Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Los Animales Stamped Clay Trinket Dishes

Los Animales Cat Stamped and Painted Clay Trinket Dish by Dana Tatar for Paper Wings Productions

Hello! Dana Tatar here today sharing a fun tutorial that features the fantastic Los Animales Cling Stamp Set and ACTÍVA Hearty Air Dry Clay. I love crafting during the month of October. I already assembled a Halloween Mini Album, so I thought it would be enjoyable to create some trinket dishes for the Day of the Dead.

How to Stamp Air Dry Clay by Dana Tatar for Paper Wings Productions

Step 1: Roll out the clay into a flat disc. Firmly press a Los Animales cling stamp into the center of the clay. Press the stamped clay into a small dish and remove the excess clay. Carefully remove the wet clay from the dish and let dry overnight. Note: I used a glass dish as a mold for my clay. A free-form dish would also look amazing!

How to Paint Air Dry Clay with ColoriQue by Dana Tatar for Paper Wings Productions

Step 2: Paint the dishes and let dry. Note: I used ColorBox ColoriQue by Lisa Marie Jimenez to paint the inside of the dishes. I highlighted the edge of my dishes with Gold Lamé Smooch Accent Ink. Any ink or paint will work for this step.

How to Seal Air Dry Clay by Dana Tatar for Paper Wings Productions

Step 3: Seal the dishes. Note: I like a spray sealant for a smooth finish. Find Rust-Oleum Triple Thick Glaze in the hardware store.

Los Animales Dog Stamped and Painted Clay Trinket Dish by Dana Tatar for Paper Wings Productions

I really love these stamped animals! I hope I have inspired you to try working with a new medium. Air dry clay is easy to work with and is also great for beginners (like me!). Stop by the Paper Wings Productions Store to view the full selection of Day of the Dead Stamps.

If you used PWP products to create art, we'd love to see it! Share your creations with us on the Paper Wings Productions Facebook Page, in the Paper Wings Productions Facebook Share Group, or leave a link to your work here in the comments section.
 Day of the Dead Los Animales Trinket Dishes by Dana Tatar for Paper Wings Productions

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

DT Post: Day of the Dead Altar/ House

Dear Scrappers,

This is Veronica from www.vickyscrappingpassion,blogspot.com  sharing with you today a Day of Dead altar/ house I made to teach my crafty friends.


I used Paper Wings Productions:
Mujer Skeleton Cling Stamp 
dia-de-los-muertos-hombre
skeleton-couples-cling-stamp-set
skeletons-cling-stamp-set

I also used:
White cardstock
Neon colors cardstocks
Glitter cardstock
Crafty Chica day of dead printed cardstock
Liquid Glass
Distress Inks: antique linen, Ranger
Many little findings
Gesso, Hero Stamps liquid ink in Teal
Tissue paper
Mod Podge
Metal dies: Sizzix Crafty Chica dies
Michael's house

For this project, I tinted the gesso with the liquid teal ink and roughly painted the walls and outside of the house. Then, I modpodge some tissue papers on the outside walls of the house to resemble stucco. I cut several pieces of glitter paper and neon papers with the metal dies. Choose the pieces of printed cardstock for the walls. Finally after many other steps detailed in my blog tomorrow, I decorated the house with the many findings to resemble a Mexican Day of the Dead altar telling a forever love story.


Here some closeups:






I hope you enjoyed my little altar and visit my blog.

Have wonderful and blessed day,

Vicky Tovar

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Halloween is coming


Congratulations to our Blog Hop winner is Salla Porra. 
Please contact us at paperwingsproductions@hotmail.com to claim your prize!  Thank you to everyone who participated!


Hello friends. Larissa here today with two Halloween cards for you. I am using three stamps sets
today.


I used Paper Wings Productions:
Mujer Skelton Cling Stamp 
Calaveras & Corazons
Little Halloween Stamp Set

I also used:
White cardstock
Only Orange Cardstock
ATG
Distress Inks: Black Soot, Carved Pumpkin, Twisted Citron, Wilted Violet
Mini Mister
Nuvo Drops: Violet Galaxy, Apple Green and Ripened Pumpkin

I smushed the inks on a piece of plastic and misted them with water. I then put the cardstock on top to pick up the inks. I dried them with my heat tool.
I then stamped the images around the card on top of the ink.
To finish off each card I matted it on a piece of Only Orange cardstock and adhered it to a white card base. I also added a few Nuvo drops on the card. I kept it simple and didn't want a lot of bling to take away from the images.

This card used the Mujer Skelton Stamp and sentiment from Calaveras & Corazon.

This card I used Calaveras &Corazons image and sentiment from Little Halloween Set. 


I hope you enjoyed my post today. Have a wonderful day friends.

