Saturday, May 16, 2020

Patina Tutorial with Prima's Matte Wax and Sizzix Embossing and Die Cutting


Hello friends! I hope you are doing well during these crazy days that are stretching out into months! I am showcasing Prima Marketing's Art Alchemy Matte Wax over at The Funkie Junkie Boutique Blog today. 




Please pop over to see how I made these cards as well as these other fine patina'd finishes: aged copper, eroded metal and rust. I hope to see you there! Be well! Sara Emily

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11 comments:

  1. I just read your post on the Funkie Junkie blog --- Wow!! Have I told you lately that you're the queen of mixed media?! Love the awesome backgrounds you made for these beautiful cards!

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  2. AWESOME CREATION, I'm headed over to see!

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  3. Wow, what stunning cards! I love your tutorial, the patina looks amazing on the metal effect that you created, so beautiful 😁. That Art Alchemy Matte Wax is now on my wish list too ...lol 😉. I hope you've had a lovely week and wishing you a happy weekend! Take care! Hugs, Jo x

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  4. These cards are absolutely gorgeous, Sara Emily!

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  5. That wax looks amazing Im off to see more. x

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  6. I have just been over for a look and am very, very impressed indeed! Each technique works beautifully, I really love the debossed texture piece, the wax finish makes it look so textural and tactile. The rusted mould could pass for a real piece of metal, that result is stunning. Fabulous work Sara!

    Lock down is very slowly easing here now, baby steps but I won't be venturing out for a few weeks yet. Stay safe and well my friend. Hugs, Anne xx

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  7. Just popped over for a quick look and ended up taking a half hour just to take in all the amazing details. Brilliant work once again Sara! You are a master at these techniques and I love the colour combos. Absolutely stunning!! hugs xx

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  8. Lovely design and textures. Thank you for joining us at Bleeding Art this month. Judy DT

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