Monday, March 13, 2017

Skuldoggery 5 x 5 Mixed Media Canvas Deco Art Blog Hop with Stampendous!


Stampendous Supplies:
ASRS08 Skuldoggery
DMLX7026 Chevron Stencil
DMLJ913 Houndstooth Stencil
Dreamweaver Palette Knife (DPK)
Dreamweaver Stencil Brush

Other Supplies:
Masters Touch 5" x 5" Gesso Board
DecoArt Media Paint: Primary Yellow, Cadmium Red Hue, 
Cobalt Teal Hue, Persian Blue Hue, Crackle Paint
Americana Weathered Wood
Americana Ultra Matte Varnish
Ranger Frosted Film
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Disclaimer Notice: I’ve received products/compensation as part of the Stampendous Design Team. This project however, is 100% my own project! Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. I explain more here.

42 comments:

  1. Beautiful, thanks for all the tips 😀

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  2. Loving this, the effects are great and stamps show up really well

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  3. Really cool. Love how you did the background...really highlights the stamps

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  4. Awesome canvas. Amazing what it looked like at step 1 compared to the finished product.

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  5. Very unique and so different than what I thought it would look like after seeing step 1! Love the beautiful background and the finished piece is so cool! TFS!

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  6. Wow- I never would have thought to dry brush over the crackled paint. I love these two stamps together, and I think the contrast between the organic form of the skull and the modern clean lines of the stencil is really visually appealing. Thank you for sharing this project!

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  7. I love the effects of the dry brushing!!

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  8. these pieces are always so much fun.
    You can get wild and crazy and end
    up with a fantastic finished project.
    thanks for sharing.

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  9. Lovely! You had a lot of fun making that, too.

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  10. Oh. Yes... Definitely speaking my language on this one Pam. Loving everything. It's so neat. You did a great job on your canvas.

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  11. That piece of art is really awesome..

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  12. Very cool. My grandson would love to have something like that--he loves dinosaurs.

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  13. Wowza! That is really cool. Love how you walked us thru each step. Found it interesting that you used Film to stamp on!...would'a never thought of that! Love the effects you landed up with!

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  14. Very cool project. I love the crackle background exposing those cool colors. Thanks for the inspiration

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  15. Awesome project! Love the colors and the crackle paint..

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  16. Wow! You know this is the kind of creation I love the most. Your artistry never ceases to inspire me. Fantastic tutorial-thank you.

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  17. Love it! Thanks for sharing your tips!

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  18. That is a very interesting background. I will have to try it.

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  19. So cool Pam! Love the colors you used for the background!
    Jackie ")

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  20. This is amazing, Pam! I love the way you treated the canvas block and the interesting visual effects you created! Wow!

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  21. Pam, This is wild, I love the look, it is so cool !!. Thanks for sharing. Tracey Magner

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  22. Very cool! I love specimens stuff.

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  23. Wow!! Incredible project! I really want to do more mixed media this year and the crackle paint looks awesome! Can't wait to try it!

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  24. Really cool techniques, thanks for sharing these ideas!

    Carol B
    ciaoitalia2007(at)gmail(dot)com

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  25. Cool beans! What an awesome canvas!

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  26. Really love the addition of the crackled weathered wood paint! Great use for a canvas

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  27. Fabulous crackling Pam. Very cool artwork!

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  28. Wow Pam ...loving those crackles...love it ♡♡♡♡♡

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  29. Thank you for sharing this unique project!

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  30. I like the crackle effect. I think that I need to try it.

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  31. I love your rainbow of colors under the crackle. I've never seen this done before. Great job.

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  32. I was sorry to see that INCREDIBLE rainbow background go Pam but WOW did you get amazing crackle over it - so fun!!! Neat project. Xj.

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  33. Imsteresting art. Fabulous background

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  34. Awesome use of the mediums. They go perfectly with the skull.

    Hugs! Carmen

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