Discovery Shield... by Amanda Pink

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Hi Everyone

Welcome to my Thursday weekly post.
Today I am sharing my first 6x6 Art panel of 2019 - I'm sure there will be plenty more throughout the year as its something I enjoy creating. For this one I have chosen to work with a monochrome palette of just 3 colours - black, blue and white!


That's Crafty! Surfaces are ideal for this kind of creation so I have used a white/greyboard 6x6 square as my base and covered it with a piece of canvas paper.

I then applied That's Crafty! Texture Paste through my chosen StencilGirl®/Seth Apter stencil and left to air dry.

 You can if you wish use a heat tool to speed up the process.

Once dry I applied PaperArtsy 'Midnight' Fresco Finish paint all over the stencilled panel and then used a wet wipe to remove some of the paint from the stenciled words.


To darken the edges I applied black acrylic paint using my fingers.


The focal feature sits on a rectangle of textured wallpaper which I had saved after using it for  monoprinting 


and the feature itself is as always with me the sum of a few parts - 
a couple of Seth Apter die cuts treated with either crackle paint or paint,


a Seth Apter Wood chip treated with crackle paste and hex nuts to embellish.




Products I used
That's Crafty! Surfaces White/Greyboard Panels 6x6 Square Corners
White Cardstock
Canvas Sheet
Acrylic Paint: Black
PaperArtsy Fresco Finish Acrylic Paint: Midnight
That's Crafty! Light Texture Paste
DecoArt Crackle Paste
DecoArt Crackle Paint
White Gesso
SethApter/Spellbinders Dies: Shield, Drip Drop
Seth Apter Wood Chips
StencilGirl® Products Stencil: 'Text and Texture Discovery' designed by Seth Apter
That's Crafty! All purpose Adhesive
Ranger Glossy Accents
Hex nuts
wet wipes
Die cutting machine 

I hope you have enjoyed your time here with me today and that maybe my creativity has offered you some inspiration. 
Thanks for taking the time to stop by 
Enjoy your week and hope to see you here again next .... same time, same place 
Until then 
Take Care 

Amanda 

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4 comments

  1. Another stunning creation Amanda, I love the colour tones and all that beautiful crackle, this is a real beauty! Anne xx

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  2. This is really stunning Amanda, such gorgeous texture and detail and just love the striking monochrome with those little touches of blue peeking out.
    Fliss xx

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  3. Your brilliant use of texture and composition shows how utterly unnecessary colour is! Fabulous monochrome work.
    Alison x

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  4. Thanks Anne, Alsion and Fliss . Much appreciated :) x

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