Saturday, February 4, 2017

SISTERHOOD OF SNARKY STAMPERS #77 O is for Outrageous



Get your favorite bevy and dig in, this is gonna be a photo heavy post.

This fortnight at the SISTERHOOD OF SNARKY STAMPERS, we want to see how
outrageous you can get! That's right: O is for Outrageous is our newest challenge!
It's taken me a two weeks to get this completed, and I'm not 100% satisfied
with it, but here is my mixed media canvas:


I'm not going to go into detail, but let me just tell you that I've repainted the canvas at least three times from screwing up, and after applying all that fricking glitter, almost threw the damn thing out. Oh, and those flowers took forever to glue down. After trying 3 different adhesives because the flowers weren't sticking. I finally got results with Glossy Accents, but had to do 2 or 3 at a time, and apply pressure with my fingers for at least 15 minutes each time, in order for these f*ckers to stick. 
 There's a lot going on here: gesso, acrylic paints, embossing paste and stencils, images and Spectrum Noir markers, two types of glitter, mica flakes, insanely tiny beads, velvet flowers, Stickles, ink and tissue paper from a shoe box.
Here are some more pics for your viewing pleasure:












So, ready to play in our Outrageous challenge? This is the time for you to let your
freak flag fly and go all out!! We can't wait to see what you come up with!
Just link up at the Sisterhood of Snarky Stampers so we can see it!
If you need more inspiration, just visit the blogs of my Sisters, and our newest
Guest Designer, Michelle, and leave them some bloggy lovin!

Thanks for visiting and I hope you have a fantabulous day!


Supplies:
Stamps: Unity Stamps - WTF Fairy
Ink: Staz On - Jet Black; Memento - Tuxedo Black, Gray Flannel
CS: Crafter's Companion
Accessories: AC Moore - canvas; Spectrum Noir markers; Golden - Gesso & Matte Medium; Deco Arts - Primary Magenta & Titanium White Acrylic paints; Ranger - Adirondack Stream & Cloudy Blue Acrylic paint; Dreamweaver - embossing paste; Plaid - Swirl stencil; STAMPlorations - Retro Circles stencil; The Crafts Outlet - insanely tiny gold beads; Stampendous - Halo Gold mix & Champagne Glass glitters, Gilded Mica flakes; Tissue paper from a shoe box; various paint brushes; paint sponge; Maya Road - flowers; Ranger - Gold & Crystal Stickles; Faber-Castell - black Pitt Artist Pen
Adhesives: Ranger - Multi Medium Matte, Glossy Accents


9 comments:

  1. It looks AWESOME, love all the elements you put on there. The glitter looks great...see told ya it would look better in the morning lol.

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  2. Fabulous darlin'! Looks brilliant to me, Jo x

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  3. Absolutely brilliant - and if my fairy godmother made me wear a ballgown that's exactly what I'd say!
    Jane

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  4. This looks like so much fun!! I love this mixed media canvas.. Great Job!

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  5. I'm always in awe of mixed media and I must say this is brilliant! Love the texture and gorgeous glitter, but I must say the sentiment MAKES it! love, love, LOVE! xxD

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  6. OH MY EFFIN GOODNESS
    I am soooooooooooooooo glad you didn't throw your canvas out
    It's super effin gorgeous!!!!
    I adore the fairy godmother and her glitter frame!
    Seriously, it's beautiful!

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  7. Omgosh, you crack me up! Sorry this sucker gave you so much trouble, but it really did turn out amazing! Totally outrageous and totally fun!

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