. Used Wild Wasabi chalk paint in some areas with a light hand using dry brushing technique. Used  gesso on the corrugated sheet.
7. To add some shiny effect to my layout I have used white glitter dust white, and some micro beads and sequins. For some interest, added a chipboard bird.
Here is some more pics of the finished creation.











I hope you like my simple n less supplies layout
Thank you so much for visiting my craft place,I hope see u soon again

Pooja


Tuesday, 7 November 2017

Lets get Shiny with metallic

Hello everyone
Its Pooja here ! I am back again with my new mixed media project. Today I  have come with a mini canvas which I have made for creative art mix media joint project stage 4 n also this is my DT work for itsy bitsy with  their Little Birdie's newly launched Tinted Metallic Paints.
I wanted to see their results on a black base so I decided to make a mixed media canvas which has a black backdrop and a multiple number of materials. This will allow me to see the effect of these paints on different surface like metal, chipboard, fabric, plastic, resin embellishments etc.

Have a look....


Process:
  1. I have used a piece of wood and pasted a canvas sheet on, after that I pasted different material like decorative lace, burlap lace, chipboard and some leftover die cut negative and chipboard negatives, my old broken jewelry, beads etc.
2. Then I applied black gesso all over them.



3. Added some sand in black gesso and applied this paste where ever I wanted to give a texture.



4. After completing the texture with sand, it looked like this but on the  black base it's difficult to see this texture. However, after the colors are put in place it's gives an awesome look.



5. After it was completely dry, I started applying gesso with  dry brush randomly. Then I used gold splash colors, first to give a light shade to my background and then started blinding color layers with Tinted Metallic Paints.


 I decided to make it colourful and used different shades of tinted metallic paints.



7. I have added resin embellishments, some piece of my old jewelry art stone and for some more shine, I have used Hearty Melange, golden hearts, Fairy Dust- Rich Copper,prima glass beads,micro beads, sequence
8. In the end I distressed the whole piece with Silver Charm  and Silver Oak tinted metallic paints.
8.at the end I have applied finnabair waxes to increase my project beauty
Here is some close up.............
















I hope you liked my mixed media work. Thank you so much for visiting and for your love!!
Mixed media place blog challenge(I am inspired my last row first pic,screw n the colors also ☺ u can see I have used them in my project with same color scheme)
More mixed media challenge blog opinion black