Art Extravagance Rust Paste at Prima with Keren Tamir #Creativation2018

While at Creativation 2018 I got to spend time with Keren Tamir at the Prima booth. So I’m sharing Art Extravagance Rust Paste at Prima with Keren Tamir #Creativation2018 today. She shows how the new colors look and uses them to decorate a large tag. She was even kind enough to let me have the tag so I could have the example at home.

Art Extravagance Rust Paste at Prima

Here is a video that I took of her. Art Extravagance Rust Paste at Prima with Keren Tamir #Creativation2018 video.

There are three new sets of the Art Extravagance Rust Paste.

The photos of this texture paste when applied to a surface cannot really show you how this really looks. There is a lot of texture on these pieces and it truly looks like it was old metal rusting away.

Art Extravagance Rust Paste at Prima

I could see using this paste with stencils too. Keren has a pre-textured board that she applied the paste onto and you can see the texture underneath. There are so many ways that this can be used and from what I can see there isn’t a wrong way to use this paste. If you love it then use it. 😉

Art Extravagance Rust Paste at Prima

Thanks to Keren for taking the time to show the Art Extravagance – Rust Paste at Prima during Creativation 2018. I learned something new. Check out Keren’s Facebook Fan Page to see more of her amazing art.

Art Extravagance Rust Paste at Prima Art Extravagance Rust Paste at Prima

What would you apply this awesome texture paste to in your projects? I could see this used on a great journal cover to give that amazing vintage, rusted look.

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My hope is that I have inspired you to look at those papers in your stash and make your own junk journal.

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Valentines Love Journal Inside Heart Box

This is a Valentines Love Journal Inside Heart Box I created using the Calico Collage Digital images. Love using the Valentines Love, digital files and having this heart shaped candy box was a great way to show off some love.

Valentines Love Journal Inside Heart Box

Since joining the Calico Collage team I’ve had so much fun! When she posted the Valentines Love papers I had an idea that I wanted to try. Searching through my stash. If you haven’t seen my studio post go check it out. I found my stash of boxes that my brother gave to me years ago. He used to work for Godiva.

Working in my Silhouette Design software I Traced the heart shape from the box and then began cutting hearts to make the pages. Thankful that the Silhouette software is so easy to use.

Once all of the papers were cut it was time to start putting the accordion book together. Using washi tape I adhered each heart to make an accordion book.

Valentines Love Journal Inside Heart Box

When all of the pages were created I then began decorating with the beautiful Calico Collage papers. I also used Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists, Brutus Monroe and Tim Holtz inks. A few pages of Canvas Corp Brands papers and some miscellaneous papers were used.

Again the Silhouette Cameo 3 was used to cut mats and tags for the journal.

A Martha Stewart lacy edge punch was used to give a beautiful detail to several of the pages. When the punched edge shows then that was a place for a pocket.

Valentines Love Journal Inside Heart Box

It was fun making this journal. Being able to use up a lot of the supplies I had in my stash was a big plus.

Quick process video. Most of it is speed up so that you don’t have to spend two hours watching.

Here is a list of some of the items used for the Valentines Love Journal Inside Heart Box:

I’m sure I forgot to list something. But I think it gives you an idea of what was used to make this Valentines Love Journal Inside Heart Box.

Flip through of the Valentines Love Journal Inside Heart Box:

This Valentines Love Journal Inside Heart Box can be purchased in my shop for $89.00.

Valentines Love Journal Inside Heart Box

My hope is that I have inspired you to look at those papers in your stash and make your own junk journal.

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Dangerous Glittered Covered Goddess

Sometimes I cover myself in glitter and pretend I’m a Goddess. The real statement is I’m a Dangerous Glittered Covered Goddess and you should look out! lol

I’ve been in love with this stamp by Lynne Perella for a very long time.

Dangerous Glittered Covered Goddess

She is an amazing artist and I’ve collected many of her stamps over the years. Today I decided it was time to use this Goddess to make a few greeting cards.

On this day the Goddess was calling to me from the water. I felt that she was surrounded with hues of blue and green with a touch of glimmer. Since I knew I wanted to make several cards I began by cutting papers to the sizes needed and getting all the supplies gathered. There are a couple of acrylic paints used, watered down to give a water color effect.  Glitter is always a plus as it gives just the sparkle that I love.

Dangerous Glittered Covered Goddess

Once the basic design was decided an assembly line was created. The back ground needed texture and swirls were the way I wanted to go today. Embossing folders are great to give texture to the background paper. There is a large stash of chipboard in my studio space, it was time to pull some and cut swirls to use on this card as well.

Dangerous Glittered Covered Goddess

The layers were coming together, I could see this Dangerous Glittered Covered Goddess emerging out of the water. There was more that was needed.

Dangerous Glittered Covered Goddess

What else could I add to make this card outstanding? Prima flowers, that was the answer. These flowers have been multiplying in my studio, it is time that I start using them! Pulling out several jars I finally figured out on the colors I thought were pleasing and begin to apply them on the card. Of course I decided that the card also needed some fibers. It’s a good thing that I kept all those balls of fibers and yarns, these are coming in handy now! Did I say how much I like glitter? There is a large box of glitter paints / glues in my stash and I got to use some of those as well!

Dangerous Glittered Covered Goddess

The cards were set aside to dry for the night. Sometimes you think a design is done, but once you walk away and come back something calls to you. In this case I knew that I needed to add a phrase to the front of the card.  It’s never Dangerous being who you are. This was the perfect saying for a Dangerous Glittered Covered Goddess greeting card. The inside: Go ahead and let your inner Goddess free.

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Ready to let your Dangerous Glittered Covered Goddess free? Mine is free to create every day that I step into my studio. Go ahead and let your inner Goddess free. You will be amazed at what you can accomplish.