Are you ready for more inspiration with Tattered Angels Paint Systems? I hope so, because they are really mindblowing: they are beautifully composed color sets, which will work on every surface you can imagine… how cool is this?
I was inspired by beautifully cold, sparkling set – Crystallina Blue. This paint system contains one Glimmer Mist- Turqouise Blue, one Chalkboard Glimmer Mist – Cornflower Daze, one Glimmer Glam – Chandelier and one Glimmer Glaze – Sassy Silver.
My first project is an altered book “Winter” , which was made with all the Crystallina colors, combined with old paper and Prima Resin elements. The book’s pages were cut out to create 3 dimensional winter landscape and painted with Turqouise Blue and Cornflower Daze with a bit of sparkling Glam on the top.
The well and birds were painted mostly with Glimmer Glaze – Sassy Silver. I added also a bt of liquid pearls to create te snow cover on the well and painted it witch Chandelier Glimmer Glam.The pages were misted and painted with gesso – I used Pink Paislee Mistables mask.
My second project with this Paint System is a layout – with a vintage feel, but totally – non-vintage colors. I used Pink Paislee Mistables collection – the papers are amazingly beautiful. Of course, I sprayed them with both Crystallina colors to create a patterned background and paper for cutting ot the elements.
The last project with Crystalina Blue Paint System is a wooden owl which I got as a gift from my cousin. I think it looks just too cute!
First I painted the body with Glimer Mist and Chalkboard Glimer Mist and covered selected areas with Glimmer Glam. Then I painted it again with black acrylic paint and using a baby wipe I claned selected areas – the blue color apeared again thanks to the Glimmer Glam coat!
The next step was adding some Prima ctrystals on its tummy and for the eyes – they were paited with Glimmer Glaze too, to make them more silver. The last step was adding the extra coat of Chandelier Glimmer Glam on the owl’s wings and face 🙂
It was so easy and fun to do!
I wish you all happy creating!
Anna – Finnabair