Blue Glass ornaments on a pine branch

Holiday Art w/ Pouring Medium & Craft Paint & Credit Card

Oh My gosh! How have I gone this long without trying craft paint mixed with pouring medium to paint a real picture? This is not Abstract at all. Using the paints mixed with pouring medium allows the paint to be manipulated like fluid paints but you can also use them on a DRY BACKGROUND! Whew! That was a revelation for me.

I painted in this whole painting on a dry background with just a cut up credit card and a craft stick! We end up with a lovely painting that looks surprisingly real.

Fun and So Easy! Painting with a Cut up Credit Card to make Pine Branch!

A Pine bough and Sapphire Blue Glass ball on a metallic gold background perfect for Winter festivities. YOu can do this on any surface that will take wet paint. I think it would make wonderful hand made greeting or holiday cards, fun wall decor or even painted on Wine bottles!

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Materials used:
Scrap of Ribbon for the hanger
Old Credit card
6×6 wood panels painted Gold acrylic gesso (Daniel Smith is what I used) You could paint with just gold acrylic several coats for good coverage.
(I got the Panels from Oriental Trading company in a pack of 12 for around $5 It is the wooden banner set)
This is the catalog number: 13580496 DIY Unfinished Wood Banner Squares

Decoart Pouring Medium:

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Condiment cups:
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pine branch painting with blue glass ball hanging on a front porch post
Now I need to make more of these!

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