Home Paper art Tinged Blue {by Liesbeth Fidder-de Vos} with France Papillon stamps

Tinged Blue {by Liesbeth Fidder-de Vos} with France Papillon stamps


Hello everybody!

It is Liesbeth right here with you right now. 

I simply took a deep dive into the colour mixing journey and I can actually advocate it to you as effectively! Go and browse all the pieces about Tinged Blue within the Subject Introducion right here. This time the start line is PaperArtsy Fresco End-Surf’s Up, a medium blue that’s simple to absorb any route as you will note in our completely different Tinged Blue subjects from every blogger.

It is so fascinating how completely different the blending seems by utilizing the completely different second colors!

I select a colored impartial: PaperArtsy Fresco End-Buff , and a heat yellowish beige. I used to be so curious what would occur after I began mixing these two colors!

My challenge for utilizing the blended colors was some altered mouse traps…the truth is rat traps as a result of they’re huge! They’re good as a wall hanging they usually can be used as a memo holder or perhaps a picture holder as I’ll present you in a while. For Quarter 2 our theme is TEXTURE… I’ll present you two methods to create texture on the challenge.

For this subject after all the start line was the 2 PaperArtsy Fresco End paints: Surf`s Up and Buff.

One other place to begin for me was these great PaperArtsy France Papillon stamp units  FP010  and FP011. Oh how I like them! That very classic model and the backgrounds and texts… simply excellent! That is the place I bumped into an issue… the stamps had been to huge for my small mouse traps I usually use… so after an extended search I discovered the massive rat traps (7,5 x 17,5 cm), yessss! So my meant concept might proceed!

I added a small drop of Surf`s As much as a considerable amount of Buff and painted quantity 9 with the combo. For rectangle 8 I added a bit extra…and so forth till all the pieces was crammed up.

After drying this was the outcome! There have been two issues that notably stood out to me: Some mushy inexperienced appeared…stunning! That really is sensible as a result of Buff is a bit yellowish, and sure ..as you’ll know …. yellow and blue makes inexperienced! Good good good! Very unusual in my view is the truth that within the decrease row, 6 to 10, far more is occurring than on the highest row. As you may see, the distinction between 6 and 10 is gigantic.


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