Thursday, 23 May 2019

Folia / Foil - part 1

Product of the month / Produkt miesiąca

Foil / Folia 

Oto kilka wzorów, które znajdziecie w sklepie, ale w sumie jest ich już 15 a nowe dołączą do nich bardzo niedługo :) 

Here are some patterns you can find in our store, but we already have 15 of them and some new are going to joint the family very soon :)

How to use them?

You can use the whole sheet sticking it to your layouts or just cut out some elements to make your compostition. Foil can be glued with a transparent glue or gel medium. 
You can paint it, color with mixed media products, alcohol inks, paints, inks or alcohol markers. 

Jak ich użyć?

Można wykorzystać w całości jako tło do layoutów, można wyciąć poszczególne elementy i dołożyć do kompozycji. Folię można przykleić każdym mocnym klejem wysychającym na przezroczysto (np. magic, tacky glue) lub gel medium, które również jest transparentne po użyciu. 

Folię można malować i kolorować różnymi mediami, tuszami akrylowymi, farbami, tuszami i markerami alkoholowymi.

Material used:

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Jak zawsze zachęcamy Was do chwalenia się pracami. 
Możecie podzielić się nimi w komentarzu lub w naszej Facebookowej grupie ARTelier :) 
Tagujcie nas także na Instagramie (@13arts) - bardzo lubimy oglądać Wasze prace. 

As always we'd like to encourage you to show us your projects.
You can share them in the comment or in our ARTelier FB Group :) 

You can also tag us on Instagram (@13arts) - we love discovering your projects

Wednesday, 22 May 2019

Find joy in the ordinary - layout by Aida

Hi, lately I don't have a lot of time to craft, so I really enjoyed creating this page. I tried to maintain the calm, beautiful and natural view from the photo, by keeping the color scheme and adding some earthy tones, Metal elements were perfect for this page page too. Soon we will release tons of new fabulous products, and I can't wait, but I still enjoy to work with older ones:)

Except stamps and stencils I used 13 arts watercolors (I mixed some colors for earthy tones), rusty bronze powder with reagent and gold shiny powder.

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Monday, 20 May 2019

~~ Everyday You make new Memories ~~
Patricia Basson

Hello Friends....

For today's 13arts project I started with a piece of resist canvas that I colored with Sky Blue and Turquoise Rainbow Duo colors. I just played and enjoyed watching the  color pigments act with the adding of more water and pushing it around with a paintbrush. 
I then decided to use the piece of canvas on this project. I used the A4 Vintage Summer Leaves paper as background and layered several others under the image from the Hope you are well paper sheet. I used a Dusty Attic Frame that I firstly painted with Americano Vivid Vintage Paint, randomly embossed with Stampendeous Aged Teal Embossing Enamel and aged further with Rusty Bronze Rust effect Powder activating the Rust with new 13@rts Rust Reagent...This product will only be available with the next release but believe me it is going to be a winner!!!! I got awesome rust effects without the smell of the usual vinegar one has to use!

I used Black and Light Gold Mika Flakes and Burgundy Dried Acorn seeds for decorations. My title sticker comes from the Aqua Flora Sticker sheet. The skeleton leaves are from my own stash but I linked to similar leaves in the 13arts shop.

Product list from the 13arts online shop....

Thank you for your visit...Be creative and just have Fun! Till next time
Patricia Basson

Friday, 17 May 2019

"Free" ~ a fanciful layout with Sandi Clarkson

Hello, 3arts fans!

 It's Friday, yay! I hope you have some relaxing weekend plans! 

Sandi here with you today sharing my latest creation using the On The Wall paper collection. 
I was in the mood for something kind of fanciful and "off the wall," :) so I chose to scrap this photo of a whimsical store front window at Bergdorf Goodman in New York City. The glammed up mannequin amongst dinosaurs bones intrigued me. 

Here are my steps:

First I cut a 5x12 inch strip of the On the Wall Bubbles paper and used an old punch on the edges and then distressed them a bit.  That strip was layered on top of the On the Wall Dripping paper with words, B.  Next Clear Gesso was used to prime the papers to prepare them for wet media products. At about the same time I lightened a focal section of the layout with watered down White Gesso.

After using a heat gun to dry the papers, I chose the His Time Stencil because it seemed fitting for the page. I pushed Modeling Paste through the stencil in 3 primary areas. Working in threes is a rule of thumb for me.
 While I was drying the modeling paste, I chose the Yellow Amber Water Ink to highlight the pattern of the stencil. By applying the ink with a small watercolor brush, I moistened the water ink with a mister and tilted my page to help the ink move in an interesting pattern. I am crazy over this color of Water Ink, so you'll probably see it often!


I also had some Brown Water Ink in my palette tray, so I used a mosist towelette to dab some of that here and there on the layout. I kept the towel nearby so that I could use it near the conclusion to add hints of the second color for depth. Once my focal area was definite, I stamped around that area with the wispy stem stamp from the Rose for You Stamp. The Beautiful stamp is from the same collection.


My photo was layered on a scrap from the On the Wall A4 Frames and a couple of paper doilies, then adhered to corrugated cardboard to give it height. I added Sisal ecru for texture before gluing the photo collage to the layout.
Next I began working on my florals. The larger ones are from13 Arts white flowers, set of 4 and the small ones are from my stash ... probably 10 years old. The cute little lightbulb is something that my husband found in the flower bed while I was busy working on this page. When he showed it to me, I grabbed it, washed and bam, added it to my page with Multipurpose gel medium. I used the regular Gel Medium for adding my Gold microspheres at the end.

All the chipboard pieces were chosen to loosely mimic the dinosaur bones, so I had planned ahead exactly where I wanted to place them. They were tucked in while the glue holding the photo collage was still wet. And of course, I chose the Free title because it seemed fitting.

Next came the fun part of just adding extra water ink here and there wherever looked right. Then I began splattering with 13 Arts SPLASH White Ayeeda Ink,  SPLASH Old Gold Glitter Ink andSPLASH Old Silver Glitter Ink. Of course, it is important to cover your photo while doing this step. A little on the photo is okay but you don't want to ruin it.

Just a nice shot of the dimension and also how I added bits of the Water Inks to the florals, the chipboard and wherever I thought was needed.

This close-up shows the use of the moist towel with leftover Brown Water Ink. On the chipboards stems to the left, I also made sure to add some of the SPLASH Old Gold Glitter Ink.

Aw, one last shot of that cool lightbulb found out in the flower bed! Always be on the lookout for clever things to add to your designs! And don't forget to add a little texture at the end, such as the Gold microspheres.

Here are the 13 Arts products used: 
Clear Gesso

Thursday, 16 May 2019

My garden, a 18x24 canvas

Hello everyone!! It´s Ana, from Spain, I would like to share with you my new project, a 18x24 canvas called “My garden”. I adore to use negative space in my works so here you are.

I have used, basically some papers from HIS & HERS REMASTERED COLLECTION, tons of pearl pigment and some flowers and moulds.


I have stamped it with FLOURISH GARDEN STAMP.

 I have cut some flowers from HIS & HERS REMASTERED COLLECTION.

 I have painted too, the chipboards with GEL MEDIUM and PEARL PIGMENT CYAN GREEN.

To create more texture, I have added some flowers and moulds.

I hope you enjoy it!!! Thank you so much for your time.

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