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Friday, 2 August 2019

Acrylic Pour Dream

Good Morning Crafty Friends,

Happy Friday everyone!

I hope that you are all keeping well.

Going to be spending the day in my craft room once the housework is done.
Whatever your plans are have a fabulous day.

Today sharing an acrylic pour using Cadence Hybrid paints I have called this piece Dream.


Step by Step

1. Taking 4 2 3/4 square canvas' I created an acrylic pour using Cadence Hybrid paints in metallic silver, lilac and plum.
2. Whilst the canvas' were drying I painted the large 8 x 8 canvas with Plum and using Ice Pearl added splats.
3. To finish I adhered the 4 canvas' to create this large canvas.

I would like to enter this into the following challenges:

A Inky Mess #33 - AG Mixed Media
Crafts Galore Encore #66 - Anything Goes
Love 2 Craft #37 - Anything Goes
We Love 2 Create #8 - AG Mixed Media
TTCRD - Anything Goes

Many thanks for visiting today!
Happy Crafting!




26 comments:

Kay Myers said...

Very beautiful Linda! I have been testing out some of the acrylic pour techniques over the past week or so. It can be very calming. I have enjoyed learning about pouring and I have some cool results. I am even thinking of trying to sell a few at a craft fair. I have not seen pouring used in card making before. Pretty cool!

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Wow this is beautiful

jane stillman said...

Wow! this is amazing - thanks for sharing. Hope you have a good day in the craft room. The sun is shining here too xx

Jackie T said...

Hi Linda this is amazing. Have a great day. Take care. Hugs Jackie

Andree said...

This is gorgeous Linda. Those little canvases are beautiful and your colour choices are wonderful. Have a lovely weekend, hugs xxx

aussie aNNie said...

One of my very most fav techniques of all time...lovely to see yours..x

Emma Goddard said...

This is stunning Linda, paint pouring is something I haven't tried...yet, beautiful work hun xx

Donna Ellis said...

Wow! What a beautiful effect, Linda! Gorgeous colors. Hugs, de

Karen Dunbrook said...

wow...Ive seen it done but have never tried it out. You got an amazing pretty result.
thanks.
xx Karen

Holley (Tondre) Barnhart said...

wow, it turned out stunning, I love it here. Is this what you are doing on all those amazing background you have?

Em Louise Fairley said...

It's absolutely beautiful... and my favorite color xoxo

NanaConnie said...

Magnificent, Linda! Of course, I love the purples but the poured pieces against the background "sky" almost makes it feel like a photo of distant, outer space. I'm very impressed!

Doreen said...

This is just gorgeous Linda,love the colours.xxx

cuilliesocks said...

Oh how beautiful Linda, the patterns made by paint is amazing, and a fabulous designed card, Kate x

pam said...

Stunning make Linda, love the beautiful colours.
Pam x

jimlynn said...

Loving the swirls of that pour - and the colors too. So pretty!
Lynn

Jennifer Johnston said...

This is great Linda, love the end results of your marbling.
The colours are beautiful, love lavenders, lilacs etc., Have
a lovely weekend.
Hugs Jennifer xx.

Flo Langley said...

Beautiful! Amazing effect. Have a lovely weekend.
Hugs Flo x

Sheryl said...

Wow, what a stunning effect you have achieved here. A superb project.
Thank you so much for entering our ATG challenge at Through The Craft Room Door this week. Looking forward to see you again next challenge.
Hugs Sheryl
TTCRD DT
Cat Crazy Craft Corner {My Blog}

Katie said...

Stunning art

KarinsArtScrap said...

beautiful Linda
Gr Karin

Theresa said...

the tiny canvases are super.love the colour combo. thank you for sharing it with us at TTCRD and good luck, Theresa xx

Irmelin Eriksson said...

Wow! This is so beautiful. Love the colors. Thanks for joining us this month at WeLove2Create. Hugs from Irmelin

rachel said...

This is beautiful - need to do an acrylic pour - beautiful xx

crafty-stamper said...

Fabulous acrylic pours love the colour and how you used the little canvases.Thank you for joining us at Love to Craft
Carol DT x

Fikreta said...

great card!