Today I am showing you the Art-C Groove Tool. This is a battery run tool that comes with a brush, sponge applicator and 2 grits of sand paper. On the frame above I used the Sandpaper to remove some paint from the texture design and then I used the sponge to add ink to the frame.
Here is the art journal page before and after I sanded it using both grits of sandpaper and the Art-C Groove Tool. When I tried to sand this page without the tool I didn’t get very far. The tool makes it easier to sand down.
Here are the 2 cards I was working with in the video. The Art-C Groove Tool makes it easy to add ink to your projects as well.
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On the next episode I am showing you Chibitronics!
My mind is always thinking. I’m thinking about new classes to offer. New ways to use products. New techniques to showcase. That after a while my brain needs to refuel. That is when I love to take some time to look through creative magazines. Last weekend I picked up Flow and Mollie Makes. Flow is “A Magazine for Paper Lovers” and Mollie Makes tag line is “Living a Creative Life”. I find after reading creative magazines I am refreshed and have a pile more creative ideas I want to put into action!
This is the card I made in the video, and I was able to write with the paint as well. I think there are many ways to incorporate the Neon Amplify into your projects, and I can’t wait to experiment some more!
On the next episode I am featuring the Art-C Groove Tool.
Today I am showing you Dina Wakley’s Glazing Medium and Metallic Paints from Ranger. Dina already had a line of Heavy Body Paints. By adding the Glazing Medium it now allows you to take her paints to another level. All of the paints can be mixed with the glaze, giving you a translucent medium. In the video I show you how to mix the glaze and then blend the paints onto your project.
Dina has also added 3 Metallic Paints to her line: Gilt, Sterling and Penny. On my page I used Black Gesso through the Insect Stencil. Once dry, I laid the stencil back over the butterfly and added the Sterling Paint. It now gives a beautiful sheen to the butterfly.
As well, Ranger has made a Fine Tip Applicator that fits onto all of Dina’s Paints. Since the paints are heavy body, they hold their shape. This allows you to add dots or writing to your projects.
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On the next episode I am featuring the Neon Amplify from Imagine Crafts!