Snow Mixed Up
Snow Mixed Up Pattern pdf – Includes: photo, supply list, instructions and line work
I recommend that you watch the lessons in numerical order so you can see the project from start to finish. Of course, you can always go back and watch them over as many times as you need to in order to grasp the skill being demonstrated. The time it will take to watch each video varies from lesson to lesson, and is shown in parenthesis () after each video link. It is recommended that you let the video load completely in the browser window before you attempt to play it. NOTE: To view each video, click on the links below. The video will open in a new window. Close the window to return to this page.
Video 1: Intro – Tissue Wrap and Decoupage Background(8:55)
Video 2: Glazing Medium and Background(6:46)
Video 3: Sides and Floating the Edge(6:03)
Video 4: Base the Snowman(2:42)
Video 5:Using Alpha Stencils and Stencil Background(6:45)
Video 6: Dry Brush Background Highlight(2:00)
Video 7: Floating Color – Snowman and Letters(9:45)
Video 8:Adding Hats, Scarves and Vest (7:04)
Video 9: Floating Color – Accessories(9:55) Note: You won’t hear me talking during the first part of this lesson. Your sound it ok–just watch for a little bit.
Video 10: Cheeks, Nose, Details on Vest, Tails of Scarf (7:51)
Video 11: Scarf and Hatband Details(9:36)
Video 12: Arms and Heart(5:56)
Video 13: Heart Details and Snow(7:30)
Video 14:Details on Snowman and Background (7:11)
Video 15: Adding Texture and Dimension – Snow Writer and Shaved Ice Demo(7:45)
Video 16: Putting Textures on Surface(10:36)
Can you see the possibilities with a project like this?
Look for all kinds of found objects to work into your projects. This can include ornaments, embellishments, buttons, office supplies, household supplies, jewelry, fibers and seasonal decorations.
Check out the glitter sections of the craft stores and specialty stores. There is glitter and texture mediums found in multiple sections. Check out these sections to start: general craft, fine arts, painting, scrapebook, seasonal crafts