Larissa Pittman




Friday, October 6, 2017

Paper Wings Productions October Blog Hop

WELCOME to the Paper Wings Productions Fall and Halloween Design Team Blog Hop & Giveaway! 
October PWP Blog Hop Graphic
This month we’re having a bit of Fall fun! Our designers have made projects with different styles and techniques to show you all the ways you can make a Fall greeting.
25-dollar-store-credit
Be sure to complete the entire hop for a chance to win a $25.00 gift certificate to the Paper Wings Productions online store!
For a chance to win all you need to do is:
—be a follower of the Paper Wings Productions blog
—visit each of the participating designer’s blogs and leave a comment
—come back and leave us a comment on the Paper Wings Productions blog telling us you’ve completed the hop
To increase your chances of winning, “Like” our Facebook page and/or invite your friends to the hop. Be sure to leave a separate comment for each of your additional entries.
We will announce the winner on the Paper Wings Productions blog on Tuesday, Oct. 10th!
Here is the complete line up just in case you get lost along the way:
Paper Wings Productions
Larissa
Veronica
Dana
Ashley
Leslie
Paper Wings Productions
THANKS SO MUCH FOR JOINING US TODAY!
&
Let Your Creativity Take Flight!

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Wings art journal pages

Hi everyone! Leslie here to share a DT inspiration project with you today, my very first set of art journal pages! I'm super excited about how these turned out! I used Art Textures stamp set, Bird Beauty stamp setVintage Cuties Clip Art SheetFlower Power stamp setWings stamp set and Mini Wings stamp set.

I began by stamping random textures in black ink from the Art Textures stamp set over both pages and around the edges. I then brushed gesso over both pages and let dry. I rolled a thin layer of pink acrylic paint (red and white mixed) with a brayer over both pages and let dry. Using a spatula, I applied opaque matte texture paste over a stencil in several places on both pages. When dry, I spritzed a little water and sprayed the Cranberry ink. I let the ink run in some places and lightly blotted it in other places. I stamped the sentiment on the lower right page and then splattered watered-down black gesso over both pages.


I layered a vintage cutie on pearlized cardstock and then again on some torn cardstock, sewed around the edges, and adhered it to the left side. I stamped and fussy cut one large and two small butterflies, colored them with Spectrum Noir markers and added some Shimmer Pico Embellisher to all the wings. I also stamped two yellow flowers and two pink flowers, fussy cut them and added Shimmer Pico Embellisher to those as well. I adhered the butterflies with Tim Holtz gam spinner bodies and the flowers.


Here's a close-up of the sentiment. Love this!


For more details and additional photos, please see my blog post at Love To Scrap 2.

I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing my first art journal pages using some pretty amazing stamp sets! Be sure to check out all the fun stamps and other goodies at Paper Wings Productions! Thanks so much for stopping by today – we’ll see you next time!

Scrappy hugs,
Leslie

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

grateful to you

Hello there! Ashley here today with a fun way to make a big impact with a small stamp.


I used the little leaf stamp from the Fall Mix it Up stamp set to make a background for my card. I stamped it multiple times and heat embossed it with white fine detail embossing powder. Then I water colored over the heat embossed images and they resist the watercolors. You could do this with any image or sentiment.


My sentiment for this card came from the same stamp set. I stamped it with Memento Tuxedo Black ink.


I added some twine and a wood veneer to complete the fall look. What do you think?

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Wearable Art: Stamped Tchotchke Pin

Artsy To The Bone Tchotchke Pin by Dana Tatar for Paper Wings Productions

Hi! Dana Tatar here today sharing a fun piece of wearable art. I've been working on adding patches and studs to my battle jacket. I'm really loving this form of expression with colorful patches and pins from my favorite bands and artists. I wanted to add some handmade flair to the jacket, for a bit more originality, so I created this one-of-a-kind tchotchke pin.

Artsy To The Bone Stamped Paper by Dana Tatar for Paper Wings Productions

I pulled the Meurtos Clear Stamp Set from my Paper Wings stash. I think rock-and-roll and skulls go pretty well together! I stamped one of the skeletons and the words 'artsy to the bone' onto a piece of white cardstock using black archival ink.

Stamped Pendant Tray Charm Assembly by Dana Tatar for Paper Wings Productions

Next, I cut the stamped images from the paper to fit into round pendant trays. I used a piece of floral print patterned paper as the base for the stamped text.

Meurtos Stamp Set Pendants by Dana Tatar for Paper Wings Productions

I attached the stamped papers to the pendant trays with Diamond Glaze. (Any liquid glaze will work for this step!) Once dry, I applied a small amount of glaze over the image in each pendant and pressed a glass cabochon over the top to seal and magnify the designs.

Battle Jacket Tchotchke Pin by Dana Tatar for Paper Wings Productions

I added both pendants and some more charms to a 5-loop pin. I'm seriously ready to rock!

This pin is great for wearing and also giving! There is an amazing selection of stamps in the Paper Wings Productions Store that are small enough to fit onto jewelry bases and pins. If you used PWP products to create a piece of wearable art, or any art, we'd love to see it! Share your creations with us on the Paper Wings Productions Facebook Page, in the Paper Wings Productions Facebook Share Group, or leave a link to your work here in the comments section.

Thanks for stopping by today!


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