Friday, August 8, 2014

Artful Mask by Kim


Hello Friends! I am so excited to bring you my very first Creative Design Team project for RubberMoon!  I am just so thrilled to be part of this truly amazing team, and I wanted to share something that really represents my style for my first project.

 I have created a mixed media style "artful" mask.  I had a lot of fun with this project, and it is something different to hang on my studio wall, other than a canvas.




 





I layered a lot of mixed media products on here, including some sprays, texture paste, and also the Gears stamp and some pigment ink, on the mask itself. I used an old paintbrush as the holder for my mask, and added some clay butterfly wings that I made on either side of it.








 I have used the Make Art Stamp, the Art Set and Large Dragonfly stamps as well  to adorn my mask.














I used the Julia Cameron quote stamp on the paintbrush. You can easily stamp on a round object by placing the stamp on your table and rolling the object to be stamped on top of it. This works great to give an all around stamping image on your object.










To create the stamping embellishments on my mask, I got out my watercolors and had fun playing around with them. I created a background on which to stamp my images on. 














After I used random brush strokes for the background, I sprayed it with my mini mister, then used some paper towels to dab up the excess water. You get a nice mottled background with a water droplet look as a result.

After I completed this, I got out some clear embossing ink and some fun and funky colors to emboss the stamp with, I used some of my brightest colors!














After I heat embossed it, I fussy cut out my images to use on my mask, these are the results. Then I added them to my mask along with a few other fun embellishments.


Thanks for stopping by today!


RubberMoon Items Used

Other Items Used

Shimmerz Texturez, Watercolor Inklingz & Sprays
Ranger and Lindys Embossing Powders
Chipboard Mask from Gina's Designs
Clay Wings and Roses From My Stash
Crafters Workshop "Art Is" Stencil
Tim Holtz Burlap and Dots Stencils
White Roses from Craftsupplies1
Camass Pigment Ink Blue
Stickles Diamond 


I hope you have enjoyed my project today and do go and check out the amazing stamps in RubberMoon's Shop! They are truly unique and "artful"!

Kim Fuller













16 comments:

  1. Great tutorial Kim - Love the mask!

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    1. Hi Brenda, thank you so much! hugs :) x

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  2. I love this mask Kim! You're right, it would look great in a studio.

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    1. hi Carmen, thanks so much it is up on my wall now :) hugs x

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  3. Great mask tutorial, Kim! I like the idea of adding other artful projects to the wall besides canvases. I also like your tip on stamping a round object. Thanks for sharing :)

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    1. hi Martice! Thank you so much, hugs xx

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    1. hi Sandy! Thanks so much hun, hugs xx

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  5. After admiring all the colors and textures in your mask, I was immediately drawn to the "texture" on the wand... thanks for the tip! I never would have thought to stamp on a round object.

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    1. Hi Colleen, I love to stamp on anything, I told my hubby if he stood still long enough he may get stamped too lol, thanks hugs xx

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  6. SO Creative KIM and VERY FUN! Wonderful..LOVE the TEXTURES!!

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    1. Barb, you are so sweet, thanks so much!

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  7. Wow! What a great project filled with so many fun tips!! Thank you so much!

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