Funny Farm Phone Stand by Deb Antonick

Stamp the paper with the StazOn or Ranger Archival Ink pad.
Adhere the paper to the phone stand with DecoArt Matte Medium.
Trim the edges as required.
*Apply a coat of Matte Medium over the entire papered surface, let dry. I do this before stamping my image so that the background is sealed. I can then wipe the stamp off if I make a mistake and not mess up the background.

I painted all the images with very light washes of the DecoArt Fluid Acrylics using the IPC Small Point Blender. I build up the shading colors by using the Fluid Acrylics at full strength with the Angular shading brushes. Keeping the paint to the tip of the brush, it is easy to tuck the stronger color into the corners to create depth.
The Fluid Acrylics dry quick so it is easy to add tints of other colors.

Some examples of tints I like to use are as follows, (but try different color combinations):
Yellows and oranges over reds
Yellows and greens over blues
Yellows and blues over Greens
Yellows over browns
Blues over purples Etc .
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Also uses these supplies:

Stampendous Frantage Aged Bronze Embossing Enamel
StazOn or Ranger Archival Ink pad
White Barn Wood look paper, Scissors, Adhesive such as Zip Dry or Aleene’s Tacky Glue, Makeup sponges, Baby wipes

DecoArt Media: Gesso, Matte Medium

DecoArt Media Fluid Acrylics: Quinacridone Gold, Turquoise Blue Hue, Carbon Black, Titanium White, Hansa Yellow Medium, Sap Green, Burnt Sienna, Cadmium Orange Hue, Paynes Grey, Primary Magenta, Burnt Umber.

Chipboard fence –
Surface – Wooden phone stand


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