3.09.2020

You are unique

Welcome back to my little corner of the world! Winter is almost over and things will be warming up soon. Mixed Media Place has an interesting challenge for February with a fabulous color palette:


So many tones of blues, greens, and browns which is what I focused on for my entry. 


I used a small tin as my palette and added a piece of a Prima mold, along with a face, butterfly, and various acrylic pieces. The main coloring was turquoise rust paste and yellow oxide high flow acrylic ink. There's also a touch of brown, green, and blue matte waxes from Finnabair. 



The inside uses the same tones with embellishment variations. 





I love the back!


Overall, it's a beachy feeling with a little bit of shabby and vintage patina!

I'm also entering this at The Funkie Junkie for their aquamarine challenge!



6 comments:

  1. This is an awesome project Cathy, love the colours and elements you've used. I really must get some Finnabair waxes xx

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  2. This is awesome Cathy, beautifully done xx

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  3. Oh my, this is just lovely and yes, so beachy!! Love all the textures you've incorporated. Thanks for joining in our challenge at The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog.

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  4. Wow Cathy this wee make is full of awesomeness. I have been scrolling up and down umteen times just looking at all those elements you added here. So creative! Gorgeous blends of colours. Also love the background to show of this tin.

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  5. Amazing project!!! Thanks for joining us at Mixed Media Place!

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  6. Beautiful vintage! Thank you so much for sharing with us at Mixed Media Place!

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