Thursday, August 15, 2013

Jess B. - Masquerade Mask Part II

Hello Everyone,

Since my last posting I've come to discover the my littlest one, Kymora, age 4, wants to be more involved with my projects.  I don't have a door to my craft room and as much I express Do Not Enter, it just goes right over her little head.  Kymora decided to play with my mask and the rest is history.

I cannot get too mad at her as she is inquisitive. If she wants to express herself artistically why not.
I created a new mask and let her paint, glitter, and bling out the other one.

MASQUERADE MASK PART II
Once it was completely dried, I began rolling out
more Creative Paperclay® and used Lisa Pavelka - Simple Elegance Border Mold

With a cup of water and paint brush to applied the border and used the
heat gun to help me adhere quickly. 
I sprayed Adirondack Color Wash Red Pepper and Tsukineko Walnut Ink
Heat gun dry again and used the hot glue gun to give it more texture.
 
 I used silver rub-n-buff and Color Box Gold pigment ink
INGREDIENTS
Lisa Pavelka - Simple Elegance Border Mold
Ranger - Adirondack Color Wash - Red Pepper
Tsukineko - Antiquing Solution - Walnut Ink
Hot Glue
Rub-N-Buff - Silver
Color Box - Gold Pigment Ink

I hope this inspires you to create one for yourself.
The possibilities are endless.
Here is another piece I am working on

Thanks for stopping by

2 comments:

Barbara Rankin said...

This is absolutely fabulous, Jess. I've been wanting to make a mask and you have certainly inspired me to make one for mself. TFS

Terri Sproul said...

WOW