Free Technique Vid for Youuu

Happy New Week!

This month I set myself a target to share one new technique with you. I am now happy….nay, THRILLED, to offer for your viewing —

“PURPOSE”.
{Which, coincidentally is my ONE LITTLE WORD for 2013}

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Here is the direct link to Vimeo

http://vimeo.com/giovannascott/purpose
As with all “The GiSt of It” videos, you can view at anytime and even download to your computer to watch later!
Share with your friends and discover just how many uses this technique has for your creations.

I did forget to mention that the liquid I used to create the flower outlines, is actually 3D fabric paint. Because I’m an impatient minx, I had to blot it with paper towel and that’s how it became thicker and a little smudged/irregular.

BUUUTT, it’s glossy and completely waterproof!! BONUS!

ENJOY!!
XX Giovanna

Published by Giovanna Scott

Artist, Educator, Joy Seeker, and Lover of Good Coffee. I began this blog in December 2006 to document the ebb and flow of our life. It has now become a steady record of my artistic journey and a home for my collections.

4 thoughts on “Free Technique Vid for Youuu

  1. Hi Giovanna,
    A gorgeous art journal spread & a great video – entertaining, inspiring & very professional 🙂 I love using tissue/serviette paper in the background, haven’t quite used it in the same way as you did, loved the effect of the torn strips (& the look the grey background stamp created) – will definitely try it.

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