This was really out of my comfort zone when I started this but then I found it so relaxing. What I love about this was how easy it was and how (again) I can use my stencils as a guide …. and not how you might think.
It made this project go soooo fast!
I also solved the problem of the main mandala stencil being to small for this 12 x12. (you’ll see in the video). And then I broke out my Posca pens that were still in the package and used all the colors. Oh yea! The other new thing I used were Blick’s and Darice’s matte acrylic and I just love the matte, almost chalky finish.
The quote says “Choose to see the good stuff” I was inspired by the boo I was reading called “The motivational manifesto” by Brendon Burchard and it spoke about how choosing to see the good changes our bodies, our brains… actually, physically changes it! I share in the video how if we practice finding the good stuff it can really change our lives and those around us.
Supplies used: 12×12 mdf board, Liquitex matte medium, vintage papers (available in the resource library) Block and Darice matte acrylics, Holbein acrylic, Posca pens, Sharpie water based marker in black and white, Studio 71 acrylic paint, charcoal pencil, black soft pastel
If you would like to get some of the background papers for free you can get them in the resource library, it’s only for subscribers so if your not a subscriber you can sign up HERE and get a discount to the shop!
This is the book that I was reading… it’s pure inspiration!
Happy Sunday…..! Be inspired, create and know that you are loved!