Stampendous and Deco Art have been teaming up all week and what an AMAZING week it has been! I've had so much fun playing!
1. I started by painting a wooden bangle from DIY Bangle with Cadium Red, Primary Cyan and Primary Yellow Media Fluid Acrylics. I mixed and blended the paints directly on the bangle.
2. Next I stamped Shabby Chic randomly on the bangle. The easiest way I found to do this was to lay the stamp down on the table face up, ink and press the bangle down onto the inked stamp.
3. Finally I finished the bangle by stenciling in a bit of Titanium White through Nathalie Kalbach Wired Stamp set stencil. This set is retired but can still be found at various online stores.
Deco Art Media Fluids (Primary Cyan, Primary Yellow, Cadium Red Hue, Primary Magenta, Titanium White, and Interference)
You’ll want to get your commenting fingers ready…so put down your paintbrushes! Each comment on a post this week will enter you to win a fabulous prize package! (one comment per post, per person) Contest open to everyone!!
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Very beautiful and good idea to have a personnal bracket!
This is such a gorgeous Bangle, beautiful!
I love the paint & stamp you used!
Gorgeous! Love the colors and the mixed media art.
This is beautifully simple :)
Never would have thought of this. very pretty. Not to early to think Christmas?
Oh wow - my daughter and granddaughters would have a fit over this!! What luscious colors and SUPER use of the stamps. FUN FUN FUN!!! j.
LOVE this bracelet!! I actually have one of these hanging on my wall waiting for inspiration to strike! I think it just did! LOL Off to finish hopping then to give life to the bracelet~~ Thanks for the inspiration!!
I love this!! Perfect gift for birthdays, Christmas, Mothers Day.....thanks so much!
Wowzers! I love your bracelet! Such bright and beautiful colors. It is perfect.
oh I love this! Wendy So original and something that I would be more than proud to wear . A real must have x
What a beautiful, original bracelet !
Thank you for the tip about laying your stamp down, and pressing the bangle onto it.
This is a beautiful and cleaver project. You have inspired me to seek out some bangles of my very own. Thank you for the inspiration
What a great idea, lovely project!
Thank you for the inspiration. :)
So fun and love! those bright colors. Awesome inspiration, thanks so much for sharing!~kim
What a beautiful bangle
If you are looking for a new home for it I say dibbs first lol! Gorgeous use of mixed media acrylics and the stamping is the perfect finishing touch. I need to find out where I can purchase plain wooden bangles so that I can alter them just for me. Thanks for the awesome art and wonderful blog hop too Karen x
Oh, my clever friend!!! This is gorgeous!! Tell Karen Petitt, she may call dibbs but I've already licked it! LOL! I love this and I'm sure I'll be making one of these for myself in the very near future!!
that's a quick project to make a personalized gift for an art lover, love it !!
Love love it! The colors are fabulous!
Love love love wearing art pieces. They are so different and always get comments. I know you will, too, because this is gorgeous.
Great stuff! I hadn't thought of using stamps on a wooden bangle.
Very pretty bracelet. I love the colors on it. Thanks for sharing.
Wow wow wow, I'm so amazed by your nice bracelet! So beautiful! What a great idea!
This is so cool! I love the colors! Hugs, Robin
Oh... what a great Idea.. Just love it.
This has been a lovely bloghop, so many great tips trix and tutorials.
(✿◠‿◠) Ma (Merethe)
What a beautiful and unique idea.
GORGEOUS! I love the colors and stamps you used!
I want to make these! So very pretty!!
Very cool bangle! TFS!
Angela aka Lady B
Cute and colorful bangle.
You can make these in colors to match every outfit.
thanks for sharing a fun project.
What a cool bangle!
Wow! A very cool project! Love it!
I love how vibrant the colors are!
What a great idea. Thanks for the inspiration!
Such a great tutorial and great gift idea!
Found this blog late but really enjoying catching up with all the beautiful pieces and techniques
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