Monday, March 17, 2014

WildHeart Art " Texture On The Edge Part 2" Sin City Stamps Design Team Post featuring ComposiMold

~Texture On The Edge~
Sin City Stamps Design Team Post Featuring ComposiMold
Part 2

Welcome to the second part of the this fun and creative project featuring ComposiMold.In part one I showed you all how to create a textured stamp roll using a sturdy  cardboard paper towel roll and drizzling melted ComposiMold over it.

  When ink is applied to the roll and  then rolled over a painted background ,the look is similar to the example below. 

I wanted to incorporate  more layers  into the project so I used the ComposiMold to create a stamp and a mask and also will glue them to the mixed media for additional added interest .By using melted ComposiMold I was able to design shapes and textures on wax paper. When cooled they are ready to use to layer on more interest in the mixed media project.

 Here the heart shape is used a Mask too.

You can also use the cooled "shapes or doodles" as part of the actual design below. You can secure in place with gel medium.

You also can paint them and add to the canvas.

As a final touch you can add  doodles,stamps or more stencil textures on the background. I used a letter stamps to create a more inspirational piece. ComposiMold is a really unique product to work with and holds many creative possibilities! 
As always.. Enjoy the Creative Process and step outside your "art zone" .. you never know what amazing things you can come up with!
~In Love and Faith~

Dont forget to check out Sin City stamps  when looking for unique stamps, stencils,die cuts,chipboard ect for you next creative project!

1 comment:

  1. Absolutely fabulous!! I came over to your blog when a friend (Lisa Snowdy) told me about your giveaway of 2 slots in your class and I got so mesmerized by your work. Your tips and techniques are wonderful and your photographs to relay the information are terrific. Thank you so much for the inspiration today. I've decided to follow your posts as I find your style eclectic and fantastic!
    Lisa x