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Create with WOW: my wall canvas art

Hello my dear crafty friends and welcome to my first post in 2015!
 This is Irit here and I just want to wish you all a very Happy New Year!

This is a month of home deco/OOP projects  and I made a steampunk canvas with a word I picked for 2015: Create.
So now let's see the project.
This is a kind of " steampunk art" made over canvas with a lot of mediums and a lot of WOW! EMBOSSING POWDERS.

I used masks with texture paste and then added a mix of embossing powders over the wet steampunk shapes. The mix of Black  Ebony regular powder, Black Glint and Blue Glitz made this effect over the masked images.
The chipboard piece was covered with  Metallic Copper powder and then totally embedded into clear embossing powder with a drop of brown re-inker to get this clear glass look.
Each metal and chipboard shape was also covered with Clear  Gloss embossing powder  for the glossy look, but mostly the anti dust issue as we are talking about on the wall project.
 Here and there the small portions of  Bright white embossing powder were added over the wet areas too.

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  1. I'm in the middle of making something so you have given me some inspiration. hugs Mrs A.

  2. This is just stunning I love all the wonderful colours you've used in it :)

  3. STUNNING!!!

    I DREAM of CREATING AWESOMENESS like your canvas Irit!!!

  4. Very cool canvas--love the color palette! Any I like how you incorporated that paint brush into the collage!

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