Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Mixed Media Monthly Challenge #22 - Inspiration Photo

It's time for another challenge over at the Mixed Media Monthly Challenge Blog. This month our theme an inspiration photo. Just make a project based on anything that inspires you about our "Eggs" photo.


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For my project I used some wooden eggs that I've had for years now, gelli print papers, rub-on and spray shines.
These are my wooden eggs.
You'll see after this photo I found a smaller one also. 
These are the Gelli Print Papers I used.
I cut the papers into strips and used
DecoArt DecouPage to adhere them to the eggs.
A close up of one of the almost finished eggs.

I decided they needed a little something else so I finished them off with
some white butterfly rub-ons by Maya Road and they sprayed them with
Mint and Teal Heidi Swapp ColorShine Sprays.
Here are the final eggs. I really like how they turned out
and I love that I was able to use my Gelli Print Papers.

9 comments:

  1. What a clever way to use your gelli prints! I had to pop over to see what you did to cover these eggs. I love this idea.

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  2. These look fabulous,would be a great activity with kids too!

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  3. Fabulous eggs Donna, love how you used the strips of gelli printed paper, wonderful idea! Deb xo

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  4. The Eggs look wonderful, and a great way to use up your scraps.
    Smiles:)
    Sue

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  5. Wow Donna! Those collaged eggs look incredible! A real work of art!

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  6. What a fabulous idea - they look amazing!

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  7. I love the idea of using cut strips of your gelliprints to collage Easter eggs. The rub-ons gave the eggs a nice focal point. Happy Easter to you and your family, my friend!

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  8. Great way to use up those mono prints!

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