Mixed Media Art for him

Hi everyone! It has been minute since my last steampunk inspired mixed media art. What inspired me to do this masculine and number themed project were the colors that I’ve used together. I know, that might seem kind of weird, right? I didn’t want to make another delicate project (again! no offense to the other projects related to flowers and stuff), instead I wanted to bring a little bit of masculinity into this mixed media art.

A lot of times the color pale blue or pastel blue can be related to intricate projects right? Exhibit A, https://www.pinterest.ca/clyniscreations/other-artists-inspirational-works/hues-of-grays-white-baby-blue-mixed-media-scrapboo/, were some of the stunning works that I saved in my pinterest board. It was time to make a project a little tougher, hence this project. Although, I would probably add more black or dark brown in the future.


Materials


from Michael’s

  • metallic acrylic blue paint for mixed media art
  • baby blue acrylic paint for mixed media

from the dollar store or Dollarama

  • Cosmetic wedges
  • number wooden embellishments
  • Clear vase fillers

from AliExpress

  • Metal embellishments here is my video haul regarding the metal embellishments that I’ve bought from AliExpress

from Scrapbook.com *

  • Ranger Ink – Tim Holtz – Distress Archival Ink Pads – Mini Kit – Three
  • The Crafter’s Workshop – Modeling Paste – Mini – Warm Metallic Assortment

miscellaneous

  • Adhesive: Gorilla transparent glue – I like using industrial strength glues because it holds different embellishments securely
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