PaperArtsy Challenge Inspired by Michelle Webb

Published August 17, 2013 by isisimaginings

Hello again, here’s my second project for this week’s PaperArtsy Challenge.  Because August is PaperArtsy’s 10th birthday month, they are having extra guest designers every week & on Thursday Michelle Webb showed us the most amazing canvases & when I saw them I knew I had to attempt them.

You can see Michelle’s gorgeous work HERE.  On Twitter we questioned her closely about her painting techniques, but all she would tell us is that she slaps it on.  Not very helpful, I think you’ll agree.  😉   But I had a go & here’s my attempt.

PaperArtsy Aug 17 2013

I used the reverse of a 22 x 22cm wooden board & started slapping paint on it.  I wish I’d got a slightly bigger crackle on it, but it is there & I used grunge paste through a Crafters’ Workshop stencil, can’t remember the name, it has clocks on it.  The hexagons are too noticeable, but I think they’ll be hidden somewhat by whatever I put on top.  I don’t know yet what that will be, so I’m going to leave like it this for a while.

Thank you for visiting.  Until next time,

Love & light.


13 comments on “PaperArtsy Challenge Inspired by Michelle Webb

  • I loved France’s canvas when I saw it, shame I didn’t have time to whip one up! Yours does justice to France’s project. Well slapped!

  • How odd! I could have sworn I left a comment on this fab canvas Kirsten (bemused frown on face here). It has turned out beautifully and like Paula (PEP) I rather like the hexagons too. Lovely colour choices as well.

    Lesley Xx

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