I chose DecoArt White Crackle Paste for my creation.
I started with a piece of Heavy Grey Board which measures 7"x5" and roughly drew a few guidelines.
Next, I selected some Paperartsy fresco paints in blues, greens and purples.
I mixed each colour with my crackle paste and applied it in layers onto the board. While it was still wet I added some Mica flakes and Beadazzles onto it.
Next, I dripped some Dina Wakley Night acrylic paint which was watered down into the crevices, dividing up the colours.
I then outlined the contours by adding bling. I stuck on loads of jewels, beads and added some stickles.
I thought about adding a sentiment, but decided to leave it just as a piece of art.
Finally, here is a close up of the crackle!
I hope that you are inspired to join in over at Country View Crafts, where you will find lots more crackling ideas!
Products used:- Decoart Crackle, Dina Wakley acrylic paint Night, Paperartsy frescos.
Lovely abstract landscape... the dots and the gems abstract are a fun addition and create shine on your crackled make. Have a great Sunday!ReplyDelete
What a great crackled landscape you created Hazel....gorgeous colous. Enjoy your Sunday xxReplyDelete
great colours Hazel. love the idea.ReplyDelete
This is wonderful piece of art and deserves to be hung somewhere to be admired Hazel. Do you do larger versions in brown shades lolReplyDelete
Love Chrissie xx
The landscape looks beautiful, Hazel! Love all the bling you added! Have a wonderful sunday. xx EvelynReplyDelete
Glad you left this as a painting, wow, it will look fantastic framed up.ReplyDelete
I can see myself meandering up those hills. A truly inspirational creation, thanks for sharing. Fresco paints are just the best!!
Fabulous colours and inclusions and a brilliant work of art Hazel. Have a great week. XxXReplyDelete
I love your landscape, such beautiful colours - so vibrant and eye-catching, I love it!ReplyDelete
Marvellous abstract crackle - love all the additions too.ReplyDelete
Oh! This is amazing piece hazel. Great colours crackle and you've added a lovely glitters. xxReplyDelete
Beautiful art! Such a different technique that I will try to make time to try - thank you for sharing xReplyDelete