Tuesday, March 21, 2017

NEW VIDEO TUTORIAL! {Winged Mosaic, The Crafter's Workshop}


Hi All!  I have a new fun and easy Video Tutorial up today again this time using the NEW Winged Mosaic TCW656 stencil that I designed for The Crafter's Workshop!  I gave you all a peek at this one a few weeks back and here today I have a full video tutorial on how it was made :)  ....so grab a cuppa, kick up the feet, relax and enjoy!


Hope you all enjoyed my little tutorial!  Just imagine all the fun ways you can use a mosaic tile stencil!  On a keepsake box, on the cover of an art journal....the projects are endless!  And all the work of piecing together a mosaic is already done for you!

And the look of it of course will change with the mixed media products you choose to use on the stencil! I used TCW Black Gesso and Black Modeling paste with Pearlex Mica Powders, then sealed it with some hair spray.  


I can't wait to see how you all use this stencil in your projects!  The good news is that TCW is carried by a lot of craft stores so it shouldn't be hard to find one near you.  If you are looking to order online I know that Janene at The Scrapbook Diaries has my stencils in, in both sizes (for Canada and USA, she ships international as well), The Mad Scrapper in the UK, and Scrapbook.com has it as well!

I narrated this one again as I got an overwhelming response of 'do it again!' :)

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today, I really appreciate all the kind words and comments! xo



14 comments:

Romy said...

Oh, this looks gorgeous Gabi! Such a great video!

Chrissy said...

Absolutely stunning Gabrielle..love the stencil and amazing colours and shimmer...Beautiful.

luv CHRISSYxx

Patty O'Malley said...

Beautiful project, Gabi!

Lizzyc said...

Oh I love this dragon fly canvas, I loved watching it all get created, amazing how it looks so good on the black gesso.. thanks for the video... and yes i love the voice over too, like i am just right there with you!! Have a good week!

Karenliz Henderson said...

So so gorgeous. I have pearl ex powders and I haven't used them in a long time. Guess what I'll be using next time in my art room?!? Thanks for the inspiration!

Rebecca Ednie said...

Wow! So gorgeous!!

Edwina said...

So beautiful! I love your canvas. Such great colors and stencil. Edwina Brown

Edwina said...

Can you please tell me about Antiquing Gel brands and how to use it? Thank you. Edwina Brown edwina.brown@live.com

Four11Lady said...

Absolutely stunning project! I really love it and enjoy that you are now speaking in your videos........keep it up!

Iris R. said...

Absolutely beautiful. Awesome mosaic stencil and no need for glass and cement.

ThePrettyGuardian said...

Hi, Miss Gabrielle.

I love the mixed media artwork you create on Youtube and other works you share on your blog. You are truly talented. And, since the past two years, I have been creating a collection of mixed media artwork out of scrapbook paper myself. So, I was wondering if you have any advice or tips on how to sell mixed media scapbooking art. Again, you do a beautiful job at what you do.

Calmom5 said...

I LOVE all of your Videos, you are absolutely amazing. I was never really into Mixed Media, never saw too much that I liked or inspired me until I watched your You Tube Videos. Your creativity is superior and obviously, a natural talent. I have done a couple of your tutorials and though it did not come out as amazing as your, I still had fun and have had many compliments. I rarely take the time to leave comments but I just had to, just to let you know I really enjoy your Videos and admire your work. I have been a Scrapbooker and Card Maker for over 35 yrs. Thank you for inspiring me to enjoy and have fun with Mixed Media. I look forward to watching many more of your Videos, so far I have watched 17 of them.

Lili Sulastri said...

Beautiful piece of art. Thank you for sharing the video.

Alicia said...

I just found you on youtube last night and I fell asleep watching this video! I love this technique. I am so new to Art itself and just love seeing all the different ways of being creative.

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