Flight of the Butterfly

Flight of the Butterfly

Sandra Evertson’s Relics and Artifacts has teamed up with Suzan Lenart Kazmer Iced Resins to push the imagination to create.

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I have wanted to use the Papillon collection for a bit now and this just pushed me to get my rear in gear. What I had envisioned was to have this butterfly look like it was in flight and on the move.

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I used the Iced Resin in each of the wings, encapsulating a fussy cut butterfly in one and with typed word butterfly in the other.

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I added some detail to the back of the resin with some modeling paste, and shaping it with my fingers and some water on the upper portion and stamping into it on the lower portion.

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Check out more inspiration by using the hash tag #RAExplorethePossibilites

 

 

Thanks for stopping!

Heather

 

 

Supplies:

Prima: Color Blooms  2 Golden Oregano, Brimstone Wings, Dragonfly Blue, Golden Walnut,  Art Alchemy Acrylic Metalluqie Steampunk Copper, Clear Stamp Offset Dots, AR Basics Heavy Gesso White, Art Extravagance Sculpture Medium Clear

Relics and Artifacts: Papillon

Susan Lenart Kazmer Ice Resin, Iced Enamels Shattered Mica, Opals Fire Opals

Retro Cafe Art Gallery College

49 and Market Rustic Green Blooms, Rustic Green Mini Daisy Blooms.

Golden Artist Molding Paste

Martha Stewart Glitter Brownstone

Tim Holtz Adirondack Alcohol Ink: Ginger, Stream, Bottle, Lettuce.

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4 Responses to Flight of the Butterfly

  1. Torsa Saha says:

    Beautiful Heather.

    Like

  2. Great post and beautiful piece!

    Like

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