Anat Weksler

Mar 15, 2018

Audrey's frame

Hello dears!
I just realized that I forgot to share my Audrey's frame, made as a DT inspirational  project for Studio75 challenge.

Audrey is made with the the Cherry Blossom collection and Prima's stamp,
The frame was altered with wooden frame, Art Alchemy metalic paints, piece of crochet. 

So here it is...

Don't forget to join  and play with us at the Challenge.

Thank's for stopping by xoxo

Mar 7, 2018

Exploding box for Studio75

Hey dears,

Sharing with you my first, ever, Exploring Box made for Studio75  with the gorgeous Cherry Blossom collection and a Exploding Box base.

As you can see I did a lot of fussy cutting. This collection come with many add-ons: doilies, Tags with sentiments, tags with image, sentiments in Black and white and the gorgeous flowers and leaves.

I added many chipboards colored with Embossing powder.

 I made a little Tag to go along with the box.

Hope you like it!

Thanks for stopping by xoxo

I used:
Exploding Box 10 cm

Cherry Blossom 01

Cherry Blossom 02

Cherry Blossom 03

Cherry Blossom 05

Cherry Blossom 06

Cherry Blossom 08

Cherry Blossom 07
Cherry Blossom 09 paper strip with add ons

Cherry Blossom 09 paper strip with add ons

Magic glue with applicator

Mar 6, 2018

Altered frame for Lindy's

Hey gang,
Sharing with you today another wonderful Step by Step.
I’d like to share with you my Altered wooden Frame made using gorgeous Lindy’s Sprays and Powders.  Let me show you it's possible to acheive amazing Projects  with only  few products, so join me and find out how to create this stunning Piece!

So let the fun beguin:

First step: paint the frame with black gesso. Make sure that everything is well covered
Dry brush the frame with Heavy white gesso. In case your'e not familiar with this tecnique here's the how to: Pick a stif hair brush, keep it dry, take a small amount of Heavy gesso and dub it on your working mat, until there's hardly any gesso on the brush. Brush your object with smooth and light moviments. Repeat it until your'e satisfied 
Covered fabric stripe and metal elements with Black gesso

 Dry brushed fabric stripe and metal elements

Sprayed frame and elements with Opal Sea Oat and Rudolph's Nose red shimmer Sprays.(I glued together round metal and butterfly and sprayed only with the red Spray the metal flower only with Opal sea oats)

Look how amazing that is.

Can you see this gorgeous shimmer?!

Built the cluster by adehering all elements together with Heavy body Gel. Let it dry for a few hours.

Minwhile the Frame is drying embossed the chipboard intire frame with Cuckoo Clock Cardinal EP and then just a little bit of Midnig Gold EP on top.

Colored some flowers and leavs, which I stamped with Black Archival Ink, with Opal Sea Oat and Rudolph's Nose red shimmer Sprays.
When it was finally dry I added little metal Believe tag and hanging pedant. Nest step was to add Side Wail Chalk Flat Fabio Spary spalshes.

Can't do without Glitter! Added Gold fine Glitter dnd Red large Glitter, both with Soft Gloss Gel.


More Glitter

Glitter on the frame as well

And Voila! Frame is ready!


Lindy’s Products:
Other Products: Art Basic: Heavy White gesso, Soft Gloss gel and Heavy body gel. Golden Black gesso, Black Archival ink, Heartfelt stamps, Scrapiniec Chaipboard Frame and Metal embellishment of my own stash.

Thanks for stopping by

Have a wonderful day!

Mar 3, 2018

A couple of Tags for Lindy's

Hey gang,

Sharing today my Inspirantional project for the new Challenge at Lindy's.

The Combo colors are amazing!! When I saw the combo I knew I had to color everything with them including the flowers. 
So I took white flowers and sprayed them and while they where draying I added some texture to the Craft tags with
modeling paste and 3 of the embossing powders  from the combo (listed below).
I made some stamping with Black archival ink, add some washi tape and gesso. 
After it was dry I sprayed each Tag with 3 sprays (listed below). I than could add the flowers, chipboards and sentiments.

Hope you like it!

Thanks for stopping by xoxo

I used:

My Art Journal Cover - last project for RKS

Hello dears!

Here today to share with you mylast project created for Retro Kraft Shop an Art Journal cover.

 I have in my stash this Tim Holtz Fabric and I decided to use it but you can perfectly replace it with the Tim Holtz paper with the same design from the gorgeous Wallflower paper Stash.

In order to protect the paper  I gave it a coat of  Clear Gesso. Next step I used a stencil and Light paste to get some more interest to the cover. I just love Finnabair's silicone Brush it so much easier to get an even coat with it. I left the texture white so it will separate between the paper and the cluster.  I than assembled the composition with the beautiful Clock background chipboard painted with Dark Forest and French Orange  Art Alchemy Metallic Paints and Iris Potion Sparks Art Alchemy Paints
I did the same with the Cabochons I also brushed on both a little bit of White gold and Aged Brass Metalic Waxes. After adhering it to the cover I added some Screw heads and Hexagons.
In the center  I placed die-cut flowers and a Metal Butterfly on which I glued mini numbers on top.
Final step was to adhere one of the lovely signs with Heavy body Gel.

After all was in place and  dry I had to give every thing a touch of White gesso.

Hope you like it! Here are some close ups:


Thanks for stopping by xoxo,

The products I used:

Creative Journal Small - Dylusions - Ranger

Wallflower Paper Stash - Tim Holtz Idea-ology

Prima Marketing - Art Basics Gesso: Clear

Light Paste - Finnabair - Prima

Media Silicone Brush 1" - Finnabair - Prima

Clock background - SnipArt

Clear round cabochon 1.6cm

Finnabair Art Alchemy Metallique Acrylic Paint

Finnabair Art Alchemy Sparks Acrylic Paint
Finnabair Art Alchemy Metallique Wax

Heavy Body Gel - Finnabair - Prima

Black Street - Prima Junkyard Findings

Hexagons - Prima Junkyard Findings

Screw Heads - Prima Junkyard Findings
Mini Numbers - Prima Vintage Mechanicals

Heat It Craft Tool - Ranger