Here's the final part of this Wish Granted about Ferro and Terra pastes. We hope you are enjoying it so far.
I am sure you will LOVE this one. Amazing tutorial from Isasart once again with lots of pictures and details.
I will post the challenge shortly.
Have a nice weekend...
I started by cutting a tag and covering it with gesso. I then diluted a bit of Terra with water (for a subtle effect) and painted the tag
I stencilled more butterflies on the tag and let it dry. This paste dries quicly so make sure you rinse your stencil and palette knife as soon as you are done.
I then coloured the tag with Cosmic shimmer Misters
I then made a butterfly using acetate and Ferro Paste
I chose 3 different Ferro colours
I placed my stencil on the acetated and applied the Ferro colours with a palette knife
And here you go, a gorgeous butterfly with 3 different shades. I will remove the paint at the center to add the butterfly's body
I then adhered my butterfly on a book page (I I had sprayed with inks) as I don't want to leave the transparency as is (transparent) which is something I would do for dragonfly wings. But not a butterfly
I then added and butterfly body I made with polymer clay and metal
I added a few gems et voilà: a beautiful altered tag
Tim Holtz Alterations: Movers & Shapers large die - tag & bookplatesGesso
VIVA TERRA (Indian)
VIVA FERRO (amber gold, steel gold, golden green)
Cosmic shimmer Misters & Distress Walnut StainAcetate
Nature and Travel Quotes (En)
So what did you think of this ???
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