It’s no big secret that I love trying new things and about a year ago my solution to everything was epoxy. Didn’t like the countertops? Use epoxy. Wanted to replace the doorknobs but too much wood was missing? Use Epoxy. Like seriously, my solution for every hardware and craft problem was epoxy. But as the weather got colder, I had to stop doing epoxy pours as the reaction did not do well under cold weather. But now the weather has turned a bit warmer, nothing is going to stop me. I also noticed that more petals were falling off of bouquet of dried flowers I had and this was my best idea on how to preserve them. And I recently bought a stupid amount of silicone molds just to have fun! Continue Reading →
I love painting, but it is not something that I am great at. I find myself struggling for hours in front of a canvas trying to figure out what I want to paint. And then trying to figure out the best way to paint it. When I found out about the dirty pour painting technique, I was completely enamored by it because it felt like something I could do easily. And it meshed well with my less patient side. While I know I have done a post a few years ago about some of the paintings I did (oh man... I want to stop time) but I wanted to circle back and go into more depth about the method. Continue Reading →
The method of painting called the "dirty paint pour" has rapidly become one of my favorite things to do. The concept of this pour is to put all of the paint in one cup and let the paint flow across the canvas. The addition of silicone oil allows cells to appear on the canvas.
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