Oozing with Ideas or..Eureka- new Prima Craftsman Collection

I had so much fun creating this canvas for the Prima Booth at CHA Summer 2012 with the brand new Craftsman Collection. I also instantly fell in love with those lightbulbs- ohhhhhhh swoon!

EUREKA

I did a transfer of the Craftman papers to the background, and then tinted them with some Liquitex Acrylic Inks.

For the awesome new Prima Stencil I used some Liquitex Super Heavy Body Acrylic Paint.

I used some altered the industrial lamp with a white Posca Marker and stamped with the Craftsman Clear Stamps images on the Craftmans Paper to cut out.

Oh and those Craftmans Collection Paperflowers- BEAUTIFUL. The collection is so versatile- I see any option using it and there will be for sure some future Prima Workshops coming up where I will use the collection ;)

Prima Marketing Products:

  • Craftsman Collection Tools of Trade #844752
  • Craftsman Collection Engineer #844776
  • Craftsman Collection Gear Up #844813
  • Craftsman Collection Draftsman #844820
  • Craftsman Collection Widgets #844783
  • Craftsman Collection Architect #844790
  • Craftsman Collection Clear Stamps #559397
  • Craftsman Collection Paper Flowers #562243
  • Craftsman Collection Canvas Stickers #559113
  • Stencil #560911
  • Junkyard Findings 50mm Bulbs #891534
  • Junkyard Findings Industrial Lamps #891572

Other Supplies:

  • 12 inch x 16 inch Canvas
  • Liquitex Gel Medium
  • Liquitex White Gesso
  • Liquitex Acrylic Inks
  • Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Crafty Power Tape
  • Rangers Archival Ink
  • Rangers Inkssential
  • Rangers Crackle Paint
  • Posca markers

Have a wonderful day

nat

Comments (4)

  • Marjie Kemper

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    Wow this is fabulous, Nat! Loving the way you’ve stenciled and those light bulbs are too flipping cute!

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  • Sue Clarke

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    The flowers I think of as Prima. The other stuff is a nice surprise. The craftsmen line looks like product I would use a bunch. Love the stencil.

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  • Carrie

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    Hallo, it’s me, Carrie, who sat next to you in Michelle Ward’s workshop on Saturday! I like what you’ve done here. Very cool, and very fun bright colors :) My favorite part though is the Super Heavy Body Acrylic – I just love the texture you got with that! Might need to find some for myself… :)

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  • The Rock Chic

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    I am not really a Prima Fan but what you are showing here is fabulous. LOVE that layout and I adore the stencil and light bulbs. I think this may be the only line I am going to invest in

    Reply

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