We are happy to bring you this week’s Featured Company: Splash of Color. We are so excited to be featuring them again on Paper Crafter’s Library. In today’s spotlight you’ll learn more about Splash of Color, see a fantastic project by one of their designers and have the opportunity to win the prize package shown below (details at the end of this post).
Silks By Luminarte Twinkling H20’s by Luminarte Iridescent Glitter Paste by Viva Colour Stencil- Quatrefoil by The Crafters Workshop Stickers by Mixed Media 101 for Splash of Color Pallet knife ¾” wide paint brush Adhesive (pictured below)
About Splash of Color
We are a mixed media driven company Featuring Luminarte, Viva Colour and various Licensed artists. We have a strong belief in both inspiring and educating our customers. We are constantly striving to develop new and innovative products, as well as searching out new and exciting products to distribute. And we are responsive to our customers. We listen, we make things that work, that are easy to use, and are the highest quality for the best possible price… and that will help make creative dreams come true. You can visit the Lumiarte website here.
Special Splash of Color Guest Designer
You can see Jodi’s fabulous project below, but first, here is a little more about her:
In this demo, we will be using Silks Acrylics on a wood substrate, along with an image transfer, assorted papers, and readily available art supplies to create an embellished painted collage. I hope you find the variety of tips and tricks on how to use the featured products in your mixed projects. The sky is the limit and there really is no right or wrong way to do this, just go out and experiment!
Here are some of the items I used in this project:
Hard substrate prepared with gesso in a 12 x12 (you can easily substitute other sizes)
Silks Acrylics: Sunburst, Spicy Tomato, Apricot Nectar, Plumeria, Cinnamon Brown
Modeling Crème by Viva in Pearl
Laser Image of a photography
Modge Podge or other matte medium
White Acrylic Paint
Other Options: I’ve also provided some additional projects below I created using basically the same method but with a few additional layers. Art so many times is about adding and subtracting. Finding new ways to incorporate your products into your work and simply letting go to enjoy the process are all part of the fun.
I hope you enjoy the segments! Please visit me at my blog for more information on work that I do, classes I teach and additional helpful art and creative business tips! www.sweetrepeats.blogspot.com
In order to enter the give-away to win the prize package shown above, please leave us a comment in the comments section of this post. Winner will be announced next Wednesday on the Paper Crafter’s Library blog!