Friday, 28 February 2014

Canvas {with Lynne Perrella stamps by Linda Cain}

Hi everyone, Linda Cain here. I'm back again to share a fun project with you! I LOVE these stamps and the stencils together....see the same shapes in the stencil flowers and the stars on the  ladies crown? Perfect, eh?

I LOVE everything Lynne Perrella, so this set had to be used for a project. These ladies are just gorgeous.

I started with an 8x8 canvas board, Grunge Paste and Lin Brown's Stencils PS001, PS002 and PS003.


When the paste was dry I added Haystack and Guacamole Fresco Paints with a square of Cut n-Dry Foam.


The next layer was using South Pacific, Bora Bora, Mermaid and last Inky Pool. Then the top area was painted with Autumn Fire, Tango, Blood Orange and Cinnamon. A bit of the blues went over the flowers as well.


Then I broke out the Treasure Golds in Classic, Rose Quartz, Florentine and Brass. It's always hard to see the metallics, but this shot kind of gives you an idea here and there. I thought wanted to put a picture in the center, so I didn't paint that area.....I changed my mind later!

I sanded down some of the Grunge Paste areas and added more layers of color. The large Bubbles of GP seemed perfect for the Sunburst Stamp from  LPC05 with Archival Black Ink.

I used mini stamps and archival inks to fill in the background areas. Mini 62. Mini 72 and Mini 74

Mini 72

Mini 74

I used Lynne Perrella's LPC005 collection to stamp the two ladies onto Stamping Paper.


 The one on the right had spots of paint laid down first, the one on the left was mostly done with pens and translucent paints afterwards. I trimmed them down and layered onto black chipboard with a small border.


Here you can see all the colors on the Grunge Paste Flowers with paints and Treasure Golds. You can also see the little Sunbursts stamped on the Grunge Paste Bubbles. You can see the Treasure Gold on the Bubbles here much better, too.

That's it for me. I'll see you back here again next month for another project using the great PaperArtsy Products!

Your Friend in ART,


Linda 


Thankyou Linda from all at PaperArtsy HQ. Your colour combinations are always so stunning and this canvas is no exception. We love your attention to detail, such as picking out the complementary patterns in both the stencils and the stamps. 

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21 comments:

Hazel Agnew said...

Ooooooooooo. Stunningly gorgeously beautiful, good enough to eat. Love the colours, textures....EVERYTHING!!!

Julie Ann Lee said...

Lovely, lovely combo of stencils and stamps and simply stunning colours!Julie Ann xxx

Helen said...

WOW!!! Love the colours and the stencils and the stamps and.... you get the idea! It is perfect.

Jacqui Hall said...

Love this. Love those stencils they look very versatile

craftytrog said...

So beautiful...I love it Linda!!!
Alison x

Kathie said...

I love Linda's work! Her technique and the paints go hand in hand. Its perfection.

Craftyfield said...

The stencilled textured is beautiful and I love the colours and stamped images.

pam thorburn said...

Fabulous-I love the blue/orange combination!!

isisimaginings.com said...

Good grief, that's utterly stunning. The texture looks wonderful & I love the colours.

Lucy Edmondson said...

I totally adore this, Linda, so vibrant! Everything you make I want to slavishly copy because I love every detail and I feel I can learn so much from you. The introduction of the canvas boards seems to add the possibility of so many more layers of stamping. I just love this combination of stencils, grungepaste, and stamps,

Lucy x

Kezzy said...

Wow wow wow absolutely gorgeous stunning awesome canvas. I truly love your work, you play with such vibrant colours and make them work for you to produce such colourful creations that are totally inspiring :-) Kezzy xxx

Kathi said...

This is so gorgeous with so many wonderful details. I love all the texture, color palette, shimmer, and stamping. Basically, I just love this to pieces.

True confession: I think I have a "craft crush" on Linda as I love, Love, LOVE everything she creates!

craftimamma said...

Absolutely wonderful canvas Linda. The colours are awesome and everything works in such a compimentary way. Fabulous design!

Hugs
Lesley Xx

kelsey said...

Love the canvas Linda and those quirky stamps really suit these colours you've chosen. Gorgeous!!!

serena said...

j'adore la palette de couleurs, qui fait ressort chaque colori, et je trouve cette création vraiment merveilleuse. les pochoirs et les timbres sont complémentaire. Félicitation

Sandra Christie said...

Love the colors , and the Stamps are really quirky and cool. You really do give me inspiration!

Coco said...

That's a gorgeous canvas, love the perfect combination of stencils and stamps, and the colours as well as these new stamps are really fab!!!! Hugs, Coco xx

Beth Norman said...

Absolutely stunning. I need stencils desperately. You did such a beautiful job with this project.

butterfly said...

Magnificent layers of painty colours... Another triumph from Linda!
Alison x

Linda M. Cain said...

Thanks so much everyone! xxx

~Linda

mamablitger said...

As always you are creating the most fabolous art work... Impressive work you shared with us. Love the texture, the colors and the finished piece. So happy that you shared this with us. Thank you so much. Found it truly inspiring.
Hugs from SPAIN

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